TBD's Super Useful Tips To Hide A Visible Panty Line
A visible panty line or VPL can totally ruin a beautiful outfit, not to mention the weird stares you get for it actually being visible. A VPL is unflattering and needs to be avoided as much as we can. Here are a few tips to help you hide a visible panty line.
Seamless underwear has no visible seams or hemline around the trims. As such, there is no panty line that can be seen. So, seamless underwear is a great way to hide a visible panty line.
This goes one above seamless, but many aren't comfortable with it. But, if you are someone who loves thongs, then a thong can really save your day. Since it's just a string, and your bottom is basically bare, there is no issue of VPLs. Just avoid thongs if you are on your period.
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A boy short is an underwear that is made to replicate a tight pair of shorts. It fits to your form and the hem extends up to the thigh making is very less likely to cause a VPL problem. Plus, they are pretty comfortable and come in cute patterns and colours as well.
Shape wear and form fitting inners really are a damn good option to do away with the visible panty lines. They are thinner and fit so snugly onto your body as if it wear a second skin. Also, the bonus here is that shape wear hides any cellulite problem and makes your bottom look fab.
Laser Cut Panties
Laser cut panties might be more on the expensive side, but they are totally worth it especially if you are planning on wearing a tight skirt or a slimming dress. They are super thin, such that you feel you aren't wearing any panties when you actually are; and because of their thinness, they don't show visible lines.
This is an age old and non-fancy method to hide you panty line, but it still totally works. Wear a good quality slip, long enough to cover your bum. This should be good enough to curb any possible VPL problem.
Another trusted way to avoid the showing of your panty line is to put on a pair of tights over your underwear. This provides the necessary thickness to hide a visible panty line. Also, tights are a good tool to protect your modesty in case you trip or slip whilst wearing a skirt or dress.
When dressing up, make sure that the colour of your panty isn't the complete opp of your outfit colour. While wearing light coloured panties with dark clothes is okay, wearing a dark coloured panty with white will ensure that your panty will be seen. Best bet here is to invite in a few pairs of flesh toned underwear that is as close to your skin tone as possible.
So the next time you go out, keep in mind these tips to hide a visible panty line and avoid an awkward or embarrassing situation or glares.