What makes a male Brazilian buttock lift special?
What makes male Brazilian butt lift specialized is the specific contour requirements of creating the ideal male buttock aesthetics and functional considerations. The ideal male buttock is best characterized by a solid upper lateral aspect of the buttock and lower lateral buttocks separated by a deep lateral gluteal depression. This appearance is exaggerated by the bodybuilder’s buttock, which is characterized by the shape of a butterfly.
The upper lateral prominence of the buttock correlates with the gluteus medius muscle. The lower lateral buttock is less pointed and more rounded in appearance. In general, the male buttock aesthetics, much like the armored plate chest appearance, is best described by the shape of a plateau contour that is flat centrally yet possesses bold edges.
What are the functional concerns for the male BBL?
Functional concerns for the male BBL, or Male Brazilian Butt Lift, are just as critical as the aesthetics of the buttock and include the creation of an upper shelf. This upper shelf serves the functional capacity of allowing your jeans to be held up. The creation of a shelf is in strong contrast to the female buttock which requires a smooth transition between the lower back and upper buttock junction. In contrast to the female buttock, the male buttock maintains a strong transition between a fuller upper buttock and a cored out lower back and flanks. Upper buttock fullness is achieved by transfer of fat to the area correlating to the gluteus medius muscle. The coring out of the lateral lower back and flanks results in elimination of love handles that are disliked my men universally. If you are interested in a male BBL, we encourage you to make a consultation with one of our Surgisculpt surgeons today.