Bikini Top Styles
All of Muscle Dazzle bikini tops come with some extra padding inside the built-in pockets behind the cups. The extra padding can be completely removed, and the amount can also be adjusted to suit your need.
The molded cup is made from fixed shape and curved foam cups and come with built-in pockets for extra padding . Moulded cups are very comfortable to wear and provide lots of support, whether your bust is natural or you have implants.
If you have a natural bust, a molded cup can enhance your bust by up to 2 cup sizes by using additional padding. The correct amount of padding will make you look naturally full.
Adjustable drawstring bikini top are popular amongst girls with implants. The coverage level and shape of the cup can be adjusted at the base of the cup to achieve your preferred shape and coverage. They also allow you to adjust the space between cups.
Underwire bikini tops provide the same look and feel as an everyday underwire bra.
They are most popular for ladie who need a lot of support and lift. Please check the suitability and popularity of the cup styles with the Federation you are competing in before making the decision.
Bikini Bottom Styles
The High Cut bottom is recommended for lean girls with high muscle definition, especially around the glutes. High Cut Bottom emphasize the length and the definition of the legs and abdominal area. This bottom style is also recommended if you are competing in the Wellness Division which requires the overall V-Shape look.
The most noticeable characteristic of this bottom style is that the hip/bottom connectors sit around hip bone height. You have the option to pull the side connector about 1.5" further up, if you prefer.
This cut is popular and suitable for all levels of competitors. However, competitors with very lean bodies tend to opt for a High Cut to show off their glutes and accentuate their lean midsection and legs.
Straight Front bottoms appear more modest than the Scoop Front because of the higher front rise. They are suitable for all competitors, especially those who desire a more conservative look on stage.
Bikini Bottom Coverage
One of the most important elements to consider when ordering your competition suit is the level of coverage on the back of your suit bottom. Some federations insist upon 50% back coverage, so make sure you check with your federation or promoter before ordering. It may be a good idea to also ask if there are any other rules you should know about.