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Is maintenance necessary for dad life?Or do you need it? Vol.1


Women care too much about their bodies

Aren't all women who are working as dads worrying about their style too much?As a woman, I know, but...

When I look at the recent daddy women, the feeling of trying to compete with a slender body is amazing.

So, on the contrary, there are more women who think that they can't be dads unless they're slender, and there's an impression that if they're slender, they'll be forgiven.

I think it feels different.

In the first place, a woman who is active as a father and knows the tastes of older men, probably someone who has been active as a father for a long time.

To put it bluntly, people of that age don't like women who are too skinny.

Some people may like it because it's skinny-only, but most men (many dads I've seen) have slightly bigger butts and tend to jump into curvy bodies.

Perhaps some daddy women reading this will mutter, "Is that true?"

But this is the reality.

That's why, from my point of view, I think plump girls are good for dads.

When it comes to my body type, I am slender, so how many times have my dad asked me to put on a little more weight?

Certainly, if you're a chubby person, what I'm saying may sound sarcastic.

If I were a model or a little younger and I was in the bar business, I might be able to make use of my slender figure, and I think there would be a lot of demand for that sort of thing.

Why is that?

The reason is simple: they are younger than men who become dads.

Young Japanese men tend to prefer slender women, and the trend is for celebrities exposed in the media to have small, slender faces.

You must be used to it.

Some admiration is born in men, and it becomes a preference.

At the same time, I wonder if women are also becoming the same way of thinking.

That's why you've probably heard a lot of stories about young women who like thin, salty-faced men, and it can be said that Korean men are popular in Japan because of this strong tendency. .

However, when women reach a certain age, they tend to start to prefer men who are oversized to a certain extent.

Maybe because it feels good to hold?Is it because I have a feeling that it will wrap me up and protect me?In fact, I think there are many women who say their type is different than when they were young.

I'm the same.

I used to like thin men.

However, I'm not good at skinny people now.

That's why I don't like overweight, but I like men who have a certain amount of plumpness.

Somehow, I don't feel attracted to slender people, or I don't feel the strength part of men.

Maybe there are women who can relate?Is it correct to say that the slender body looks like it's soft?

This seems to be the same for men.

I remember being told various things, such as if it was too thin, it would hit the bone and hurt.

So, if you're a woman who's working as a dad and you care about your body shape, I don't think you should worry about it too much.

I want you to understand that it is more likely that you will be popular as a dad now than if you go on a strange diet and lose weight.

So, is there any need for maintenance in Papa-katsu?

That's not right.

After all, what I was talking about above is about style.

For women, there are other important maintenance.

First of all, the important maintenance that I thought was necessary for dad life is skin gloss.

Regarding skin gloss, it can be seen very much regardless of age, and I think that if skin gloss is beautiful, it will be very liked. (I have also experienced this)

That's why I want you to remember that if you do strange fasting and you lose weight, but you're emaciated and your skin loses its luster, you'll be less popular with men.

As for the luster of the skin, if you get enough sleep, I think you can keep the luster to some extent.

However, if you want to make your skin lustrous that men like, it is best to go to a beauty salon.

I think there are many patterns that if you are active as a dad, you can say, "I want to be beautiful for my dad," and they will pay for the necessary expenses.

Therefore, if you maintain it at a beauty treatment salon at once, it will be very cost-effective and it will be easier for you to put effort into your dad activities.

On the contrary, there is also the possibility of meeting a better dad.

Hair removal is a must

I remembered it at the esthetic, but it's better to absolutely remove hair.

I think there are people who do v-zone and people who don't.

I have hair loss all over my body, but it's pretty popular with men.

I think it's good because if you remove the hair from the whole body, the skin will be more glossy and sticky, and men will appreciate it.

Older men are more picky about their skin than younger men.

For example, elasticity, texture that feels like it was stroked, etc.

Young men don't really care about that, do they?On the contrary, it is important in dad activities.

Full body hair removal costs a lot of money.

Even if you have to pay by yourself, if you do it with the idea of ​​investing in the other party, you should be able to get your money back quickly.

By the way, I also remember that my dad paid for my whole body hair removal.

Basically, if your dad feels that there is merit to you, he may give you something, so it's a good idea to talk to him without hesitation.

Somehow, it costs hundreds of thousands.

My ideal order is full body hair removal → esthetics to improve skin luster.

Then, next time, you will naturally start to think about investing in yourself, such as starting to stick to false eyelashes.


I hope you've read this far and understood that maintenance is necessary, but "the content is important".

Strangely, I'm on a diet and I'm thin, but I don't want it to be a pattern of "that's all?"

Certainly, the number of clothes you can wear increases if you are thin.

However, although it is true that the number of clothes you can wear will increase, there is also the view that having a certain amount of flesh adds volume to the clothes and makes them more attractive.

In particular, thin people wear Chanel, Vuitton, and Paris Collection, but I want you to see overseas celebrities.

Everyone is wearing it with a certain amount of volume, right?Maybe that's the style that the original brand wants you to do?I think.

Isn't the Paris Collection just using models that are too thin to make the basic clothes stand out?I feel.

It's not necessary for a woman to do that as a daddy, and it's not a model job, so men don't want it, right?That's what I'm talking about.

By all means, I felt that I want women who are working as dads to reconsider maintenance.

The shock when I first learned about the dating club was amazing.Since then, I've been hooked.We will continue to transmit reality from a female perspective.

Articles by Kumiko Mine

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