There’s no need for surgery! Models are using the viral bum lifting pose to create a perky posterior. All they have to do is RAISE their derriere with their hands

  • New pose which makes your posterior look perkier has  taken the social media
  • Famous celebrities like Kylie Jenner, Emily Ratajkowski, and Kylie Jenner have championed this cause 
  • This simple pose has women holding their bottoms up with their hands.
  • Natural alternative to the controversial Brazilian Bum Lift, which sees fat transferred from the waist to the hips and bottom and has a high death rate 

Social media is abuzz with a new pose that makes your posterior look sexier than ever.

Championed by celebrities including Emily Ratajkowski and Kylie Jenner, the trend sees women ‘holding’ their bottom up with their hands.

This pose gives women an instant, natural lift, and is not like the controversial Brazilian Bum Lift. It involves fat being transferred from the waist to your hips.

The pose can be used in many angles. Tammy Hembrow, a fitness influencer, is seen highlighting her curves from below. Demi Rose prefers a side angle, while Bella Hadid shows it works straight-on.

How to get a perkier posterior: Championed by celebrities including Emily Ratajkowski , seen, the trend sees women 'holding' their bottom up with their hands

How to get a more toned posterior: This trend has been championed by Emily Ratajkowski and other celebrities, where women are seen holding their bottoms with their hands.

Unlike the controversial Brazilian Bum Lift, which sees fat transferred from the waist to the hips and bottom, the pose gives women an instant and natural lift. Seen: Influencer Demi Rose

The Brazilian Bum Lift, a controversial procedure that sees fat transfer from the waist to the hips, gives women a natural lift. This pose is different than the controversial Brazilian Bum Lift. Seen: Demi Rose (Influencer)

Emily Ratajkowski, an influencer, prefers to show the pose in their bikinis. However, others show that it can be done fully clothed.

Kylie Jenner, the queen of ‘belfies,’ is a master at capturing the perfect shot. She can often be seen looking back at her camera, subtly placing her hands below her derriere.

Bella Hadid can be seen in an alternative pose, holding her bottom in a pair a cut-out tights that she found during a Paris photoshoot.

And even Geordie Shore’s Sophie Kasaei hasn’t missed out on the trend, ensuring her posterior is as perky as possible for the camera.

And the pose can be applied in different angles, with fitness influencer Tammy Hembrow seen accentuating her curves from below

You can also apply the pose in different angles. Tammy Hembrow, fitness influencer, is seen accentuating Tammy’s curves from below

The queen of 'belfies' Kylie Jenner certainly knows her best angles, and can often be seen looking back at the camera, subtly arranging her hands below her derriere for the perfect snap

Kylie Jenner is the queen of ‘belfies’. You can often see her looking back at the camera and subtly arranging the hands below her thighs for the perfect photo.

The trend for a perky posterior first began with Beyonce’s natural and famously ‘bootylicious’ curves in the nineties, and was soon hijacked by the likes of Jennifer Lopez  and later on, Kim Kardashian.

Recent years have seen curves become suspiciously prominent with reality stars such as Kylie Jenner or Demi Rose sporting extreme hourglass figures.  

The ‘Brazilian Butt Lift’ has seen a 76.6 percent increase in demand. This procedure involves removing fat from the waist and injecting it into the hips, buttocks, and buttocks. 

Elsewhere Bella Hadid can be seen poking fun at the pose, playfully holding up her bottom in a pair of cut-out tights discovered during a Paris photoshoot

Bella Hadid can also be seen laughing at the pose and holding her bottom in a pair cut-out tights she wore during a Paris photoshoot

Even Geordie Shore's Sophie Kasaei hasn't missed out on the trend, ensuring her posterior is as perky as possible for the camera

Geordie Shore’s Sophie Kasaei doesn’t miss the trend. This ensures that her posterior is as glamorous as possible for the camera.

A Harley Street doctor previously told FEMAIL: ‘The hips are what my patients are asking for now, it is not just about the bottom.

“It’s about a curvy silhouette for women as a whole, not just providing larger bottoms.”

Speaking about the fat transfer surgery, which costs in the region of £6,500 to £10,000, he said: ‘My patients are increasingly coming and asking for to remodel their body to create  a perfect waist to hip measurement’.

However, the fat transfer procedure is controversial and has the highest mortality rate of all cosmetic procedures. One death is expected for every 3,000 procedures.

After a number of high profile deaths in 2019, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) advised its members not to carry out Brazilian butt lift surgery until more is known about safer techniques of fat injection into the bottom.

The most dangerous cosmetic procedure on the planet

Since 2015, the number of butt lifts performed globally has grown by 77.6 per cent, according to a survey by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.  

Although it is the most popular cosmetic surgery, there are still risks. 

In 2017, a paper published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal revealed that three per cent of the 692 surgeons surveyed had experienced the death of a patient after performing the surgery. 

One in 3,000 BBLs ended in death, making it the most dangerous cosmetic procedure in the world. Yet, interest in the procedure continues to rise.