See Thru Swimwear

One of the riskiest things that you could ever do in public is wear see thru swimwear. These swimsuits are made of a very thin, flimsy and transparent material. In most cases this type of swimwear will appear transparent whether wet or dry. That said, see-through bikinis, monokinis, and even one-pieces should not be worn by the faint of heart.

Types of swimsuits

This beachwear come in different degrees of transparency. Mesh is one type of bathing apparel that offers a degree of coverage when dry. This pieces can be made of crocheted material although vinyl and metal mesh bathing suits are also popular.

Another type of see-through beachwear is the translucent swimsuit. These are made of very thin Lycra and can be completely transparent when wet.

The ultimate in see-through pieces is the see-through swimsuit. Whether you are dry or wet, everything underneath is visible. Such bathing suits are often made of clear vinyl although nylon is also a popular alternative.

Common mistakes when wearing this kind of bathing suit

You can commit a lot of mistakes when wearing something as skimpy as this piece of beachwear. Here are some of the most common ones and how to avoid them.

•   Wearing provocative swimwear in prohibited areas

This kind of swimwear, along with very small bikini bottoms may not be allowed in most public beaches, especially in family beaches, resorts, and cruises. These pieces should be worn only in private, in nude and semi-nude beaches, or in your own backyard.

If you happen to bring a skimpy piece to a public family beach, make sure that you wear a cover-up when walking around and stay out of the water.

•   Forgetting to shave

If you plan on wearing skimpy items, get a Brazilian wax first. Shaving should be a priority with wearing bikinis of all types, whether they are transparent or not. An unshaven crotch will definitely be a turn-off and will likely get you the kind of attention that you want to avoid.

•   Not wearing enough sunblock

Although it is now common practice to slather on sunblock when at the beach, some people still forget to do so. If they do, they do not apply enough and they end up getting a nasty sunburn as a result. A common mistake is forgetting to apply sunblock on the covered areas. Because the material is sheer or transparent, you are still likely to get sunburn in these areas, so cover them with sunblock as well.