Sugar Baby Body Modifications

By Sweet Tea

May 06, 2019

Regardless of what might have drawn you to the Sugar Bowl, it’s likely that you had been exposed to the stereotypical sugar baby imagery – something reminiscent of a porcelain doll. If you’re like me, you don’t look anything like that doll, nor do you want to. Body modifications, hairstyles, and fashion choices are all ways of communicating your individuality and imagination to the rest of the world.

However, despite how fun and empowering they can be, not everyone appreciates them, especially some of the older elite. This doesn’t mean that you can’t be a desirable and successful sugar baby, but awareness of the aesthetic standards in the Sugar Bowl urges preparation for reactions to your deviation from it. In this way, you can always feel confident, beautiful, and worthy of respect, however, you choose to express yourself. 

Piercings

Piercings are one of the most flexible body modifications because they can be decorated creatively and are easily reversible. These may be the least controversial body modification as relatively few people are opposed to a few gems or pieces of the metal setting off your outfit. If you have some of the more unorthodox piercings, you may be a bit more concerned, but take solace in the fact that your choices are representative of your self-determination. As long as you always look put together and carry yourself with pride, an SD who falls for your personality will come to consider your piercings the perfect accent to your beauty.

Hair Cuts and Colors

As someone who changes hers at least once a month, I can attest to the ephemerality of hairstyles. I can also attest to the abundance of confusion that other people feel every time I change the length or color. Given my darker complexion, some of the styles I’ve chosen have gotten mixed reactions, but I have always enjoyed challenging norms and defying expectations. Before my first meet and greet, I had considered a number of wigs before deciding to just wear my own hair, which I had recently cut very short and dyed red. I wore all black with silver jewelry so that my hair would stand out and left the house with confidence. The POT didn’t make any comments during our time together, but later via text called my style “intriguing” and was eager to see me again me.

Not having to wear a wig was liberating for various reasons, and my hair has been four different colors since then. I will always recommend relieving yourself of the burden of other people’s insecurities and making choices that make you feel free and fulfilled. The right partner will want you to as well.

Tattoos

Obviously, tattoos are not as reversible as piercings or hairstyles, but their permanence can make even more of a statement. If you’ve chosen to make your body your canvas, you don’t have to justify its decorations to anyone. But if you’re comfortable, tattoos can be a great conversation starter. There may be a crazy memory attached to one or emotional significance behind the other; ink on your skin has the power to tell your story just as well as ink on a page. Discussing your tattoos can be a fun way for your partner to learn about you (especially if they’re in a place that’s hidden when you’re clothed). I have even met POTs who offered to pay for new tattoos! If all the other terms of the arrangement are sweet, that would be the icing on the cake. 

Cosmetic Surgery

Like any other body modification, your choices about surgery are not anyone else’s business. You have no obligation to disclose whether you’ve had cosmetic surgery to anyone if you are not comfortable doing so. Even more importantly, no one should be able to make you feel pressured to change your appearance. Whether you have had surgery or not, you should be fully comfortable with your decision to cultivate your physical beauty in whichever way you choose. A good person will love your body as much as you do. The right person will help you love it even more.

Like any other body modification, your choices about surgery are not anyone else’s business. You have no obligation to disclose whether you’ve had cosmetic surgery to anyone if you are not comfortable doing so. Even more importantly, no one should be able to make you feel pressured to change your appearance. Whether you have had surgery or not, you should be fully comfortable with your decision to cultivate your physical beauty in whichever way you choose. A good person will love your body as much as you do. The right person will help you love it even more.

Like any other body modification, your choices about surgery are not anyone else’s business. You have no obligation to disclose whether you’ve had cosmetic surgery to anyone if you are not comfortable doing so. Even more importantly, no one should be able to make you feel pressured to change your appearance. Whether you have had surgery or not, you should be fully comfortable with your decision to cultivate your physical beauty in whichever way you choose. A good person will love your body as much as you do. The right person will help you love it even more.