I'm Latex Nikki and wore latex for over 15 years now.
I'm a Hobbes latex model and wear latex as a fashion at home and in public.
My other hobby is making latex clothing, mostly for myself, as I'm still learning.
I originally started modelling in October 2017. It was actually part of a confidence boost which my partner helped me to organize. I was bullied a lot when I was younger, so I suffered from low confidence.
My Instagram page :
The Hobbes latex model
I started wearing leather when I was around 19 years of age, as I was a rock chic and that's what you wore. Then around the age of 20, I started wearing PVC and then after that latex. I saw a person wearing it on TV at the time and was fascinated by the look and shine and wanted to try it.
My main concerns were if the latex would fit right and if I'd rip it
When I tried it, and it fit perfectly, and I didn't rip it I was very happy with how it looked and felt
My first latex outfit was a second hand catsuit. It actually fitted well, which was a surprise
I feel more confident and powerful when wearing latex
I mostly wear latex on an evening and weekends and evenings when I can enjoy it most
I've actually worn it for 24/7, and I've even slept in latex before too. I won't lie it does get warm and sweaty after a while so if I've done a full day I get a shower afterwards
All my Catsuits, flame dress and my libidex blue trousers
My very first public latex was so exciting and scary at the same time. It was lots of fun and I definitely did more after that
I don't have anything embarrassing unfortunately
It is a little scary as you never know what people would say or do, but luckily I've been absolutely fine and no one has noticed. I think people see wetlook or pvc
I have done both, and I still do it depends on the weather or where I'm going if it's full or half
Personally it's about the look and feel of latex it's like nothing else.
Always start with smaller items first. Underwear and gloves then build up to the bigger items.
Always use dress aid or talc/baby powder to get into latex
Always hang your latex in a wardrobe out of direct sun and put in plastic bags if you have different colours, so they don't clash or stain (mostly black with lighter colours)
Keep nails short so you don't rip the latex
Watch out on eBay when buying latex, make sure it says in the description 100% rubber or latex. As it may not be latex you're buying could be wetlook or pvc which is completely different