WHILE many mums don't feel confident stripping down to their bikini after having a child, one mum is proving that confidence is the key.

A woman known on TikTok as angelnyx8xo has jumped on to the latest social media trend, allowing people to rate them on a scale of 1 to 10.


She said that people claim she goes from a 5 out of 10 to 10/10 on attractiveness when she ditches the baggy clothes.

To demonstrate, the brunette posed in an over-sized black vest and transitioned into a blue bikini top and black bottoms.

She wrote: "They say I go from a 5 to a 10 in a bikini."

"Are they right?" she captioned the post.

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And the video soon went viral with over 70k views and 2k likes.

The mum often posts videos of her incredibly transitions on the app, showing curvy mums can still dress provactivley.

In another video the mum responded to a comment that said: "You're a mum you can't wear that," and replied: "Can't I though?"

She then showed herself wearing a colourful lingerie set.

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her videos have clearly impressed many, with some saying she's a 10/10 no matter the day or what she is wearing.

One wrote: "Always a 10 in my book."

Another person commented: "Absolute 10 all day!!"

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A third penned: "Easy 10 before and after."

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "Baby you started 10, and then went atmospheric."

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