Are you ready to get yourself in front of the mirror and have a look at your belly button? If you look at the total number of people, 90% of people have inside belly-buttons and 10% have outside belly buttons. The figures are estimated to be like this. But how are these button-holes caused? Let's look at the interesting details we gathered from Lifebuzz.
Shortly after we are born, our umbilical cord, which was used to transport nutrients from the mother to the baby during pregnancy, is cut. Many people believe that an outie can be formed when a doctor cuts the umbilical cord a certain way or at a certain distance, but there is no evidence that proves this to be true.
In general, there are no health differences caused by the difference of a belly button.
Even though inside belly-buttons are more common, people with outside belly-buttons are thought to have cleaner belly buttons.
We mostly see outside belly buttons on media channels. But which celebrities have belly buttons like this?
Wouldn't it be great if we could stop ostracizing people with outside belly buttons? Some kids have reported being teased for their belly buttons.
Remember this beauty from Robin Thicke's controversial song and video Blurred Lines? It's actress and model Emily Ratajkowski. Doesn't her belly button look great?
And Kate Moss?
Actress Katie Holmes, pictured here with daughter Suri, also has an outside belly button. She is often spotted in her bikini and looks fantastic.
We don't even have to tell you how much we love John Stamos!
Singer-songwriter and dancer Jason Derulo also has an outside belly button but he still looks fantastic!
Some women might get outside belly buttons during pregnancy.
Some people have belly button fetishes with outside belly buttons in particular.