Are your breasts uneven? Does one breast appear bigger than the other? Do you find one breast slipping out of a bra cup while the other fits just fine?
If one breast is a size C cup and the other is a D cup, always go for the D cup. You never want to force your larger breast into a smaller cup. This is not only unappealing, but it is also uncomfortable and creates visible unevenness and a lack of support.
So What Can You Do About Your Uneven Breasts?
We asked Jessica, our bra expert for advice…
TIP #4: Add Bra Pads
For breasts that differ in size, adding a bra pad is a great and easy way to even out asymmetry. Bra pads are an inexpensive and safe alternative to the high cost and health risks of cosmetic surgery. Learn more…
Jessica’s Favorite Picks:
“Push up power!”
- These crescent-shaped inserts are cleavage enhancers.
- They are made of medical grade silicone, making breast enhancement look more natural than bra padding.
- Place a Cupcake under the smaller breast for added cleavage.
- Cupcakes can be worn in any bra and most swimsuits.
“A better boob job – a full-cup-boosting insert with all of the fun, and none of the commitment of more, ahem, permanent methods.”
- These oval-shaped bra pads add a full cup size to your bust.
- Takeouts are also made of 100% silicone.
- Compared to Commando Cupcakes, these Takeouts are a bit softer and allow for a variety of useful placements within the bra/bathing suit.
- Place a Takeout under your smaller breast for lift, in front for extra voluptuousness, or on side for added cleavage.
- Takeouts can be worn in any bra and most swimsuits.
For extra security with bra-pads try using some tape. Stick a piece of double-sided tape between your bra and bra-pad.
Finally, readjust your straps, and enjoy a more even looking bust with support and comfort. We suggest:
TIP #5: Get Fitted Regularly by a Bra Fit Expert
Bras generally last between 3-6 months if worn daily. Get fitted regularly by an expert & make sure you are wearing the right bra for you.