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How to Look Like You Have Big Breasts While Wearing Your Bikini – A Cheap and Simple Solution

Regardless if you have small breasts, or you’ve surgically had your breasts removed due to a mastectomy or you just want to enhance the look of your breasts while wearing a bikini or low-cut top, there’s a way you can finally have big breasts for about the same price you’d pay for an inexpensive bra.

Women like to wear various garments, including swimsuits that show off their cleavage and chest flesh. To create that cleavage and to uplift your breasts, it all boils down to the basics of engineering. When you take that flesh and move it up and towards the center of your bra or swimsuit, you create the appearance of having larger breasts than if you just went bra-less.

The secret behind creating cleavage is to first of all buy a bikini top or bra that is one size smaller (in the cups) than you would normally wear. Then, while you’re at your favorite swimsuit store, or online, order something that’s called bra forms, or bust pads. They range in price from $11 to $45 for a pair. They’re made out of foam, silicone, cloth, water, air, or gel. They also are available in flesh color (nude) or clear.

As far as performance in the water or while you’re swimming, the silicone bust pads are best since they weigh less and they will adhere to your natural breast or chest wall due to the warmth of your body.

Most swimsuits and bikinis have either a built-in bra which you can remove and replace with the bust pads. Or, check the inside of your bikini to see if it has a little opening or pocket that would make it possible for you to insert your bust pads inside.

Now, before you become disillusioned by thinking that’s all you need to do is buy bust pads and insert them into your swimming suit, there are some secret tips that you will want to learn first, so be sure to print this page for later reference. It’s also important for you to remember that when you’re buying a garment, (bikini or low-cut top or dress) that you make sure the fabric will not totally cover up your breast area. The goal is to get your breasts thrust up and together which will create cleavage. If your breasts are covered up with fabric, it won’t matter if you have any cleavage or not because no one will be able to see it.

The placement of your bust pads is what creates the cleavage. Place part of the bust pad under your breast and the other part on the side of your breast. Do this on both sides and the bust pads will create the cleavage that will make your bikini or other low-cut garment overflow with your breast flesh.

To make your breasts appear even fuller, you can add a second bust pad in the shape of a triangle rather than a circle to both sides of your bra or bra insert. Remember to lift your breasts up when you add the pads, and try not to let your breasts get squashed under the pad.

Now, some of you may want to add these bust pads to other garments and you might be wondering how to attach them if you don’t want to wear a bra. The easy solution is to buy double-sided tape (made exclusively for garment and costume creation and put it on the outside of your bust pads. One brand of double-sided tape is called Topstick which you can probably locate by searching the web.

If you’re in a hurry, however, you can always use safety pins to attached your bust pads to any garment you desire, but you’ll have to make sure not to rip the pads because you’ll probably want to wear them again. If you’re looking for a long-time solution, you can buy several pairs of bust pads and just sew them into your clothes. Of course, you’d have to remove them when laundry day arrives.

There are two final secrets to reveal and these are most important to the success of your big-busted bikini adventure. Do not use bust pads made of silicone to stick inside of a strapless bra. Why? The weight of the bust pads will pull your bra or your bikini down…not a good thing to have happen. Also these techniques work best when your bra or bikini fabric is woven or made out of latex or Lycra. Knit or extremely stretchy and flimsy bras or bikinis just don’t achieve the same results.

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