The Best Bra for Your Breast Type

Posted by   Trendelo Admin
10/09/2015
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The Best Bra for Your Breast Type

So, here you have the eight different breast types, according to Tomima's research—and the best bra for each.

1. Shallow: About 10% of women. Picture a ski slope: You start at the top and go down to the nipple. You can be born with breasts like this, or they can turn this way after breast-feeding.

The best bra: If you want fullness, you want a push-up with crescent-shaped padding, which will push the lower breast tissue up, bringing your breasts together.

2. Semi-supported: About 30% of women. You don't quite have the fullness of a 16-year-old girl who just got her breasts in, but it's a nice look.

The best bra: All bras will look great.

3. Self-supported: 16% of women. This would be a code word for implants. Anyone with augmentation would fall into this category. With or without a bra, breasts are supported.

The best bra: All types—the reason for the bra here is to simply create whatever look you want.

4. Conical: 7% of women. Generally, a woman who is a C-cup or smaller. The breasts are cone shaped rather than round.

The best bra: Look fuller with padded bras. If you push the apex in, you get more of a natural breast shape.

5. Uneven: 40% of women. This is when one breast is larger than the other. Most women have uneven breasts simply because if you're right-handed, that muscle makes the breast on your right side smaller.

The best bra: Always fit your bra to your largest breast. Look for bras that are contour-cupped. A bra cup with a thin layer of foam can act as a nice filler to mold the smallness of your other breast. Sports bras are ideal too.

6. Settled: 27% of women. This is a nicer way of saying that your breasts are deflated or hanging. You need support! As you age, breasts are not as firm, but they are malleable, so you can form them into any shape you want.

The best bra: A well-structured, multi-part bra that has cup has seams in it. Seams give your breasts great structure and a nice shape.

7. Thin: 5% of women. If you look in medical journals, this shape is referred to as "tubular breasts." What that means your breasts are not as wide as the traditional underwire of bras.

The best bra: Bandeau bras. By "smooshing" the breasts together, you make them less "long," if you will. A contour cup will also work.

8. Splayed: 27% of women. Splayed means your breasts go east-west, so you want to bring 'em in toward the center.

The best bra: Demi bras will show more of your upper breast. Look at the center panel of a bra and see how the cups are attached.

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