Find the Right Bra Style
Finding the perfectly fitting bra isn’t just about the measurements (although that is of course a big factor), but it’s also about choosing the right style for your breast style.
How your breat tissue sits will affect the fit, for example:
Those with breats that are full on top may find that they ooze out of the top of some bras styles, giving the four-boob appearance.
If you’re full on the bottom, they may look quite flat on the top and so you may need a little more lift.
Whereas if they’re of even fullness, you want to take advantage of that!
How to find the right style for you
To find your boob type, bend forward and look at where your nipples point. Don’t forget when trying a bra on, you “scoop and swoop” – pull your breast tissue up into the bra to make sure they fit properly.
Nipples point upwards towards your head?
YOU'RE FULL ON THE BOTTOM
YOU'RE FULL ON THE BOTTOMYou're full on the bottom and so a plunge or balconette bra will radiate that lift to the top of your breasts, making them look full and flattering all over.
Nipples point downwards, towards your feet?
YOU'RE FULL ON THE TOP
YOU'RE FULL ON THE TOPYou're full on the top and so a full cup bra will help keep the fullness at the top inside your bra, but offer projection for a rounded, radiant effect.
Nipples point towards the ground?
YOU HAVE EVEN FULLNESS
YOU HAVE EVEN FULLNESSYou have even fullness and so so a balcony will ensure that fullness is shown off, wth great projection and lift, without the four-boob effect.