So there are two types of boobs - big and small - right? Wrong. Women have seven different types of boobs. While all types of boobs are beautifully imperfect and normal, knowing the shape of your breasts can help you find the right bra giving you the lift you need and making you feel positively sexy. Curious to find your type? Here is a full list. Carry this guide with you and you will thank us the next time you go bra shopping.
It is common to have one boob larger than the other. But while most of the times the asymmetry is less noticeable, sometimes it can be more pronounced. If you have asymmetric breasts, you would want to go for a bra with moulded cups to help you keep an even shape on both sides. You can also opt for bras with removable pads so you can opt to wear a pad on the smaller one to even out your look.
Heavier breasts are generally narrower at the top and drastically fuller at the bottom which gives them a bell-shaped appearance. If you have bell-shaped breasts wear full coverage style breasts to prevent the breasts from dragging down the shoulder and causing the straps to slip. Plus it will provide extra support giving you the ultimate lift.
Similar to bell-shaped breasts tear-drop breasts are the ones with a much gentler slope. They are easily identifiable from the side. The plunge styles with deeper neckline and cups will create lift and fill up the shallower parts of the breasts.
Slender breasts are a little wider at the top and narrower at the bottom. They appear to be skinny without a lot of breast tissue. Plunge-style bras with or without support can be the best option for you. The plunge will help pull the boobs towards the middle giving them a more visible cleavage. Want to Make Your Breasts Look Perkier & Bigger Instantly? Here Are Easy Tips & Tricks
Do your breasts protrude out to the sides causing the nipples to point in opposite directions? It is a gentler way of saying sagging but no shame here. You have east-west breasts that form a gentle slope from top to bottom. Push-up or T-shirt type bra can be best for you to flatter your natural shape while comfortably bringing your twins closer together.
Side Set Breasts
If the nipples point a little more forward than east-west breasts and if there is a wider space between the two, balconette styles which have more fabric above the cups to bridge the large space between the breasts can be best for you. Happy Breasts! This Bra Size Makes the Women Happier, Reveals a UK Survey
While some are gifted naturally with breasts equally full on top and bottom, round breasts are often surgically enhanced. But if your boobs are augmented, you are in luck as they can pull off anything. However, balconette styles are perfect to show off your perky shape.
The strap of the bra provides the majority of the support so it must fit firmly, parallel to the cups. Look in the mirror and check that the band is at the same level all around your body. You don’t want to have back pain because of wearing the wrong bra size, do you?