Like many women, your Bras do not really adapt to your chest? Be aware that it is not the size or the CAP should look at first.
It is a fact, a vast majority of women buy a bra that does not suit them because they do not really know their size. And even in spite of information on the subject, said bra does not have the desired effect. Depending on the brand of lingerie Third Love, quoted by the English site of The Mirror, the most important is not the size or the cap of the breasts… but their shape.
Actually need to know the width, depth of the breasts and the way in which they fall. According to ThirdLove, there are seven different forms of breast: round, East-West, side, asymmetrical, bell-shaped, slender, in drops of water.
7 forms of breasts: which one is yours?
For round breasts: a thin bra without Underwire as they are also curved underneath as above.
For the “East-West” breasts: this type of chest is recognizable when the nipples are pointing outwards. The BRA ‘push up’ is to restore the balance, says INTERNETDICT.
For breasts “aside”: the gap between this type of breasts is important but the nipples remain front, a padded bra that refocuses the chest.
For small breasts: bra plunge cut is recommended for a chest enhanced and a beautiful cleavage, or a bra with extra padding.
Breast asymetique: in this case, one breast is larger than the other. A bra with removable padding is ideal.
For bell shaped breasts: breast are smaller at the top and “heavier” down. Bras balconette shaped are avoided in favor of those that offer good coverage and good support because this type of chest is often large.
For breasts in “drops of water”: these breasts are shapely below the nipple, but the difference is very noticeable with the top of the breast. This type of chest has the chance to be suitable for almost any bra.