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Friday, April 11, 2008

Ok ladies, for those of you who may not be well endowed in the top shelf area, I can sympathize. As a barely B I’ve struggled to fill out some of those tops and dresses not to mention have cleavage, I just wasn’t blessed in that department. However…I went out and picked up for myself my very first Victoria’s Secret Infinity Edge Push Up Bra and low and behold, wow instant cleavage. In fact it past the test, because I busted out the bra with a low cut sexy top and my boyfriend had to do a double take, his comment “wow, your boobs never did that before”. So, forget the creams, pills and procedures ladies and strap on some snap on cleavage and you too can have a busty day! Do you have any tips or tricks to fill out, push up, or strap down the bust area? Let’s hear them!   

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firtree20 wrote:
1) 4/11/2008 10:24:56 AM
I like an underwire with a bit of padding near the gives me a little bit of a lift (just enough for everyday wear though, I don't really have anywhere to go where I'd need a push-up).
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SoccerChik23 wrote:
2) 4/11/2008 10:27:15 AM
I know there are many girls that wish they had a little more "up there", but sometimes i wish i had a little less.Let me tell u, playing co-ed soccer when you're a "C" cup is NOT all that comfortable.When I do play, i'll usually put a strapless bra under my regular sports bra, since the strapless one kinda minimizes the size and the sports bra helps to hold me in, so im good and happy. However, whenever i want a little more cleavage, i'll usually jxt shorten the straps on my bra and it's usually enough for what i want.
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Need to try... wrote:
3) 4/11/2008 1:06:33 PM
I am going to buy this bra. I barely fill out my "C" cup bra. I have been thinking about getting surgery but I am afraid. I rather try this bra first!! Thanks : )
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piscesmaven wrote:
4) 4/11/2008 1:09:02 PM
As a fellow "barely B," I have found some tips to be helpful. First, I usually wear lighter color shirts b/c we all know that the color black slims. Also, I have found that wearing tops that are gathered around the bust seems to create the illusion of more cleavage. I hope this helps!
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bagamunda wrote:
5) 4/11/2008 1:18:08 PM
I am not blessed in that area either, so what I do is wear a bra that's really my size (most women doesnt realize that their bra their wearing isn't their size. so, you better ask the bra lady at the store, they'll be happy to measure your size), choose bras that has a bit of padding in it and lastly wear a push-up bra wo you would see a little cleavage on you. You gotta find which product this is and buy bunch of it :)
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Megan wrote:
6) 4/11/2008 1:19:43 PM
I know a couple of my friends wear two bras and that seems to work for them but not really for me. Some of my shirts have the bra made into them and i still wear my bra with them.
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minidrapes wrote:
7) 4/11/2008 1:20:09 PM
Push up bras are not only for the small chested. As a well-endowed girl i also have a love for them. My breast are a full cup size different size from one another. Push up bras are able to hide the size difference and make them look normal. They are the only thing ive found that works (since stuffing them with Kleenex just isnt an option anymore).
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caitlin wrote:
8) 4/11/2008 1:20:31 PM
I actually don't have that problem with my bust area persay; but I may just use the old fashioned way and stuff my bra and I also do know some people who wear to bras to make the area look well endowed, whatever helps at the time, just do it! Espescially if you are going to prom!
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mgowan89 wrote:
9) 4/11/2008 1:22:23 PM
I wear Victoria's Secret Body bras. Also having small cleavage, these also give that extra lift. They're also super comfortable since they're all cotton. Before that, I used to use gel inserts.
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Anonymous wrote:
10) 4/11/2008 1:28:14 PM
Some people don't like having much cleavage. Fortunately, I find that most types of sports bras do the "strap down" job pretty well...
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mins_3 wrote:
11) 4/11/2008 1:29:24 PM
These are really good But there are other less expensive brands that do offer near similar feel
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bagamunda wrote:
12) 4/11/2008 1:29:31 PM
wow! this Victoria’s Secret Infinity Edge Push Up Bra has all my secrets! push up and padding on the edge! gotta buy this!
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sexymasala wrote:
13) 4/11/2008 1:36:58 PM
I too have tried the Victoria’s Secret Infinity Edge Push Up Bra and it really does work. I wear this when I go out and it keeps the girls perky even through a night of shaking it on the dance floor. Love this one!
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missdetermination wrote:
14) 4/11/2008 1:38:57 PM
That's pretty cool. I have yet to go into Victoria's Secret, though. Does anyone else find it embarrassing? I never like shopping for any of that "girl stuff".
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Joccy101 wrote:
15) 4/11/2008 1:54:22 PM
If you really want better size, I suggest the old fashion trick of stuffing your bra with tissue.
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Jocelyn wrote:
16) 4/11/2008 1:56:35 PM
I suggest lining the inside of your bra with a sock. Just make sure it looks natural.
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wa wrote:
17) 4/11/2008 2:04:51 PM
some people wear two bras. others use those adhesive tapes but that looks painful.
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MapleWalnut wrote:
18) 4/11/2008 2:09:00 PM
Push up bra all the way! And an extremely low cut tank top with an inner shelf-lining because it just helps to hold them up even more.
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Joccy101 wrote:
19) 4/11/2008 2:13:08 PM
You can always buy a wonderbra! The one and only!
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blondebabe wrote:
20) 4/11/2008 2:17:57 PM
Okay, this is so true. Mine are small too so I always have to use push-up bras to get cleavage. get the MOST cleavage, bend over at a 90 degree angle while slipping on your bra so that you don't get wasted cleavage on the side, just all on the top! Try it, it truly works!
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Mo-Mo wrote:
21) 4/11/2008 2:19:17 PM
Omg. I have that bra and it works wonders. I love it. It comes in this rich bright blue color that I am in love with.
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Joccy101 wrote:
22) 4/11/2008 2:20:34 PM
I can't stand bras with underwires. Because of that, I just find bras with thick padding.
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Mo-Mo wrote:
23) 4/11/2008 2:20:46 PM
Also, there is something called bust tape. It makes you have major cleavage.
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03555530 wrote:
24) 4/11/2008 2:22:49 PM
they are really expensive but ill get one if i sure it works well
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musicmaniac wrote:
25) 4/11/2008 2:25:00 PM
Yeah, I really don't have a problem with it. I find that, whatever works for you, GO WITH IT!! Whether it is for everyday wear, or something like the prom or a wedding or something - you should always be comfy and confident.
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mommy2two wrote:
26) 4/11/2008 2:25:59 PM
I use the water filled cups. I can add them to any bra in an instant and make them as big (or little) as I like or depending on the outfit.
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DPr wrote:
27) 4/11/2008 2:28:02 PM
i think push up bras are the good solution for this.victoria secret bras are really awesome.
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RP wrote:
28) 4/11/2008 2:29:52 PM
i use underwire bras which gives push ups and very good shape so go for them.
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DK wrote:
29) 4/11/2008 2:31:49 PM
underwire bras give sexiest look to your boobs ...they give sexy top look ....i use these bras only.
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melmmo wrote:
30) 4/11/2008 2:32:58 PM
As a DDD I have no problem in this area. Sorry! :-)
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curiousgrl wrote:
31) 4/11/2008 2:33:20 PM
I am barely an A cup and though VS has really comfy push up bras, if you have nothing to push up, they are rather pointless. A lot of stores like TJMaxx and Marshalls sell other brands for a fraction of the price that fit and flatter my figure better, so I prefer to shop there.
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Carisma wrote:
32) 4/11/2008 2:34:52 PM
Bronzer on the cleavage always make them look better. It gives them a little shimmer but it makes people look. The water bra at victoria with the water inserts works great as well. The clear straps to me really help keep your chest up!
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DK wrote:
33) 4/11/2008 2:34:57 PM
underwire push games like exercises........good solution
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pink girl wrote:
34) 4/11/2008 2:35:44 PM
I have used the silicone boob inserts(chicken cutlets). THey really do work and help give you that extra cleavage. They probably increase your size up to to cups. I think Victoria Secrets carries them and major department stores.
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Jess22 wrote:
35) 4/11/2008 2:36:54 PM
It may seem silly, but go get a professional bra-fitting, and NOT at a place like La Senza. Go to a department store or a high-end lingerie shop and have someone who really knows what they're doing, and has seen a lost of chests in their time, assess your shape and style. It really worked for me - they will suggest things you didn't even know existed, and likely you will come out with some much better options for your bra than you ever knew possible!
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Vanya wrote:
36) 4/11/2008 2:37:07 PM
Personally, I can get great cleavage just with a good bra like a VS bra. I also heard arm exercises work for your cleavage, to maintain their heighth, however a nice tight lowcut shirt and a nice bra does a great trick! No surgeries needed
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reneek74 wrote:
37) 4/11/2008 3:12:25 PM
Exercising the chest area (weight training) helps a bit to keep them perky- even after weight loss!
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adramelecha wrote:
38) 4/11/2008 3:12:42 PM
I found that using bronzer to accentuate my actual clevage gives my clevage the appearance of more depth. Plus it adds sparkle and color too!
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archaeologistbarbie wrote:
39) 4/11/2008 3:13:36 PM
Oh I absolutely love these. I lost a cup size when I had surgery to remove a lump in my breast over the summer (I'm only 22) but I bought one of these and am no longer embarrassed to wear my sexy shirts!
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Nikki_Cole wrote:
40) 4/11/2008 3:14:47 PM
At one point I had to use a regular bra and a sports bra over it just to keep them up. I finally got fitted correctly and fit comfortable into bra. But I definately would love to try out this bra!
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ourownpinkelephant wrote:
41) 4/11/2008 3:15:13 PM
I find what helps with the boost is to keep the straps tight and secure to the skin, so the bottom of the bra lifts the chest up. If my bra straps are too loose then I find I loose a bit of lift. Not all "push up" bras help me; you really need to find the right fit. Halter bras seem to work quite good for me! Also, I think a lot has to do with style of clothing. A halter style is chest-enhancing.
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penwench wrote:
42) 4/11/2008 3:15:13 PM
I've always been pretty well endowed, and for sure, the right bra can make you look like you've lost pounds! Make sure your keep the girls pushed in and up, and an underwire (and probably straps)is a must for C cup and above.
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Deanna2008 wrote:
43) 4/11/2008 3:15:33 PM
Unfortunately, I personally don't have any issues in this area, but I am totally for everyone just accepting what they have. It's all about self-esteem, if you're happy with yourself, others around you will embrace you for who you are and not care about what size you are.
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MEC wrote:
44) 4/11/2008 3:16:04 PM
Victrias Secret bras are the best! Not only are the extremely comfortable they do give you great shape.
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Jess03 wrote:
45) 4/11/2008 3:17:09 PM
Well, I am decent sized - a B to a C but when i am going out for a night on the town, I will wear a water bra, it looks very natural and doesn't get lumpy like some padded bras do. You can get them a Victoria's Secret and they are super comfortable!
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Not Blonde wrote:
46) 4/11/2008 3:17:49 PM
I so don't have this problem. I'm a double d and want to minimize but still lift and not have my breast on my neck like the last bra I brought from victorias secret.
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tigger2945 wrote:
47) 4/11/2008 3:18:05 PM
I think you hit the nail on the head with the VS bras. That has always been the best solution to adding a little something to what God gave me.
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Clogger wrote:
48) 4/11/2008 3:18:17 PM
Ha, wish I had THAT problem. Ladies, be glad you can just strap on a push-up to get what you want. I'm a 32DDD, and that's AFTER breast reduction surgery. Too much the wrong way can give you back problems. My trick to "strap down" the bust area is to get a bra that fits! Most women get bras with bands that are WAY TOO HUGE so the DD cup or whatever will fit them (though it doesn't really). I used to wear a 40DD and then got fitted at Nordstrom to find out I was really a 34I! That explained the back problems. The biggest help is to get a good quality bra with a supportive band - that's where all the support is SUPPOSED to come from! Now, my well-fitting bras are much better than any sports bra I've found. I swear, sports bras only work if you're a B or smaller. My advice: your band size is probably too big! Way too many people wear 36 or 38. And don't trust Victoria's secret either! They told a friend of mine who is so skinny that she should try a 36B! (She was really a 32DDD like me). That's another important thing to remember: numbers are totally arbitrary in the bra world. They mean nothing. Don't base your self-esteem on whether you're a B or a DD. It's all about how you wear it!
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ibprecious2u wrote:
49) 4/11/2008 3:18:38 PM
Just push em up
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AlysonwithaY wrote:
50) 4/11/2008 3:19:49 PM
For the bigger chested ladies, Cacique by Lane Bryant are my favorite. They have a very large range of sizes. The plunge bra is my favorite and it makes up most of my bra wardrobe in various fun and useful colors.
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proudbrunette wrote:
51) 4/11/2008 3:20:34 PM
I have heard that dusting some shimmer powder across the cleavage area (when wearing a low-cut shirt or dress) subtly highlights that area. And sometimes when I'm wanting to feel extra sexy, I'll spray one spritz of perfume pointing down into the cleavage. It certainly doesn't hurt to be smelling good in that spot!
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Pascale wrote:
52) 4/11/2008 3:20:49 PM
I personally am lucky regarding this area :) But I know that some of my friends will go crazy with that new bra! They used to fill their bras with tissues and even bought some small silicone things to put in the bra to look sexier... Thanks a million to Victoria's Secret!
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Jasi wrote:
53) 4/11/2008 3:21:27 PM
I like balconette bras.
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Sunshine225 wrote:
54) 4/11/2008 3:21:51 PM
I personally like the ambrielle bras at JCPenney better. They're less expensive and seem to hold up better then VS.
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libby3360 wrote:
55) 4/11/2008 3:22:09 PM
I have fairly decent size breasts 34a, so I have been using a padded push up bra whenever I need a little more for those dresses that shows cleavage and for special occasions. It helps and my husband love the way my breasts looks.
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NVthisQT wrote:
56) 4/11/2008 3:22:36 PM
I had the same problem and I wear the Victoria Secret Biofit uplift bra and it's like magic and fits perfectly!
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Bakersdozen wrote:
57) 4/11/2008 3:25:42 PM
First of all, I have to V.S. bras and love them. They fit really well and are super comfortable. I am a nursing mom and am actually wishing that I was a little less endowed right now, but I do have tips for small busted women that may help as summer approaches. A bathing suit with ruffles across the bustline will make you appear more endowed.
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Kris_G wrote:
58) 4/11/2008 3:26:59 PM
I'm a A-cup so I wear a lightly padded bra everyday, but for when I want that extra cleavage, this is what I do: I wear a heavily padded push-up bra that has padding both on the bottom and sides (key!). It will push up *and* together! Lovely! And for that extra bit of "increase", some gel inserts mushed in there work wonders.
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Heather123 wrote:
59) 4/11/2008 3:31:30 PM
I am really really busty, and just got out of nursing bras, so it was a real treat to got pick up my first "pretty" bra in a long time. I too chose Victoria's Secret. They have a great minimizer bra for those who have more than enough.
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Heather123 wrote:
60) 4/11/2008 3:32:21 PM
I am really really busty, and just got out of nursing bras, so it was a real treat to got pick up my first "pretty" bra in a long time. I too chose Victoria's Secret. They have a great minimizer bra for those who have more than enough.
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don't... eww! wrote:
61) 4/11/2008 3:33:09 PM
strap down- ace bandags always have worked good for me... especially when u have to play a boy in a play... just dont wear a bra with it then another thing- padded bras much better for the smaller chest, at least i think so by experience
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nia729 wrote:
62) 4/11/2008 3:33:48 PM
I always wear push up bras and also i feel like if you wear smaller bras it makes your breats pop out more
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Elley wrote:
63) 4/11/2008 3:33:51 PM
Push up bras, and also a good trick is to create a cleavage shadow by using a contouring shade down the center of your chest.
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Vicky wrote:
64) 4/11/2008 3:36:33 PM
I'd say I agree... be happy with what you have and enhance them if you want without taking drastic measures. Victoria's Secret is always great. I wish my boobs were smaller honestly...
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HeartNSoul wrote:
65) 4/11/2008 3:36:55 PM
Also, if you're worried about popping out of the push up bra any at all, put a sports bra on over it and bam, coverage plus extra support! Works great for me.
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naturegrrrl333 wrote:
66) 4/11/2008 3:37:07 PM
To make your bust more noticeable put a little body glitter on and above your cleavage. Also if you have a large bust don't wear tops with frills down the front, it makes your bust look huge!!
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ria wrote:
67) 4/11/2008 3:37:28 PM
Hey guys I love to wear tight fitting clothes that make my breasts stand out even more :)
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hushu wrote:
68) 4/11/2008 3:37:44 PM
I never understood this bologna! Why do you need your boobs to look bigger? To attract a man? Won't he eventually find out that your boobs aren't that big and full? Hey, if that's what you like to spend your cash on then go for it!
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RikiRose wrote:
69) 4/11/2008 3:37:45 PM
Victoria's Secret is my favorite as well when it comes to comfort, yet sexy. I also "need help" in this area and live in my Very Sexy with Gel-Curve. Another tip I just learned is from make-up artist Eve Pearl. She uses a blush brush to apply bronzer to give a "rounded" look. Check out this video clip for how to:
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Jenny2008 wrote:
70) 4/11/2008 3:40:29 PM
I've heard that eating papayas is good for that, but I'm not sure I care so much about it. I've heard many women with large breasts complain of backaches, and I'd hate that.
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school girl wrote:
71) 4/11/2008 3:40:30 PM
I love some push up wire bras that give you the extra push you need and then puting on some shiny glitter always helps get the guys to notice
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crazygirl wrote:
72) 4/11/2008 3:44:18 PM
Hey guys, I love to wear dresses that are a little tight from the chest area which gives others the illusion of me having a bigger chest than i do
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coe-coe wrote:
73) 4/11/2008 3:44:33 PM
Apparently bananas can be a good bust enhancer! Mushing one up, putting it in an old bra and wearing the mushy mixture for a few hours can help to "perk things up"! Never tried it myself, but some friends tell me it works!!
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glendenny wrote:
74) 4/11/2008 3:45:34 PM
I am a big fan of Victoria's Secret Very Sexy Bra's. I am a mother of 4, and trust me, the "toobies" need some lifting.
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Rachel wrote:
75) 4/11/2008 3:46:39 PM
I have an average sized chest and I don't really do anything to make them look larger. Not all guys prefer larger breasts, by the way.
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sbcatch35 wrote:
76) 4/11/2008 3:46:43 PM
If the tops not TOO low cut, it does wonders for your cleavage if you can put on a shelf-bra tank top over a bra (and then under another shirt, or you could leave it alone). Back when I was still a small B, it did WONDERS for my girls.
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Elena wrote:
77) 4/11/2008 3:51:12 PM
Power to the padded bra! It gives women around the world self confidence!
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Bailers wrote:
78) 4/11/2008 3:53:17 PM
Every night I use my easycurves, which claims to lift, firm, and tone my breasts. I also like wearing padded bras because I'm lacking in boobs. Other than that, I haven't found any way to fill out my bust!
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Elena wrote:
79) 4/11/2008 3:54:10 PM
Victoria's Secret push up bra is one of the most reccomended bra's in America and I use then every day. I must admit they are a little pricey at times!
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enticing wrote:
80) 4/11/2008 3:52:38 PM
I'll be the first to admit that I am flat. But I have learned to work with what I have been given. I find that Victoria's secret bras do work well to give me an extra push. And of course, there is always the padded push up bras which works wonders. Also, I believe wearing tops that are flattering for your certain chest size can give the illusion of having a bigger chest size than what you have.
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Brittany K. wrote:
81) 4/11/2008 3:54:38 PM
I think the best thing you can do is embrace whatever size of boobs that you have. Also, I have DD's, and I found that after I went and got a professional bra fitting and figured out what size I really was I looked and felt so much better!
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harlequinn wrote:
82) 4/11/2008 3:54:57 PM
Anything from BareNecessities rocks. Their bras are cost less than most Victoria Secret, and they tend to be sexier, too, ha... plus, they continually have offers for anywhere from 10-80 percent off their designer labels! They're low shipping cost, fast, and rarely disappoint. Sincerely, they're my favorite bra stop -- actually, my on-again/off-again boyfriend became on-again as soon as he saw my latest acquisition, ha. Check them out!
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Teera961 wrote:
83) 4/11/2008 3:56:44 PM
Sometimes if I need an extra lift, I squeeze my shoulders together slightly and my breasts lift and get firm. Other than that, I can't live without my push-up bra!
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LA_kgn wrote:
84) 4/11/2008 3:56:50 PM
a calvin klein front-close push-up bra... i'm an A-cup and it gives me cleavage.... it's my fave :)
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Deefrombrooklyn wrote:
85) 4/11/2008 3:58:55 PM
What i DO is i add these pads lol.there great and i put 2 in each boob like on your underside of the boob it works great instand ccleavages i havent be able to realyl afford the victoria secret one but i would def one day when i have the money and of coasre all us women i bet do the lift up and out hahaha !! ..p.s ever try sewing the front a lil closer togther!! that works with strong threaddd =)
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m&m's wrote:
86) 4/11/2008 3:59:28 PM
I always wear Victoria's Secret's Secret Embrace push-up bras. I'm a 32A (sigh) but the bras give me a boost and are seamless, too. There's also some VS bras that have removable cups, so you can always try those and ad more volume where needed.
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tigeress wrote:
87) 4/11/2008 4:04:11 PM
a little bronzer right on the cleavage. works wonders!
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j_dooley7 wrote:
88) 4/11/2008 4:04:46 PM
The best bra's ever are the victoria secrets "Pink" brand the best underwire bra and good padding for those girls that dont have a lot up there :)
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godsbabygirl wrote:
89) 4/11/2008 4:05:24 PM
ok well i have a c/d cup and i have noticed that if you wear stripes going horizontally it seems to make your bust bigger and that if you wear them vertically it makes them smaller i have also noticed that the more coverage you have for a big bust the better cuz with the demi cups in a d cup i can neva fit in i seem to fall out of them everytime also if you get a bra with more of a middle than just a piece of string it seems to bring them closer to you and make them look alot fuller than what they are
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Cool wrote:
90) 4/11/2008 4:05:47 PM
That is great to know! Thanks!
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j_dooley7 wrote:
91) 4/11/2008 4:06:02 PM
The best bra's ever are the victoria secrets "Pink" brand the best underwire bra and good padding for those girls that dont have a lot up there :)
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j_dooley7 wrote:
92) 4/11/2008 4:06:26 PM
The best bra's ever are the victoria secrets "Pink" brand the best underwire bra and good padding for those girls that dont have a lot up there :)
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DodgerPrincess wrote:
93) 4/11/2008 4:06:43 PM
I can sympathize because I used to be a C cup, lost some weight and now I am a B!!!! One of the tricks that I use is buying a cup size smaller when you buy a demi cup bra. It makes a big difference in the cleavage area. Other than that, sometimes you just have to be happy with the handfull that you have!
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phlegmily wrote:
94) 4/11/2008 4:06:56 PM
I usually put a folded cotton pad right in the bottom of each cup for a little extra push up
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tig911 wrote:
95) 4/11/2008 4:09:51 PM
pushup bras, and bronzer/highlighter to contour each breast.
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OldGal wrote:
96) 4/11/2008 4:11:15 PM
Buy the best-fitting bra you can afford, and make sure it is cut properly to bring up the breasts to create cleavage. Sounds stupid-simple, but when you're shopping for bras after a major weight loss or after your breasts have deflated significantly, you may think you can't get cleavage again, but that's not true. If the bra gives some upward and inward support, you should be able to still show nice cleavage and no sag, aslong as the bra has been properly fitted. So don't be shy when asking for a fitting! Fitters are our friends! OldGal
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Lo V wrote:
97) 4/11/2008 4:14:44 PM
Victoria's Secret definitely has the best bras for enhancing/creating cleavage. I have shopped all over and always go back to them!
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unipeg wrote:
98) 4/11/2008 4:15:19 PM
Silicone inserts. I have a couple of really nice tops that I love, that are designed for someone with a little more assets up top than I possess. So, to fill them out, so I don't look completely pathetic, I got myself a pair of silicone falsies. I don't wear them regularly, just when I need to fill out those specific shirts. They look pretty real and form fit right to my natural girls with body heat. They do the job. For the most part I've just learned to accept that my boobs aren't the biggest, and I don't need them to be. My husband likes them just fine and I'm happy with that. :) I got them at a "craft and fabric store" (national chain) and they were relatively cheap too, but good quality.
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ash898989 wrote:
99) 4/11/2008 4:16:32 PM
i like victoria secrets bras the best
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Bailers wrote:
100) 4/11/2008 4:56:17 PM
I have tiny boobs too! The only bras I wear are pushups though so that what I do have is enhanced.
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Biofit wrote:
101) 4/11/2008 5:30:28 PM
I LOVE the new VS Biofit bra. I barely know I have it on!
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Sallster wrote:
102) 4/11/2008 5:47:38 PM
A great tip I picked up is to put on your favorite push up or regular bra, and then use tanning lotion or bronzer to create definition. To do this, put the lotion/bronzer starting at the cleavage and then continue along the line of your chest. It really defines and makes your chest look larger for all you small-busted ladies.
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applepeele wrote:
103) 4/11/2008 5:49:29 PM
Get some blush or other powder, slightly deeper-toned than your skin. Dust a light line in the cleavage area, and it creates a shadow appearance, which totally makes it look like cleavage. Just don't go overboard!
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Vici wrote:
104) 4/11/2008 5:53:30 PM
I have small breasts, so I'm really intrigued by this bra. The only thing that really works to make my boobs look bigger is a push up bra. But that can only do so much. Generally I try at all costs to avoid low cut tops, but its so boring! lol. Hopefully the bra you guys recommended will do the job, Im definitely going to give it a try. Thanks!
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Missy92890 wrote:
105) 4/11/2008 6:04:19 PM
I"m also a bearly B cup but I do have this bra and it really helps. Also when wearing other bras I find that if I pull the straps together in the back (like a racer back) and tie them there with a little string it gives me even more clevage! hope it helps
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Norma! wrote:
106) 4/11/2008 6:08:28 PM
wear a pushup bra, and then wear a belt right under your boobs, and they seriously POP out! i do it all the time and my boyfriend's always like "wow.. those are HUGe!"
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hi wrote:
107) 4/11/2008 6:23:50 PM
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hi wrote:
108) 4/11/2008 6:27:27 PM
you should push up because it shows more
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desiigurl wrote:
109) 4/11/2008 6:30:51 PM
omg! this has always been my one problem too. my sisters were blessed with it from my dad's side but i was more on my mom's side. didn't get blessed until victoria's secret kicked into my liife too! =]
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HedgeHog wrote:
110) 4/11/2008 6:40:22 PM
Lighter colored tops help with looking like you have more up top. Id have to say tho I don't see the big deal in having huge boobs. BIG DEAL. I am a 34B and LOVE them.
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Marylou wrote:
111) 4/11/2008 6:47:40 PM
That's really amazing. I will definitely need to try that out because I would definitely love to have any cleavage when wearing a low cut shirt. THANKS FOR THE RECOMMENDATION! =)
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Candice wrote:
112) 4/11/2008 7:32:19 PM
If you wear tops where it is textured near the bust, it will make it seem fuller as well. Wear tighter shirts and shorter shirts.
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Je Voudrais.... wrote:
113) 4/11/2008 7:56:14 PM
good quality bra makes all the difference.
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sherambles wrote:
114) 4/11/2008 8:09:25 PM
My favorite way to make me look filled out more is wearing a v-neck top that is slightly tight on top. Also, wearing a padded push up bra (say, Victoria's Secret IPEX) helps loads! Not wearing a bra would certainly make you look as small as you really are, so the more padded, the better!
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Celebrations Look UR Best wrote:
115) 4/11/2008 8:17:50 PM
I have always been heavy chested. So heavy I needed a breast reduction. Now my girls are a full D cup and loving it. I still wear push up to give me that nice cleavage look. And love underwire bra. Just have to make sure I find a good bra with good support!
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Lipglosslover wrote:
116) 4/11/2008 8:23:45 PM
I have a bra from Olga and its a black/white floral print. There's no underwire although they've designed the cups to allow for cleavage. I'm a 34B and when I wear this bra on the 2nd or 3rd notch, my boobies look more full and perky. Maybe adjusting the straps to push your ladies up and keep them smiling could help. I'm also wearing a Platex bra, flesh colour, wireless and designed to also give you either more or less cleavage and its really comfortable. I wear this one alot for work and leave the Olga bra for going out. I find that if a bra is made very well, without underwire you can pretty much be assured that there will be allowance for deciding whether or not you want to go big or tone it down a bit.
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mrstran wrote:
117) 4/11/2008 8:49:54 PM
As a certified bra fitter, I can say that the smallest busts can increase a full cup size while still looking natural underneath a blouse if you are wearing WACOAL'S PUSH UP I-BRA. Unlike Victoria's Secret bras which focus on adding bulk, but not sculpting the best and most flush shape, the I-Bra tapes and thins out at the sides to add fullness, give dimension, and lie flush against your skin instead of gapping out like many other push up bras. Imagine that! A push up bra that doesn't open up and expose your bare breasts when you lean over and turn to the side. It's the best bra ever.
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118) 4/11/2008 8:55:00 PM
i have that same bra and it's amazingggg. i can never wear a different bra ever again! when i needed more cleavage for my banquet dress, nude colored duck tape worked really well.
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Eve wrote:
119) 4/11/2008 9:27:38 PM
I currently use a push up bra and it's not very effective. Because my chest is *ahem* uneven, one side is filled out, but the other isn't. Annoying, much? I'm an A cup and it's really hard sometimes to fill out those amazing, but BUSTY dresses, tops, swimsuits, etc.
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debbadoo wrote:
120) 4/11/2008 9:43:32 PM
I don't have the no cleavage problem...just the opposite. But, having a D-cup has it's own problems. The best thing to do, is to find a good support bra, that feels good, and supports your back and breasts for the best shape and posture possible. The asthetics parts are really secondary in my opinion. A clever girl can assemble a wardrobe to accentuate any part of her body she wants.
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sunshine wrote:
121) 4/11/2008 9:48:09 PM
i sometimes wear a bra just one size smaller and put it on the tightest hook when i want a little extra attention. just make sure its a full coverage, cuz you dont want too much attention if ya know what i mean.
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lisalmg25 wrote:
122) 4/11/2008 9:51:39 PM
I alway wear a bra that fits well. I have myself professionally measured so that I get the right fit. If my bra is to tight it makes my bust look smaller and lumpy.
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hi wrote:
123) 4/11/2008 9:57:19 PM
i think that you should push up because then it will attract the guys even more.
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toothcleaner wrote:
124) 4/11/2008 10:26:56 PM
I have a push-up with foam pads and gell inserts and clear straps. that would be my going out bra.
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not busty either, but i make it work! wrote:
125) 4/11/2008 10:35:49 PM
One type of bra that really helps to full out a tshirt would be a bra with the adjustable straps in between the cups. Bally's makes a really nice one. With this one you can pull the cups together which makes you appear fuller. Try it! It works!
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Mary-Sue Slayer wrote:
126) 4/11/2008 10:41:02 PM
Well, I'm about a 38C and since I'm only 16, I don't like to do the whole "hoochie-mama" thing. I really like Playtex minimizing bras, because they let me keep my curves without being too obvious. And I can wear them under pretty much any shirt.
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ellabella wrote:
127) 4/11/2008 11:11:30 PM
I've learned to embrace my lack of cleavage and not wear those pinching, pushing bras. Wearing the right size bra and certain fashions that benefit the chest is my best option!
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tracker2003 wrote:
128) 4/11/2008 11:50:42 PM
What about us big busted women who want a cleavage? Victoria Secrets doesn't carry a 44DD, do they?
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Sagey wrote:
129) 4/12/2008 12:04:16 AM
Thank you so much Achelle! With prom coming up, I had no idea what to do! I didnt want to be embarrassed... now I know! Ill go out and get this right away!!!
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tena wrote:
130) 4/12/2008 1:02:12 AM
hey, i dont have the busty area either. sad but what to do ? so i fill my bra with cotton. beacause those bras are too darn expensive. the cotton works really great just put in below your boobs, and it will work like those pushup bras. and much cheaper. And the results are FANTASTIC. try it :)
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LolaMosk3 wrote:
131) 4/12/2008 1:42:02 AM
I happen to be one of those that are well endowed but whatever works is good for you!! : ) Push-ups are awesome!
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jtowngenie wrote:
132) 4/12/2008 2:54:19 AM
I completely agree with the Infinity Edge bra. Also, adding a little sparkle dust between the girls can draw a glimpse or two!
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hudzz10 wrote:
133) 4/12/2008 3:36:19 AM
Hey girls i myself am not blessed with big boobs but i do hav a secret that works amazingly! wearing a tank top with a shelf bra(but still wear a bra underneath) under ur top or shirt it creates instant cleavage. It works for me so i hope it works for u :]
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Jbear wrote:
134) 4/12/2008 1:15:57 PM
To enhance, I wear a strapless push-up underneath a Victoria's Secret Gel Push-Up bra. It bumps me up at least 2 sizes!
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Magnolia7312 wrote:
135) 4/12/2008 1:52:41 PM
I also have not been blessed in that department as well. My philosophy is if you have small boobs, focus on other things. I tend to buy clothes that flatter my slender figure. Or you can buy clothes that have lots of fabric at the chest area (ie shirt with frills or pockets). When I buy bras, it has to be comfortable, padded, and pretty.
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XxElizabethxX wrote:
136) 4/12/2008 4:26:35 PM
As an "barely fill out an A" i wear an underwire bra with exra padding it gives me more "up thier" wearing an a kinda it almost emmberising!! but i dont want too much!!
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Bustier!!! wrote:
137) 4/12/2008 11:53:43 AM
I totally agree that the infinity edge push up is one of the greatest things created of all time, but i firmly belive that if you don't have big boobs, its not a bad thing!As someone who is well endowed in that area I must say that at times they are a pain in the neck, and I would much rather be like you A and B ladies who don't have to wear a bra all the time and can wear a reavealing top without looking like a hoochimama. So be proud of whatever u have ladies! In any case the sexiest thing you have is your confidence!
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norawuzhere wrote:
138) 4/12/2008 5:57:19 PM
i have the same bra, one in yellow and one in buff. i love the pushupiness, and the support. the colors it comes in are ridiculously adorable, too!
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naaliyah wrote:
139) 4/12/2008 7:57:06 PM
yeah I have the same problems because i am so little at the top but thank God for VS I love their bras
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Stephrenay wrote:
140) 4/12/2008 8:11:39 PM
To strap down my bust, I've found that loose fitting tops minimize my large chest. Tight tops stretch around the breasts, causing people to look at that area. This goes for jackets as well. It's best to wear a cropped jacket or double breasted blazer to minimize the bust line, it works for me anyway.
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Janai95 wrote:
141) 4/12/2008 11:22:56 PM
Okay, if you want some more chest, you have to get the best...ALWAYS GET A PUSH-UP BRA WITH UNDERWIRE AND CUPS! Most underwire bras (from my experience) are very comfortable unless you ware them out. But no bra stuffing and no breast implants because if you stuff them they'll look lumpy and implants are painful so just use underwire bras with cups.
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Aurora Zarco wrote:
142) 4/12/2008 11:53:14 PM
I need to say that I really love the make up from e.l.f. its so cheap $1.00 I still can believe it, the product is so good my face its very sensitive I can not use just anything on it so I was not sure about this product so I started with a little and since than I can't stop buying more its good on my skin and it looks good I recommand it to everybody!
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june14 wrote:
143) 4/13/2008 12:30:12 AM
I wear Victoria secret bras as well and i do not have any cleavage to speak of. Their push up bras are great. I am a small D.... I buy a C cup instead of a D when I buy their push up bra's, talk about wow! My husband had that same response.
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tonya wrote:
144) 4/13/2008 5:00:02 AM
i think both ways
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lena wrote:
145) 4/13/2008 8:04:58 AM
It would be really cool if that worked for me, but unfortunately, I am really not blessed in that department (34A) and I doubt they will grow if that thing can give me cleavage, it is a miracle worker.
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Terry wrote:
146) 4/13/2008 10:20:09 AM
i always need padded and wired bras to have cleavage. sometimes i'd just wear clothes that don't emphasize that much on boobs. ^^
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Tati wrote:
147) 4/13/2008 11:05:51 AM
Just wanted to let everyone know that I basically bought 1 or 2 of each item. I received the package in less than a week. The makeup is amazing and you can't beat the price!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks
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amrowla wrote:
148) 4/13/2008 11:51:39 AM
I 100% agree!
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makeupmaven 49 wrote:
149) 4/13/2008 11:57:33 AM
I did place a post regarding your mascara, and did not get any gift the lip glosses though....and the brushes..........E L F ROCKS
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Tnt-rex wrote:
150) 4/13/2008 3:16:08 PM
I love VS bras but don't always love the prices. Any word on some on-line sales or discounts?? Don't you know, the bra you really want is NEVER included in the good sales. I'll be keeping an eye out for this one.
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gem613 wrote:
151) 4/13/2008 4:31:13 PM
Yes, the Victoria's Secret bras work well. They've got enough padding to make a B cup into a C cup. While they used to provide quality products (I have some Emma bras that have lasted years), these new 'turtle' bras break down very quickly. Some break down in as little as six months! And, I'm not talking about wearing one or two bras for six months (yuk)! Victoria's Secret bras are way too expensive to only last six months. And, forget white. Grey/tan is more like it. Even when washed in their now-discontinued intimate wash. Now I know why it's a secret. False advertising is more like it. I'm trying new brands to see if the quality is this bad everywhere and, so far, I'm impressed with much more comfort.
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STARSHINE15044 wrote:
152) 4/13/2008 5:54:05 PM
I too have little boobies, But i still wear low cut tops etc. And i am quite perky for my age. Well i wanted to more cleavage for a wedding i was attending. Like i want to look Hot. I shopped from store to store, and Then i went into Victoria Secret's Store and approched a very outgoing salesgirl and very sweet. She said i have the thing just for you. She showed me the Victoria’s Secret Infinity Edge Push Up Bra. She said you will be a knockout. Well needless to save the day of the wedding i thought this is not going to work, ahhhh well i said give it a try. I was soooo glad i did. My husband said wow, wow, wow, where have you been hiding them. My man said you are so hot, you look beautiful and sexy too. I just giggled like a school girl. Well the single guys followed me like a puppy dog, and so did my husband. I was so thrilled to have found my new friend, the Victoria’s Secret Infinity Edge Push Up Bra. All i can say is WOW i have Cleavage..And you can too.
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hi wrote:
153) 4/13/2008 11:11:33 PM
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brunetteandfun wrote:
154) 4/14/2008 11:15:11 AM
My secret is the NuBra. It is a strapless stick-on bra that actually STICKS!! I can wear it with all different types of shirts... low-cut, tank-tops, backless, strapless and never ever have to worry! Also, you can really decide how much cleavage you want anyday just by how far apart you stick each cup. I am a small B cup and I can actually give myself an incredible amount of cleavage depending on my mood!! They are only around $30-$35 dollars and can be washed and reused! NuBra= AMAZING!!
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Vicki H wrote:
155) 4/14/2008 11:18:27 AM
I wish I didn't have that cleavage. I have too much and it is not attractive when they start to sag. I love the Victoria's Secret bra they came out with before. It helps me look a little less endowed.
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Mp wrote:
156) 4/14/2008 11:41:54 AM
I went to walmart and they had these silicone gel inserts. I found that if you put those in the bottom outside corners of your bras that helps alot. If your gonig to be dancing this I recommend putting them underneath where the push pad are in your bra to ensure they don't fly out. I also wear Victorias Secret Sexy collections those work wonders!!
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fhockey27 wrote:
157) 4/14/2008 11:44:11 AM
I hate shopping at the beauty counters - they put so much pressure on you to buy something that you feel bad not to. Sometimes, you'll get your makeup done and look absolutely horrible, though, so you don't want to buy anything!!
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jjn wrote:
158) 4/14/2008 11:55:29 AM
In terms of making your check look fuller I have heard of people actually wearing more than 1 bra! Also, anyone ever try the water bras? Those are GREAT! As for toning down the cleavage I have heard that some models use saran wrap! Doesn't sound too confortable though!
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Lack of wrote:
159) 4/16/2008 6:07:07 PM
I also have the same problem, I am very small chested and have a hard time wearing those types of clothing that most women wear. I also have recently purchased a Victoria Secrets Very Sexy bra and was very pleased and now have one in every color. They are worth the price!
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Cleavage without trying wrote:
160) 4/14/2008 11:59:17 AM
Strapping down the bust area has never been one of my problems- but pumping it has been. I always layer a tank with a shelf bra with something like an VS Angel Push-Up bra. The elastic on the shelf bra (which you can even move up to "help") keeps everything in check and lets your push-up do the rest. It gives the "cleavage without trying" look we'd all love to have.
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Girlcop63 wrote:
161) 4/14/2008 12:16:27 PM
I totally agree, the only diffrence is I am a C cup and when I put this bra on it was like VAVAVAVOOM! Love it!!
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Ambi wrote:
162) 4/14/2008 12:31:20 PM
I'm no double d either. I also rely on Victoria's secret to hold up the girls and give cleavage. Sometimes though, I opt for a more natural look with a little bralette from Maidenform. It looks natural and enhances the shape of my small but cute breasts.
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Saralee wrote:
163) 4/14/2008 12:41:19 PM
I am 5'8, 135lbs with barely an A cup....i call it a WONDERBRA-the WONDER OF GEL - my husband will call it false advertising but I say it fills everything out in proportion and looks great and makes everything looks natural with my body!
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AmyHoglin wrote:
164) 4/14/2008 12:56:49 PM
I have to admit, being a barely A cup after breastfeeding, I find that leaving well enough alone is as good. I would love to have cleavage but at this point I think I would be happy if they sat on my chest where they were supposed to. Can you tell I wasn't really blessed with big boobs? LOL, seriously though, I would try the bra out now that my boobs are about the same size again, but I don't see it doing much. I simply don't have enough on my chest anymore.
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montana wrote:
165) 4/14/2008 1:37:02 PM
the Victoria Secret Very Sexy front closer bra's enhance your bust as well, even if you have an A cup. They're very comfortable and your sweetie is sure to notice. Plus they're so pretty.
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MsPoca22 wrote:
166) 4/14/2008 1:37:09 PM
I love Vicky's Secret's bras. Although that can be really expensive. I love getting them on sale with either a coupon or through the semi annual sale. And they last a long time. I'm a D cup and I do have problems with cleavage. Some bras don't support enough. Just make sure you take your time on deciding which bra is right for you. I hop around in the dressing room to make sure the bra can endure everyday activities :-]
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supernaturalmom wrote:
167) 4/14/2008 1:55:35 PM
You're right...Victoria Secret bra's WORK as they state. They are pricey but WORTH it if you need/want the cleavage. I have several in different colors...luv them!
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roclette wrote:
168) 4/14/2008 2:25:46 PM
I have problems with "the puppies" looking perky. I am a DD nearly e. and I have no idea what to use to keep them from sagging.
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MEEZER wrote:
169) 4/14/2008 3:06:16 PM
passed the test (polite correction)
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Amy R wrote:
170) 4/14/2008 3:24:06 PM
I have been gifted in that area, but I have the same problem with the dresses bust emphasizing tops. I've found the best thing is a camisole that fits tight against my body to wear under. It keeps them strapped in and nicely in place, more so than a bra.
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Lilz wrote:
171) 4/14/2008 3:38:37 PM
I think it would be a valid point to point out to young girls that larger breasts aren't always a good thing. I have DDD's and those suckers wont hold themselves up on their own! Breasts too big for your body can be VERY painful. Girls need to learn that less can be more in the cleavage department, not that more is better, because it's not. And, not to mention? The model in the picture shown has fake breasts that don't need a bra to support them as they're not real. You can tell by the distinctive shape the implant causes. And according to Glamour magazine's poll of men, most men prefer women WITHOUT implants. And to all you young things out there, considering implants; wait until after college and see how you feel about it then.
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Diva wrote:
172) 4/14/2008 4:11:32 PM
When I was a B cup I wore push up bras for certain shirts because I didn't fill some of them out. Now that I am a bit bigger (from weight gain but slowly going back to B) I don't need much "push up" but sometimes I do still wear a push up bra to make the shirt or whatever fit better and look better. it's not a lot of push though because I don't want them up to my chin. ;)
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BLoNdiE968 wrote:
173) 4/14/2008 4:53:04 PM
i would really love this i always need and extra push lol!
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lyndsaystar wrote:
174) 4/14/2008 5:48:59 PM
Well i actually just try on a bunch of bras until i find the one my body looks good with! I don't know how they do it!
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lea* wrote:
175) 4/14/2008 5:51:08 PM
one thing i've learned is that when you get a brand new bra, you should ALWAYS start on the loosest clasp and as the bra ages and stretches, THEN you tighten to the next clasp and so on. if you fit it and buy it based on the tightest possible fit, you have no where to go as it stretches over time! and then you get saggy with no choice but to buy a whole new bra (unless you like saggy boobs...)
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babycoqui wrote:
176) 4/14/2008 6:26:58 PM
She is right. I absolutely love that Victoria secret bra. I just gives you a support that I have been able to find in other brand name bras.
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gabey wrote:
177) 4/14/2008 8:17:35 PM
I have tried many push up bras, and none have given me cleavage. I doubt this would work either. I am a 32A. Could I really ever have cleavage? Even with this bra?
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Tii wrote:
178) 4/14/2008 8:38:22 PM
I am barely a B and found a great push up at H&M actually, a fraction the price and more in my size, 32B, which is barely represented at Victoria's Secret.
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BB wrote:
179) 4/14/2008 9:49:40 PM
It's all about the Victoria's Secret Very Sexy, especially the racerback. Not only does is push them up a little, it really pushes them together which is not really cheating, right?
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Aweful wrote:
180) 4/14/2008 10:22:42 PM
You people should be extremely ashamed of yourselves for this article. I woman should not need a push up bra to feel sexy. And show cleavage like a cheap prostitute. You should be encouraging girls to be happy and comfortable with who they are. But I guess that's what you get when you are all a bunch of sell outs. I hope you made lots of dirty money for your part in supporting vicooria Secret like the cheap whores you are. Shame.
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KJrck wrote:
181) 4/14/2008 11:06:54 PM
I love this bra! It's the only bra I wear, I'll never try another bra.
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Little Mama wrote:
182) 4/15/2008 11:42:58 AM
I have never had a problem with having small breast, but after having children I had a problem with uneven ones. I have found that a little extra padding on the one side inside my bra takes care of the problem, and no one ever notices.
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kcook wrote:
183) 4/15/2008 12:44:42 PM
i also am a B and victoria secret has been my freind for a long time now.....they have the best bras for whatever size!
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Kiera<3 wrote:
184) 4/15/2008 6:42:25 PM
That's crazy! I tried one on, but it didnt work all that well. Im an A, but even that barely fits!and thse bras are like $50! what do i do!
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lis wrote:
185) 4/15/2008 8:17:40 PM
Being a person no blessed in the boob area, I can sympathize with all those who have the same problem as me. I’ve found that buying low cut shirts with some kind of boob definition in them makes you look much bigger!
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Tia_inthe480 wrote:
186) 4/16/2008 6:05:21 AM
I know exactly what you mean. I struggle with filling out a lot of my clothing but what I have found that works is getting the bras that fasten in the front. These types of bras tend to push my chest up and bring them together. These bras are the only ones I wear now.
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wishiwasbigger wrote:
187) 4/15/2008 10:51:39 AM
So i really know what you mean when you say you don't have much to show for. I am only a 34B. I've tryed about every trick in the book. About the only thing that has made me look more fuller would be a water bra. They are awesome. I really love mine. No surgery, and you can look a size bigger. It's great. It has made my boobs look bigger and fuller. So that would be my trick for all of you ladies.
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wishiwasbigger wrote:
188) 4/15/2008 10:52:07 AM
So i really know what you mean when you say you don't have much to show for. I am only a 34B. I've tryed about every trick in the book. About the only thing that has made me look more fuller would be a water bra. They are awesome. I really love mine. No surgery, and you can look a size bigger. It's great. It has made my boobs look bigger and fuller. So that would be my trick for all of you ladies.
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CuteAthena wrote:
189) 4/15/2008 5:26:01 PM
There's no sense in false advertising for men when it comes to how your boobs look. If you have small breasts, well, there are lots of men out there who would prefer smaller breasts! I say, appreciate what you have! I do, however, recommend wearing patterned shirts or layers on top to even out a smaller chest with larger hips/bottom. Wonderbra is great too!
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dramachick wrote:
190) 4/16/2008 2:22:20 PM
bonjour, dahlings! I have heard of you unblessed peeps! So sad. Very, very trieste! Srry. I have them. And anyways, I just wanted to tell you this juicy lil bit o' gossip. Well, the victoria secret leason ( I CAN NOT spell, srry!) said that vickie's is going to BACK OFF THERE Y IMAGE!! What a load of crap! Well, here's a tip. It's said that attention makes the bust perk up, so make sure that you appreciate them everyday!! Lots of love ~ Dramachick!!
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Cassie258 wrote:
191) 4/16/2008 9:38:20 PM
I always get a bra just slightly smaller than my boobs and that ends up pushing up my boobs. If you want to minimize, try wearing a full coverage bra. If you want a boost, try going a cup smaller. Try the bras on first before you buy them. That always helps.
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Lissa61 wrote:
192) 4/16/2008 11:30:54 PM
Sometimes it does make me want to buy certain items if a famous person endorses it. If the make up make their skin look flawless or an article of clothing hides bulges it makes me more inclined to buy it.
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ivana wrote:
193) 4/17/2008 12:22:13 PM
Victoria's Secret do offer Gel inserts for the Intimissimi bras for that bust enhancement or say for the push up.
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dancemakeup wrote:
194) 4/17/2008 4:19:06 PM
wow i really need to go out and get one of these!
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Maggieb373 wrote:
195) 4/17/2008 6:20:14 PM
Well, this is pretty much the opposite for me! "Luckily" i have been blessed with a big chest, but it deffinitly has its downsides...let me tell you! Cloths are probably the worst because its hard to find things that fit me in the chest and in the stomach area. Also many shirts look way too revealing to be worn alone, so i find myself wearing a tanktop under almost all my shirts. Now i know what your probably thinking...why is this girl complaining? haha Well having big boobs truely isnt everything, and you just gotta work w/ what you got!!! Lovee maggie
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teddi13 wrote:
196) 4/17/2008 6:35:12 PM
too make it look like you have more dust some bronzer in the the v of your chest.
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Newbie1051 wrote:
197) 4/17/2008 7:59:43 PM
I cant stand underwire its so uncomfterble. by the way a man invented the bra so mean to make it so uncomfterbe
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Newbie1051 wrote:
198) 4/17/2008 8:12:56 PM
If you dont want to spend a lot of money on strapless bras take th strap to anornary tight bra and shove it in side with your chest i did it with a tube top nobody noticed the difference
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carmen wrote:
199) 4/19/2008 2:06:19 AM
after you put on your bra, bend over so that your torso is parallel with the ground. use your hands and firmly "swoop" your back fat towards the front(along the band) and stuff it into the cups. over time, your back fat will slowly move into your boobies!
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Chel_xo wrote:
200) 4/20/2008 12:03:33 AM
i can really relate to you everyone in my family has been blessed in the chest area manly D cups and me mid-size B. and i wear nothing but push-up bras and the really do make the diffrence.
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KamiiRae wrote:
201) 4/21/2008 7:53:18 PM
I wasn't blessed with decent sized boobs, but the WonderBra works wonders. I suggest trying it... I know they are available at Kohl's for sure.
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Rosy Glow wrote:
202) 4/23/2008 8:16:20 PM
As someone who doesn't lack in natural endowment, I was pleasantly suprized to see that a pushup bra didn't make me look bigger, but actually thinner. When the girls are hiked up, the waist looks longer and leaner. Yay!
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kissie wrote:
203) 4/26/2008 10:41:07 PM
Sorry, I've got the opposite problem. I'm a 34D. But I do like VS b/c they have "pretty" bras that actually give you what you need, support. Hate the natural geographic look, I try to avoid the sagging.
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run for life :) wrote:
204) 5/13/2008 7:31:35 PM
I am a runner so i of course have no boobs.I have this amazing convertible bra from victorias secret with removable padding that actually makes me look like I have something. But most of the time I just wear sports bras and just accept who I am. :)
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tennisdancer21 wrote:
205) 5/17/2008 12:48:54 PM
I LOVE THIS BRA!! I am a barely there A and let me tell you, filling out dresses and tops and things is a challenge. So I put on this bra once with a rather low cut dress and BAM! My boyfriend had a hard time concentrating on my face. Haha.
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pixie dust wrote:
206) 5/17/2008 1:18:52 PM
out of my friends, i probably have the punniest boobs. i started wearing a push up bra and you cant emagine the difference!
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Mia wrote:
207) 5/24/2008 6:27:30 AM
I'm fairly blessed in that department (between C and D), but mama always taught me that more is better! I love the VS Very Sexy Collection because they have padding (hey, I have to compete with all the B cups that become magically C cups) AND the support I need for my almost-but not quite-big chest.
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keiko wrote:
208) 6/2/2008 2:03:16 PM
their bras are ammmmazing
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StopPuppyMills wrote:
209) 6/21/2008 2:29:08 PM
You can when your buying a bra if you have big boobs do the jump test in the changing room to see if the girls stay in place.
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Rosebee wrote:
210) 10/11/2008 6:45:59 AM
I love love love Fruit Of The Loom bras sold @ Wal-mart. As a 32-a it is the only bra that gives me a bit of *ooomf*. They come in all colours, funky patterns & prints. An added bonus is they are tag-less and inexpensive...about 10 bucks.
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secretive wrote:
211) 7/3/2009 6:35:30 PM
i am also a barely B cup and i am so bout to get that bra!! :)
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