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Stuffing the Bra?

Friday, April 24, 2009

Tissues, socks, cutlets, underwire, padding, there are several items out on the market to perk and enhance the bosom to look a little larger than what nature gave us. So when and where do you use these items? Do you use these items? I have to admit I have never tried those water bras in fear I might pop or leak…frightening mental pictures, could you imagine, “um excuse me Miss you seem to have sprouted a leak”.   Or those floppy bra chicken cutlet looking things, what if one fell out…lol how do you explain that one…"oops, nothing like a little snack on the go!?!" I’m all about a push-up bra though that creates a little extra but doesn’t disappoint when the real things are revealed. To stuff or not to stuff that is the question???

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monkeyheartC wrote:
1) 4/23/2009 10:04:23 PM
I feel that you should simply make do with what you were given and be happy your unique. However, I think that so long as you're keeping everything together it doesn't hurt to add a little extra oompf. Don't use tissues or socks thogh (totally unnatural, trust me, I tried); go for actual padded inserts. Hope you know what you want to do yourself but please take my advice.
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Lynetti wrote:
2) 4/23/2009 11:31:35 PM
I think not to stuff. Natural is way better. But sometimes one does have to admit that without a bosom, womanly clothes would look less good than they do.
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Pearls&Heels wrote:
3) 4/24/2009 10:10:04 AM
Nature didn't give me a lot to work with up top, but I find that the best way to deal with it is to wear a bra that is properly fitted and use some bronzer to enhance cleavage.
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Mewkitty13 wrote:
4) 4/24/2009 10:31:17 AM
I have not tried these items, but i've seen the water bras, and the plastic is pretty sturdy, i doubt it would leak.
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twin mom wrote:
5) 4/24/2009 10:44:23 AM
I say stuff!! If it makes you feel better about yourself go for it! Stuffing is cheaper than getting fake boobs.
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arual wrote:
6) 4/24/2009 10:50:00 AM
While I had mine surgically enhanced, my best friend uses the "chicken cutlets". Her little girl knows them as "mommy's boobies" and likes to play with them. Well, one day my friend's little girl came into the kitchen playing with something that looked like tan slime and her mom asked where she got it. The little girl replied, "From your boobie, Mommy". My friend ran into her bedroom and one of her chicken cutlets had been demolished and the insides were splattered all over the walls and floor. I guess the little girl just wanted to see what "mommy's boobies" were all about! LOL!
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7) 4/24/2009 10:55:38 AM
I really don't believe in stuffing anything. I have never used water bras or even planned to. I'm also scared of the leaking part. I'm twenty years old, and I have not felt the need to lie about my cup size. When I was in high school I did feel a little bit conscious about it and a little when I had a boyfriend. But, now at twenty, I feel that I should embrace what I have. My boyfriend has to do with a lot of the confidence that I have because I have talked about it with him and he says that he likes everything natural. If you wear water bras and then you want to take them out or an occasion like swimming... what do you do? People are going to notice the difference. Love your body! If you don't have the "perfect bra size" embrace the other features that you love like your eyes, smile, curves, a butt! =) Gin
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verybella wrote:
8) 4/24/2009 10:57:59 AM
I have one of those stick on silicone bras, but it is way to heavy and I don't want my chest to sag from using them too often, so I started to just use them like you would cutlets. They really just make it look like you are wearing a great bra, and give you a bit of shape without making your boobs touch in the middle ( I hate that, more than words can express.)They don't really add a lot of size, which is good I don't want huge boobs that don't fit with my body,(or into my clothes) they just help give them that fuller, bouncy appearance for when I wear low cut dresses and such. In other words, they perk your 'girls' up a bit ;)
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ldyx811 wrote:
9) 4/24/2009 10:59:06 AM
I always wear padded bras and waterbras. I am a very small a cup breasts and so i need all the help i can get. hahah, sadly. I've never tried the cutlets of fear that it would fall out or get loose and misplaced and give me a odd looking breast. hahha. But i depends on these bras to give a little bit of a bigger looking breast. I dont want any cosemetic surgey so bring on the underwire bras, waterbras, and pushup bras!
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ssjh wrote:
10) 4/24/2009 11:01:12 AM
No way! I've got enough stuff'n!
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Alikat wrote:
11) 4/24/2009 11:02:56 AM
I don't really need these items since I am a 38dd... but I do wear bras designed to push the girls up... ;-}
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jemmi wrote:
12) 4/24/2009 11:03:41 AM
I've never stuffed my bra with socks but I have worn many water bras. At first I was afraid they would pop or leak but I must admit they're very strong. My only suggestion is to be put your water bra away as soon as you wear it, if it gets stepped on it will pop. I wear my water bra when my dress or shirt needs a little more up there than I can do naturally, the water bra just gives the perfect lift I need.
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mick wrote:
13) 4/24/2009 11:06:57 AM
I actually prefer a good push up bra,the types from victorias secret. I've kinda fell in love with the angels push up bra. It uses air not padding or water to give you a little extra. And its not super big difference, just to give you a little perk.
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laurel52787 wrote:
14) 4/24/2009 11:10:38 AM
I would totally use this!! lol... Being a small A. As long as your man knows the real "You" theres no problem in wanting to fill out your shirts and feel more feminine
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Proxy013 wrote:
15) 4/24/2009 11:14:57 AM
I would definitely do the silicone (rubbery) things that I saw in "miss congeniality"!! I think those looked great, and you dont have to worry about napkins peeping or water bursting! Of course good ole' push up bras do the trick too!
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Odessa wrote:
16) 4/24/2009 11:15:17 AM
Fortunately, I never had tht problem(38d), but If I was in the position where I need to pad I dont think that I would, I would use a push up though. I would be to afraid that it would show itself at the wrong moment.
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kellydoeshair wrote:
17) 4/24/2009 11:15:19 AM
lol I have used cutlets and water bras and as far as springing a leak, being a new mom, and nursing, I STILL fear springing a leak! Although nursing has given me the "assets" I've always wanted! still, not without a little inconvenience :)
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Mel D. wrote:
18) 4/24/2009 11:15:48 AM
I just cant imagine an "accident" happen with those water bras and those chicken cutlets seem so rubbery. I would not want them near my body. I swear by the Victoria Secret angel push up they do wonders and feel great!! Best of all no one can tell that you have a little help!!
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Mrs. H wrote:
19) 4/24/2009 11:16:46 AM
I personally see no problem with a little extra padding! Women wear make up to make them prettier or cover up certain things, they will pay hundreds for the perfect jeans that make their bottom look just right, why not give a little extra boost where you need it? I've never stuffed with socks or anything like that, but I swear by Gel push up bras!!! They don't present the same worries as the water ones do because they don't leak, and they give a natural (boosted) look! LOVE THEM!!!
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bimbi284 wrote:
20) 4/24/2009 11:17:05 AM
I must admit...I am a bit on the small-ish side. This lends to not always being able to fill out certain tops or dresses, in which case I'll allow myself a little "boost" haha. I usually use a padded bra in those cases, but I also have some adhesive tatas from VS that I use when a bra may not be appropriate due to the style.
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Cas wrote:
21) 4/24/2009 11:22:12 AM
Prior to buying my own boobs....the water bra was my best friend! I just couldn't bring myself to use the inserts, because I couldn't have handled the embarrasement of one of them slipping out and hitting the floor :-)
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~Cheery~ wrote:
22) 4/24/2009 11:24:44 AM
I like to use a slightly padded push-up bra. It gives me the little extra boost I need and I don't have to worry about any embarrassing mishaps!
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Latinchik09 wrote:
23) 4/24/2009 11:27:57 AM
I personally have never tried tissues or socks. Im a big fan of underwire and push up. It makes me feel like something is there and i don't feel like my boobs are sagging down. The push up also gives me a nice curviture shape and enhances whats already there :)
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Anya wrote:
24) 4/24/2009 11:28:23 AM
I'm pretty conservative and don't like showing off more of my body than I need to, but once in a while when I want to feel sexy I think a push-up bra is a great way to go. I don't like underwire though, so does anyone know of any wireless push-up bras?
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LEEnda wrote:
25) 4/24/2009 11:22:44 AM
I'm super petite and tiny all over so I'm definitly thankful for inventions like the push up bra and cutlets. I don't wear them on a daily basis; only when I'm going out and want an extra boost of sexy!! The first time that I did wear the cutlets, they did slip out of my bra. Good thing I caught them in time and was able to put them back in place..LOL=) Can you imagine how embarressing it would have been if they did slip out all the way..? Also, I'm married so my hubby is fully aware of my tiny curves so when I take of my enhancements, there's so no surprise! =)
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Jenivere2006 wrote:
26) 4/24/2009 11:30:34 AM
I think women should just be happy with the cleavage they already have. I know men who like small-breasted women, and others who love an athletic, small-chested lady.
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Jyz wrote:
27) 4/24/2009 11:31:21 AM
I grew up with my two older brother being teased for being flat-chested. They said i can be confused as a boy instead of a girl. So since high school I have been eyeing on this sets of cutlets, water thingy and those enhancements.. but was afraid of the outcome that it might look so fake on my very little frame. One time at a pool party, i put on tissues in my bikini top, but my guy friends carried me and threw me in the pool!! the tissues didn't came out (thank God) but somebody noticed i became flatter after the incident.So then came my option: those push-up bras that can give me a little BOOST. =) To stuff is great if you can handle it, but knowing what i can handle and cannot, I SAY NO TO STUFFING! Thanks!
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Myzzbrat wrote:
28) 4/24/2009 11:34:04 AM
I'm a stuffer until the real things come in. Joanne's has a great price on stuffers and in a WIDE range of sizes. Greatly priced too. The oops moments have not been an issue since I got my stuffers from JoAnne's
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Cher wrote:
29) 4/24/2009 11:34:39 AM
I have never stuffed or used any products like that. I like to be more natural. I have used the stick on bras once but that was because the dress needed a bra and was backless. I would be worried all night that a water bra would pop or if I used tissues that they would fall out. I would rather have a good time instead of worrying about my boobs.
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girly wrote:
30) 4/24/2009 11:36:17 AM
There are so many cute padded bras for those who need a little extra. Cheating is just fine and will make you look even better.
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roxy2 wrote:
31) 4/24/2009 11:37:09 AM
I always wear padded bras even though I'm a 40C. I actually had reduction (uplift) surgery after losing massive weight from a gastric bypass years ago, so that added padding makes me feel normal, like I did before my surgery. I like the look it gives me in t-shirts, sweaters, and especially low-cuts. I believe you use what you can to make yourself feel good, and if it makes you look great in the process, well, even better!
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trina123 wrote:
32) 4/24/2009 11:37:39 AM
love them!
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Ericka25 wrote:
33) 4/24/2009 11:39:38 AM
I think that when you are going out with some girlfriends and don't plan on "taking anyone home" than where whatever sort of push up, pull up, tighten up, etc. bra you feel like. It won't be of any embarassment since no one will see it. Now if you are planning on meeting someone or are on a date, I would say either go with a regular bra or a push up. A litttle lift is always nice but doesn't take away from what is real. Especially if you are going to be spending a lot more time with this person, you want to stay consistent.
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nanni wrote:
34) 4/24/2009 11:39:58 AM
Do what makes you feel your best. There is nothing wrong with natural or a little extra help.
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red598 wrote:
35) 4/24/2009 11:40:17 AM
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lovelyluisav wrote:
36) 4/24/2009 11:40:18 AM
No way jose!! It would be really embarrassing to get busted.I use the lane bryant cacique deep plunge bras they have padding though, but it actually helps tame my "nipple shows" because of my piercings.
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Yoshi wrote:
37) 4/24/2009 11:40:59 AM
I only use a regular push up.. One time I was going out to a club and I tried on those little chicken-cut looking things, and they felt so weird that I just decided to not wear them!! As far as a water bra goes, I know someone who sprung a leak, and was totally humilated so I'll never wear one!!
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Black Rose wrote:
38) 4/24/2009 11:41:01 AM
I have found the water bras to be nice to wear under a fancy top. They are really derable so don't worry about springing a leak the only way that can happen this if some one jab with a sharp tool. And as for the cutlets if you get the right ones the sucksoin cup on to your skin. I wear my cutlets when i have been swimming and they have not fallen out yet. As for the push up bra they are my best friend they add that little extra to the perfect outfit.
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turner396 wrote:
39) 4/24/2009 11:42:09 AM
Bigger is not necessarily better, be happy with what God gave you, dress in a way to enhance your figure what ever size you may would be hard for me to be confident if I was continually worrying that something foreign might pop out of my shirt!!!!!! All sizes are beautiful for a confident, self assured woman.
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paper tart wrote:
40) 4/24/2009 11:42:37 AM
Cheaper than surgery! And easier to undo if you don't want to be busty.
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MissPiggy wrote:
41) 4/24/2009 11:43:22 AM
When I was younger I did, but now that I'm older and more confident I don't.
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MrWatson wrote:
42) 4/24/2009 11:43:27 AM
A push-up bra with a little built in padding is nice. I haven't tried the other products and would love to hear about others' experiences.
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mai v wrote:
43) 4/24/2009 11:43:30 AM
I absolutely love push-up bras!! I have the one with water jellies, and the air pushup bras as well. I wear them at night though, for some extra oomph when i wear low cut blouses. During the day and to work i usually just wear t-shirt bras so i can be more comnfortable.
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Leslie W wrote:
44) 4/24/2009 11:45:35 AM
If you feel a need to stuff always use the gel bras, that way no one can tell! And I usually only use them if I'm wearing a formal dress, otherwise, a pushup does wonders!
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Toast wrote:
45) 4/24/2009 12:42:28 PM
Get the bras with the 'pouch' with the removable 'stuffin'. That way, the gel packs don't fall out. The gel feels more natural than regular padding. VS has them.
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Layrenjitus wrote:
46) 4/24/2009 12:43:16 PM
I personally don't stuff mine, but I guess if it makes you feel better then go ahead! Just make sure that no guy finds out or I would think it would be embarrassing. I too am scared to try a water bra. The episode of friends, when Rachel had one and it popped, it was funny, but in a real life situation, maybe not..
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Maribu wrote:
47) 4/24/2009 12:44:56 PM
I don't usually use anything to enhance, i prefer the natural look. But at the most use a pushup bra and bronzer
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Farra wrote:
48) 4/24/2009 1:35:40 PM
I am one of the guilty ones who does use chicken cutlets. They actually have been really good with not falling out but if that ever happened, it would be totally embarrassing. The thing that I like most about them is that they're machine washable and provide decent support. As to whether or not to stuff...why not if they make your clothes feel better?
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cookie66 wrote:
49) 4/24/2009 11:47:04 AM
I think that it is better not to stuff. The goal is to enhance what you already have, not to create an unrealistic picture. A good, overall supportive bra will give you the lift that you need. Sometimes wearing a normal push-up bra (not one of those that has 5 lbs of padding) can work wonders with certain outfits. Personally, I think that men would prefer to see women wearing normal bras, because I am sure that lots of men have been very dissapointed when the bra comes off and what looked like a C cup is actually an A cup :). After seeing the episode of "Will and Grace" , when Grace's bra sprung a leak I would never consider that .
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Lanna5678 wrote:
50) 4/24/2009 11:47:07 AM
I think that if your going to take the risk of making your bosom appear larger than it is, then I'd definately suggest wearing a normal push up bra with padding. You dont want to take a chance of a leak or a tissue coming out of your neckline!! Padded push up all the way, all days!
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Reese wrote:
51) 4/24/2009 11:47:17 AM
I think stuffing is fine, as long as you don't go overboard and everyone in the room doesn't know they're fake.
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Adorie wrote:
52) 4/24/2009 11:47:48 AM
Exactly! I don't want to give someone the impression that their getting more than what I can offer! I stick to the norm with a little bit of padding for coverage.
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hsclumeck wrote:
53) 4/24/2009 11:53:16 AM
I say, don't stuff! Be proud of what you got!
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JediEmpressMel wrote:
54) 4/24/2009 11:59:23 AM
Personally I'm not a huge fan of stuffing the bra unless it's for something like Halloween. It just seems deceptive. Plus I think it's important that we all look different instead of trying to all have the same chest size.
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o0mae0o wrote:
55) 4/24/2009 12:00:26 PM
I think push-up bras are the best way to go! YAY for victoria's secret and Fredericks =)
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Amandax53 wrote:
56) 4/24/2009 12:02:25 PM
I like pushup bras but thats about it--no water bras for me.
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Tink1118 wrote:
57) 4/24/2009 12:03:51 PM
I'm all about the push-up creates that nice lift that not only lifts the girls, but lifts my spirits :)
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Jenniferinc wrote:
58) 4/24/2009 12:05:41 PM
I absolutely believe in a chest enhancing bra that doesn't exaggerate but defines, smooths and maybe lifts a little. I don't think there is anything wrong with it as long as the difference on and off is not so big, no pun intended, that people go running once revealed.
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Miss M wrote:
59) 4/24/2009 12:09:18 PM
Whatever makes a girl happy and makes her look good, I say : D
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Stuffed wrote:
60) 4/24/2009 12:10:12 PM
I'm asian, petite, 5'4 and have always been "lacking" in the chest area. During middle school and the beginning of high school I stuffed my bra, mostly with tissues. However, I encountered many setbacks. Once you start, you really can't stop. I mean, you can't go from flat to bossom-y and then back again without drawing attention. So you need to consider the following: 1. What are you going to do when swim suit season rolls around? 2. What kind of "stuffing" should you use? I recommend the chicken cutlets, but make sure they don't make you look overly busty. 3. Do you tell your significant other? Don't they have the right to know that what they are seeing isn't 100% you? Once I hit my sophomore year of high school I was fortunate enough that my breasts grew, and my boyfriend also knows about my "stuffed" past. He just thought it was sad that I wasn't comfortable enough with my body to accept it. So here's my advice for all you girls, your body is always changing and growing. Don't stuff, it can be a hassle. Girls may be much larger than you but embrace your body because it definately beats having to worry about stuffing your bra all the time!
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cheetahxprint wrote:
61) 4/24/2009 12:11:21 PM
I feel that if 'stuffing' gives you a bit of a confidence boost, why not? I have a smaller size chest and have used these products before, although I have taken extra precautions to make sure that my 'enhancers' stay put. If they work for you, work it girl!
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vigilantesgirl wrote:
62) 4/24/2009 12:12:41 PM
This is too funny. I think rather than working on stuffing, one should tone and exercise the upper body for FIRMER breasts which will create the fullness of a a shaply breast. It's more about shape, and less about volume, guys!
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Maeve wrote:
63) 4/24/2009 12:12:41 PM
I've used the gel-like inserts, for special occasions and club nights. I've never had a problem with them escaping, though sometimes they get a bit squicky if it's really hot.
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crysunderoad wrote:
64) 4/24/2009 12:13:17 PM
I use cacique bras, they come with a built in pocket that you put different size air bags in.... I love these bras, I have everyone I know sporting what Ive dubbed "the air bags"... even my mom digs them! They give you that touch of extra cleavage, and because they go into your bra you dont have to worry about them falling out, and there is no embarrassing explanation at the end of the night when you take your bra off in front of your man!
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KlutzyRach wrote:
65) 4/24/2009 12:13:32 PM
Extra Padded Push-up Bras are a flat chested girls best friend. Trust me on this one, boy do I know. But adding a little extra something ontop of that ... I tried it once and it felt quite uncomfortable, but I am more that open to suggestions about the newest greatest cleavage improver.
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RoseMay wrote:
66) 4/24/2009 12:16:53 PM
Well, I have DDs, so I definitely don't stuff. However, I don't think it really matters. I know some women would say that I don't understand because I'm blessed with huge breasts. Small boobs don't look right under shirts and they're not attractive. I hear it all the time from my A cup best friend. But large boobs don't fit under shirts, they're saggy and cause me back pain. It' just different. But, they're me. So I deal with them and rock them the way I feel like it. Smaller breasts are awesome, too. It would be so awesome to not ahve to wear a bra everyday!
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moomoo wrote:
67) 4/24/2009 12:23:58 PM
hahahahah great topic
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moomoo wrote:
68) 4/24/2009 12:25:01 PM
great topic, for those who need it, do... for those who don't, won't
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PeaceHearTnBeauTy wrote:
69) 4/24/2009 12:29:09 PM
I wear push up bras, but thats about all the enhancing I've had enough nerve to try...The other things as mentioned above kinda have me a lil scared to try as well...
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Greek Girl wrote:
70) 4/24/2009 12:34:33 PM
I stuffed when I was younger and had nothing to fill the bra with but now that I have enough to fill a bra with I dont stuff anymore. I am afraid those water bras would spring a leak too or that my "stuffing" would fall out somehow.
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DDClaire wrote:
71) 4/24/2009 12:34:43 PM
I wish I had the problem of deciding whether or not to "stuff". I was a D cup by high school and a DD by college, occasionally been a DDD. But I say do whatever makes you comfortable, if you feel more confident with a little help, then "stuff" away!
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eyecandy007 wrote:
72) 4/24/2009 12:41:36 PM
I have tried the water bra and its HEAVY... i didnt like it.. I tried the cutlets as well they do stick but after you take them off your chest is all sticky.. Just stick and work with you got a push up bra does wonders.. A guy is gonna like you for you and not your boobs
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SamIAm wrote:
73) 4/24/2009 12:42:22 PM
I am equally paranoid about "stuffing." Beyond anything "falling out," I give/receive hugs constantly - the last thing I'd want is to hug someone and have them feel something fake under my shirt!
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Ms. Mello wrote:
74) 4/24/2009 12:45:03 PM
I never stuffed my bra, even when I was rocking an A cup. Now I'm a B cup. Yeah I do wish my boobs were bigger, but I'm not going to stuff my bra. There's nothing wrong stuffing your bra. But if one day you hanging with friends with a stuffed bra, and then the next day with an unstuffed bra. They're going to look at you like: "huh!?!". I just have to learn how to except the little knockers I got lol
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cupidgirl wrote:
75) 4/24/2009 12:46:39 PM
yes, admittedly, I "stuff" I use a push-up bra usually (victorias secret has a "very sexy" bra that fits nicely) and also I use the "cutlets" oh well- they work! and its gives a really nice look to the corset shrits I get at charlotte russe... hey, I dont want implants but certain styles only look right on a more volumptuous figure- so, I consider my push-up tricks as part of my wardrobe-
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Tiana wrote:
76) 4/24/2009 12:48:07 PM
I think that you shouldn't stuff, I think that a nice push up bra like it says works just fine. When I was in middle school I stuffed because I had nothing to push up, but it wasn't really necessary. When you stuff it then the boys might notice later... which would suck. I think though that if you want to wear a push up bra then don't do it if your like a D or more because it is just not right, it gives you way to much cleavage that is not as good as just a normal bra. Push up bras are great, I say that they work just better than stuffing, looks more natural to, at the present with clothes on and maybe in the future with out to.
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momOF3kiddosINms wrote:
77) 4/24/2009 12:48:10 PM
I would never stuff my Bra!! Im with the idea of a push up, but stuffing is a no no! How do you explain when you take your top off?? Im even ok with the chicken cutlets, but I would be afraid it would fall out too. I am well endowed, but if I wasnt, I would just buy some boobies!!
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kiki345 wrote:
78) 4/24/2009 12:49:34 PM
there are some situations in which a push up bra can do wonders...but inserts and some of the other inventions simply creep me out. Be hppy with what you're given. If you think you need that much work, take another good look at yourself. I have no doubt you're really beautiful.
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shortymochi wrote:
79) 4/24/2009 12:52:28 PM
I dont use them but my sis does n i think it help to keep the breast in place..most people now a day especially women use them a lot so if one fell off..of course you going to get embarrassed but still i think other will be understandable...if stuffing them make you look good for a few hours or so...why plus it is inexpensive
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dizzynella wrote:
80) 4/24/2009 12:54:49 PM
Major don't! Be happy with what you have.
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momOF3kiddosINms wrote:
81) 4/24/2009 12:54:57 PM
WOW, I would say no way to stuffing with tissues or anything like that. I am well endowed, so Im good with underwire and maybe a slight push! :) I am good with the silicone cutlets and the water bras. I think they would do just fine!
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lovemybabysquid wrote:
82) 4/24/2009 12:56:04 PM
I don't do anything like that. I've learned to be happy with what I have.
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benedict wrote:
83) 4/24/2009 12:56:58 PM
First question you have to ask yourself is: How would you feel if you found out your man stuffed his pants? It's a little weird, eh? I'd say au naturel is the best way to go, because if people don't like you for what you've got, then they need a personality "lift" :)
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HRC wrote:
84) 4/24/2009 12:57:30 PM
I think it is great for women to be able to use something to enhance their appearance.
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KellyBeans wrote:
85) 4/24/2009 1:00:41 PM
I'm all about the push up Bra's as well, although to achieve the look of you're breasts looking fuller without any padding try the bras that cross-cross or have sort of that sprots bra back because it helps pull you're breasts higher and it makes them look fuller.
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Tasha wrote:
86) 4/24/2009 1:00:51 PM
Perhaps for someone of average size, stuffing is not a big issue since only a little extra is needed. But, there are girls who are "petite" and may need (or feel that they need) "stuffing" to look good. I say that they go for it. As long as it is not surgery. Hopefully, in time, their confidence will grow enough that they will not care what society now days considers "hot" and will be happy and confident with what they naturally have. I'm still working toward that, and I believe I'm pretty close.
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kialarose wrote:
87) 4/24/2009 1:05:50 PM
So ,I've never stuffed my bra but I use the famous water bras. I love them, make you look like something is there even when there isn't. Only downfall is they are very heavy bras; feels like your carrying around 2 cantalopes. I also have tried a air bra, same effect as the water bra, but built into the bra are 2 little plastic looking things that are filled with air. Go with the air bra; much lighter to wear.
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NDW2306 wrote:
88) 4/24/2009 1:06:50 PM
I personally do not stuff and I don't think its a bad concept but I feel that people should be happy with the cup size they are. I think that everyone is beautful in thier own skin. Also, I find that it is upsetting that girls feel the need to stuff to impress other people. I am impressed with a woman who can be honest with herself and work her nautral cup size. Therefore, embrace your body and work with what you've got! =)
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J2cutz wrote:
89) 4/24/2009 1:08:55 PM
Nope can't say I use any of those, I'm with you to afraid of some sort of "mishap"
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pauline wrote:
90) 4/24/2009 1:09:46 PM
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XxDelicatexX wrote:
91) 4/24/2009 1:18:14 PM
As a mom, lifting is always a perk =P. I'm not much for the whole idea of being 2 cup sizes bigger due to stuffing though. I guess it's a matter of self-esteem and pressure to attain that "perfect" size as a girl. This question to stuff or not to stuff wouldn't be an issue if we, as girls, didn't take the pressure. But, society has an image of what we should look like so we go with it. Stuffing, lifting, push-up pads, etc. are pretty much the norm.
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Masque wrote:
92) 4/24/2009 1:18:26 PM
I have the opposite problem - I've always been rather generously endowed, running from a 38C to a 40D, depending on the weight issues du jour. Going to an actual lingerie store and trying to find a good, pretty, STURDY bra that doesn't have padding is almost impossible. Some 90-lb. Vogue wannabe with a chest like two fried eggs on an ironing board keeps bringing me padded little wisps of fabric that would work better as earmuffs. I have to stand there, stripped to the waist with the fitting room door wide open to the world and point out that God already gave me enough padding, thank you!
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insearch wrote:
93) 4/24/2009 1:23:57 PM
whoa... i never gave this a thought... but a nice push up does a pretty good job most...
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irisheyes66 wrote:
94) 4/24/2009 1:27:34 PM
There are so many new styles of bras out there, so we no longer need to 'stuff" our bras like the old days!
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Starry wrote:
95) 4/24/2009 1:27:47 PM
I think the best thing to do is to avoid all those "enhancers" because in the long run, they make you look more fake. And who wants that? Sure cover-up blemishes, put lipgloss on. Ya know? The little things that are simple, easy and in my opinion don't make you look fake. Because we want to be ourselves with no strings attached.
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AbbyC wrote:
96) 4/24/2009 1:28:36 PM
I think that a little enhancement can make a big difference depending on the outfit and the occasion. However, don't get something that's going to make someone do a "double take" the next time that they see you! They're going to ask if you had a reduction!
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ajbean wrote:
97) 4/24/2009 1:32:45 PM
I think natural is better. That's easy for me to say, though, as that's one figure problem I don't have!
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Becky M wrote:
98) 4/24/2009 1:36:11 PM
Thankfully, I've never had to stuff my bra, but finding the right bra for the right dress is a pain. More times than I'm willing to admit, I've had to fix my dress because the bra I thought would be perfect with it was not as perfect as I'd imagined. What's even worse is when people do comment on it. Mostly men. Mostly men who are waitstaff...
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got2travel wrote:
99) 4/24/2009 1:39:42 PM
I've got enough in my bra already! I don't need to add anything extra. Just give me some good support and the girls perk up nicely.
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kimmylimmy wrote:
100) 4/24/2009 1:42:54 PM
I think this would be better than those sticky tapes.
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heylookitsshorty wrote:
101) 4/24/2009 1:46:45 PM
I use the water push up pads from walmart! I love them! They add about a cup size and all you do is stick them in your Bra!
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Sgoldie wrote:
102) 4/24/2009 1:49:54 PM
I still don't understand why women feel the need to be larger or perkier than they are. Women need the self-confidence to see themselves as they are and to truly be happy. There are just as many men out there who like small-breasted women as there are men who like large-breasted women. Wouldn't it be something if you went on a date with a man that really liked your "fake" large boobs!! And something happpened to "dislodge" one of them! What's he gonna think!! He may think that you are very unhappy with who you are to the point that you have to pretend to be something you are not! The world is so full of fakes; you may be pleasantly surprised that more men will take whatever size they are, so long as they are real!!!!!
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water woopsy! wrote:
103) 4/24/2009 1:52:36 PM
I've always been a fan of the good old fasion push-up bra (idk if it's really that old fasioned) but I had a friend that tried one of the water bras...hers did pop, maybe it was some sort of freak accident, but it was very embarrassing for her. One of her guys friends came up to her and said "awh man, dontcha hate it when you spill your drink on yourself!? Happens to the best of us though!" HA, I'm sure it does. I have an important party coming up and, since I'm not really blessed in the chest department, I want to fit into my very flattering dress but I have to find a good strapless bra that will enhance my chest (so it actually fits in the dress right). I guess i have some research to do! =]
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KtluvsELF wrote:
104) 4/24/2009 1:53:24 PM
I have never stuffed with anything that didn't come with the bra. My absolute favorite bras come with the little extra padding (usually the best ones are the gel-filled kind) that can be removed for a more 'natural, not quite as pushed-up' kind of look, or warn for the 'whoa baby!' look. I'm partial to the latter :)
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shaymoe wrote:
105) 4/24/2009 1:56:09 PM
I personally have never stuffed mostly cus I don't need it the closest I come to inhansment are lightly padded bras....and I wear those so everyone won't know how cold I
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makeupjunkie11 wrote:
106) 4/24/2009 2:00:12 PM
I think push-up bras are the way to go. I finally found a good one that makes the girls look amazing! Stuffing the bra sounds too risky, though. How do you explain it if something goes wrong??
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Married09 wrote:
107) 4/24/2009 2:07:44 PM
I have been known to usr the miracle bra - but I was blessed with a great chest - so I have never stuffed or used the cutlets. I am going bra-less fro the wedding and having padding sewn into the dress- so I guess that is one day i will be Stuffing!!! :)
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prettebrowneyes wrote:
108) 4/24/2009 2:09:58 PM
I totally agree with the stuffing and water bras.. but then again I have been told from males oppinon that push bras are false advertisement!!! so idk...Definately do not stuff!
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Allypie wrote:
109) 4/24/2009 2:26:05 PM
Don't stuff.. fluant what God gave you!!!
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Lisah A wrote:
110) 4/24/2009 2:29:18 PM
Actually, I *do* sometimes use the 'chicken cutlet' inserts, in combination with a push-up bra. I find that if I tuck it below the breasts, the relatively tight bra keeps it secure and provides the extra oomph I need. (and if not, I can always say that I packed my own lunch )
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Loveee wrote:
111) 4/24/2009 2:36:47 PM
I say don't stuff. There are so many good quality push up bras for cheap these days, and you can find them almost anywhere. Stuffing your bra is a real gamble. What if it falls out? what if a little padding accidentally peaks from your bra. That would be horrible!...and very embarrassing. Best thing to do is just buy a push up bra or be happy with what you have :).
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The Real Deal wrote:
112) 4/24/2009 2:45:53 PM
I vote for "not to stuff" on this one. I think that trying to fake it leads to discomfort and, as the question pointed out, disappointment when/if the reveal doesn't meet expectations. It's easier said than done, but I think we definitely have to be satisfied with (and proud of!) what we've got, ladies!
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bargainjunkie wrote:
113) 4/24/2009 3:07:09 PM
Most people want what they want to fit into. Not everyone is happy with their self image because society makes it that way. For example, Iíve had friends who Ďd try on shirts/dress and theyíd complain that their breasts didnít fill them out. Even though they have breasts that compliment their body type, the clothes they try on and want to wear say otherwise. If stuffing their breasts make them happy, Iím all for it. For me, the only time I wear sticky cutlets are when Iím wearing shirts/dresses that canít be worn with bras.
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smackyphil wrote:
114) 4/24/2009 3:18:34 PM
I think stuffing the bra is good on some women but not all :)
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grands14 wrote:
115) 4/24/2009 3:53:09 PM
I don't use any of them. I had breast REDUCTION surgery several years back, so I certainly don't need anything to make me look bigger. I do like the things you put in the bra that hide the nipples, though.
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Vitamen E wrote:
116) 4/24/2009 4:08:09 PM
I would say to not stuff!! if someone cant except u for the way u are then they dont deserve you!!but if ur doing it for yourself then i would say yes!! honest answer. i wouldnt stuff...
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SnowWhite76 wrote:
117) 4/24/2009 4:27:43 PM
I say do whatever you have to do to make that Little Black Dress more appealing!
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LindaBeauty wrote:
118) 4/24/2009 4:56:30 PM
Luckily I was blessed with enough naturally so have never had the need for stuffing my bra. I am glad as I would not know what to use, and would be afraid it would fall out. LOL!
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MsPurpleDiva wrote:
119) 4/24/2009 5:53:52 PM
I LOVE ANY AND ALL PADDED BRAS..I am a 34CD I WOULD love to be a FULL D thats why i wear padded bars
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ColorGuard91 wrote:
120) 4/24/2009 6:40:01 PM
I love this blog, I remember watching movies that had girls stuffing their bras with PUDDING BALLONS! tehehehe, my friends and I thought it was adorable, I think we were going to try it but never did.
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sierrastarr wrote:
121) 4/24/2009 6:44:52 PM
I could use some uplift,Tho I have a rather large bust, I wouldn't mind seeing just what kind of lift I could get.. Since I'm over 50 and , well, I'm not so firm and perky anymore.. Love to try one of those Bras...
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Gib x0xO wrote:
122) 4/24/2009 8:04:44 PM
I think we should just go for the push up. Stuffing is just unnatural and could cause some serious problems if gone wrong!!!
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bigred645 wrote:
123) 4/24/2009 8:35:22 PM
i personally think women with smaller bust are lucky i have 44DDD's, and they just get in the way. at first its cool but i wish i was small than this. lol if your worried about it just enhance dont over do. :)
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Keturah wrote:
124) 4/24/2009 8:51:25 PM
Not to stuff. You shouldnt have to stuff yourself to feel beautiful! Enjoy what you came with and be thankful for it and your man will love you no matter what! You shouldn't have to be fake to find the true love or to feel beatiful,embrace what nature gave you and you'll be the most beatiful woman around!! :)
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Very Sexy or Very Messy? wrote:
125) 4/24/2009 5:27:29 PM
So I already have a very full chest but all the sexiest bra's have a little extra padding so I must have them. Well, this strapless bra had extreme padding and lift which looked and felt so real, they use a gel to fill the cups so it forms to your natural shape. I was at work one day and was wearing a hot pink blouse. Summer time was here and I wanted to show a little skin, well I ended up showing more then I planned on. I went over to my boss to hand him some paperwork and he asks me if I am lactating? He was always a jokester so I ignored him but when I look down on my left side all my entire blouse was wet. I touched it and it was like a dry oil gel thing and I was thinking if I spilled anything on myself. I run to the restroom to check it out further and my stomach was wet too, well my Very Sexy bra seemed to burst and was leaking slowly. So I decided to go home and take an early lunch and change. All the girls in office thought it was is funny looking back but I was so horrified at the time! My Very Sexy bra turned into my "Very Messy"
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mrsshinny wrote:
126) 4/24/2009 6:59:07 PM
I used to be okay with my small size, but would wear a bra with a little push up and/or padding from time to time with a certain outfit. Plus I needed a little evening out since like most women one side is smaller than the other.My husband has no complaints before or after 2 babies, he really loves me the way I am. But after 2 kids even the small boobs "fell down" a bit especially the one that's a little bigger. The size didn't really change they're just lower, so I look even flatter! So now I always wear a padded push up bra and I've even added a push up pad a few times for extra fullness. Sad, huh?
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AneesaQY wrote:
127) 4/24/2009 8:46:14 PM
First, I will like to encourage the sisters to love what you got! I don't use any items other than the occational push-up bra for to have a good time with my husband. He keeps saying, "You don't need any of that", but I think is part of the dress up to spice things up. So, I think women should not stuff their bras. You really don't want to seem 'fake'. Much luv' for the sisters, Aneesa
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BettyBoop wrote:
128) 4/24/2009 9:33:25 PM
Hi Achelle and thank you for the tips that you are providin to all of us,and i'm pretty sure that everybody is gointo take the advantage of this tip and thank you.
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BettyBoop wrote:
129) 4/24/2009 9:37:33 PM
Hi Achelle is true what you said about those bras i want to confess the 1 time i tried to used the stikers ones and it work for a little bit and i was wearing a strappless dress and after i start sueathing 1 ones of my cups came out and the good thing it happen when i went out with my sister but i was so ashamed and i start to crying but i learn my lesson and its true what your saying because i was 1 of them and thank you.
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kboop0178 wrote:
130) 4/24/2009 11:10:57 PM
I must admit that I am very fortunate to be all natural, and even downsized a few years ago. Even when I was in high school I never had the desire to stuff. I believe you either have it or you don't. No one wants to be misled. That's like getting a proposal with a 5 carat diamond to find out it is a cubic zirconia, just wrong.
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City Lady wrote:
131) 4/24/2009 11:37:42 PM
LOL, this topic is funny, but we've all done it..especially when the girls were just starting to bud. We'd stuff just to see what our future girls would look like. Today however, I respect them and accept what they've become. Ofcourse, nothing wrong with helping them out for events and all, after all I'd want some help too if I had spinach in my teeth. They DO make some bras now that have the built in foam, which is nice. Guess I just like the natural God given blessings I've received. You realize you actually don't have it all that bad once you compare yourself with others...someone always thinks they have a similar or worse situation. Can we just celebrate who we are and walk with confidence? Thats more attractive anyway.
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Rizzle wrote:
132) 4/24/2009 11:51:08 PM
I think that women should be comfortable with themselves and shouldn't fake their chestsize. I have an A cup and I am confortable with myself, I don't have even one push up bra. I embrace my size.
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denises wrote:
133) 4/25/2009 2:41:12 AM
Stuffing? Are you kidding me?...I haven't had to do that since a teenager...The women in my family get bigger with age, we're trying to get rid of big boobs not add more
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laurag wrote:
134) 4/25/2009 5:13:18 AM
Absolutely not. Being beautiful isn't about have large breasts. Its about being confident and carrying yourself with class. THIS is what REAL men notice. If a guys is staring at your chest, he's not seeing YOU, he's just admiring the view.
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jdibby wrote:
135) 4/25/2009 9:12:21 AM
I used to use the floppy bra chicken cutlet things,lol. I had a cheaper bra that i used with them, and i cut a slit in the inside lining and put them inside so they would not fall out or couldn't be seen. It worked like a charm. I had no issues using them, but I am married and have 4 kids so my hubby knew what was really underneath. So no dissapointments for him when i took it off. I would say that if you are dating or plan on eventually taking your top off for a guy who has never seen them, stuffing is not a good idea.Thank gosh I don't have to use those things anymore. I got the internal stuffing. A boob job.
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Malie wrote:
136) 4/25/2009 9:25:26 AM
I have never used a water bra or cutlets or anything like that. It just seems weird to me. I have used padded bras, but they just look so unnatural and weird, so I just stick with a push up bra for some extra boost.
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catita wrote:
137) 4/25/2009 9:48:09 AM
I personally do not stuff my bra. It would make me feel weird and I would always worrying about whether they were falling out or not.
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LMurphs wrote:
138) 4/25/2009 10:38:52 AM
I think that stuffing is a bit immature, in all honesty. If you're going to shove breast-enhancing items into your bra anyways, you might as well save yourself the trouble and buy a Level 5 swell padded bra from Victoria's Secret (the most push I've ever experienced in a push-up bra). I haven't ever tried a water bra either, but I do think that there are air filled bras now that serve the same function without the leak anxiety... It would be terrible to deflate, though! As much as I think it's ridiculous, I did stuff for this past Halloween - just to fill out my costume better! I think in cases like that a little extra help isn't so bad. :)
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Sid949 wrote:
139) 5/3/2009 12:01:53 AM
I stuff some times, but I don't really need it, and it can be uncomfortable.
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Clique Cirlz wrote:
140) 4/25/2009 11:28:01 AM
I used to stuff my bra before discovering good push up bras. One time a tissue did fall out... not so terrifying when its a tissue, but seriously who wants to see things flying out of your chest. Enhance what your given, Julia Roberts made her b-cups look like Ds in a movie by padding and tape. Not saying you have to go that far but a little natural enhancement is fine, nothing overboard.. we dont want disasters.
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maa wrote:
141) 4/25/2009 11:55:23 AM
i do not and could not stuff my bra. there are way to many embarrassing risks that could happen. go for the good old push up bra if you much, but otherwise i say, embrace what you have!
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Girl Louise wrote:
142) 4/25/2009 1:42:34 PM
I've always been lacking in this department, but I've never really felt compelled to stuff. I used those little cutlet thingies once before, for a special occasion - a wedding I think - but was so self conscious about them falling out when I was dancing, that I don't think I'd ever use them again. But, I do love my padded bras... never leave home without one. :-)
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broken4028 wrote:
143) 4/25/2009 3:18:49 PM
It's just not worth it to stuff! Why try to fool people and be something you're not?
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herr. wrote:
144) 4/25/2009 4:52:54 PM
i think that this will give woman confidence and give them a look to last a life time. no more harsh surgeries or leaks! yes!
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kaylee4 wrote:
145) 4/25/2009 5:55:33 PM
I love this make up and the prices are outstanding!!
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lindywilson wrote:
146) 4/25/2009 8:12:08 PM
i think that is okay. if it is something you want to do then go forit no one should stop you.
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emmy3 wrote:
147) 4/25/2009 8:38:28 PM
awesome post
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nvr stuff bra wrote:
148) 4/25/2009 9:41:57 PM answer is not to stuff this is funny
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The Eyes Have IT wrote:
149) 4/25/2009 10:07:55 PM
I use push up bras all of the time! They are great at making the girls look EXTRA perky for any occasion. I have on occasion gone to the extreme with push ups and my friends (who had not seen me in a while) asked if i had gotten implants... lol. Overall the effect is great and my boyfriend has not mentioned that he was dissapointed or felt deceived, so I am going to keep on pushing!!!
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stars334 wrote:
150) 4/26/2009 1:08:10 AM
i have never personally used the cutlets or stuffed my bra, but after having my second child i noticed the girls are starting to loose their oomf so i started getting curious. push up bras are heavenly, but can be a little too stiff and do not feel all that natural. those weird water, gel and whipped silicon bras are just plain scary!! (what happens after you wash them??) as for the cutlets......i found myself at wal-mart standing in the bra isle completely mesmerized by them! there were so many!! all they need is some kind of adhesive so they won't slip out and i'm sold! on an episode of the girls next door, holly stuffed with rolled up tube socks. the best part about that is you never would have known if she hadn't said anything, it looked that natural!! so, one night in an effort to entice my husband i broke down and tried the socks....success! all you need is a good bra and one rolled up sock placed underneath and slightly angled up towards your armpits and you are good to go!! killer cleavage for a very low price. :) i did get a few laughs once that bra came off, but seriously, no man is gonna care what the twins look like once the bra is off, just as long as it stays off. ;)
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Stephjphoto wrote:
151) 4/26/2009 8:43:38 AM
I haven't tried these, but I sure could use a little help in that area!
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sapphire01 wrote:
152) 4/26/2009 2:51:35 PM
I think the best option would be a push-up bra.. :)
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peacegal wrote:
153) 4/26/2009 3:11:58 PM
i really don't stuff my bra!that would be a little embarrassing if you tolg someone and people fond it out!
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awesome:) wrote:
154) 4/26/2009 3:37:14 PM
I think that if it's nessecery you should stuff . or you could get sponges and double sided tape
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Akashagermaine wrote:
155) 4/26/2009 4:26:12 PM
I am one of those who are blessed with an abundance, so much so that I want to get rid of some. I long for my high school days when I was a C, looking for "enhancements". A push-up bra is fine, one of those "miracle" bras would be fine, but anything more is uncalled for. If a guy is just looking for cleavage, do you really want him?
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LindsB wrote:
156) 4/27/2009 1:10:00 AM
I would LOVE to have that! I'm always looking for a way to make those cleavage shirts look a little better! Thanks e.l.f.!!
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Victoria Secret Love wrote:
157) 4/27/2009 1:44:29 AM
The water bras at Victoria Secret are definitely worth your money. They are very securing, and have never popped on me or my sister at all. The water packaging is in a thick-ish package, so I'm pretty sure it will never pop on you. Victoria secret also has really nice push up bras that accentuate your cleavage. Also, if Victoria Secret is too pricy for your budget, Forever 21 has bras for 4.50 and I personally think it works really nicely. You just need to adjust the straps for the 'padding' effect.
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Heimey wrote:
158) 4/27/2009 11:16:20 AM
I have tried the victoria secret gel pads that you insert into your bra works great. But then fear that they will fall out hit me YIKES no more of that. Be happy with what you have OR get a loan and have I am happy with what I have :)
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berceuse wrote:
159) 4/27/2009 12:57:02 PM
If it makes you feel better about your appearance, then go for it...I probably wouldn't though just b/c it can become a hassle to maintain without someone eventually noticing it...
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KiiM wrote:
160) 4/27/2009 4:48:39 PM
I never did any of those. But if you want to stuff, hey go ahead!!! =)
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twins wrote:
161) 4/27/2009 11:36:48 PM
Hey I am all about the pushup bra when you got your tank on add a little bronzer between the twins and you are ready to go
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Hollytron wrote:
162) 4/28/2009 12:12:43 AM
Seriously, these things are more for us than they are for the men. Men like them just the way they are =P
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rockchick68 wrote:
163) 4/28/2009 12:25:19 PM
I'd say "not to stuff". Women should embrace what they've got, and flaunt it. We're all beautiful, and bigger breasts aren't the answer to true beauty. What happens if say.. you take a hot guy home, and he discovers these? You're saving yourself much embaressment by not wearing these :P
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MicheleEliza wrote:
164) 4/29/2009 10:59:33 PM
I don't think you should stuff. Me being only a 34b i am not always satisfied but you gotta be happy with what nature gives us. Push up bras yes, stuffing no.
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Rizza Ann wrote:
165) 5/1/2009 4:02:16 AM
Dont stuff. But do stuff when your dress needs a little more filling. (:
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Kezzy wrote:
166) 5/1/2009 7:54:54 PM
come on seriously thats gross. be happy about the size of your boobs.
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Lesley wrote:
167) 5/2/2009 8:14:40 PM
Why not stuff if it makes you feel better about yourself? I do!
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Lizzratt wrote:
168) 5/4/2009 1:08:06 PM
If the less endowed only understood...they are BLESSED. Large breasts droop over time. (Yes folks, gravity works!) The smaller breasted can wear those strapless gowns, halters and bra-less looks without ever worrying about sweat marks (YUCK!) or extra floppy droopage. AND, their breasts continue to look good later in life. Sure, the larger breasts can fill out some of those sexy tops better than the smaller ones can, and big breasts seem to get all the attention...but really, do you want your BREASTS to get all the attention? Be proud of what you've got, wear it well and you'll look good, no matter what size bra you wear!
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Samonorsk wrote:
169) 5/4/2009 1:53:47 PM
I have stuffed. When you are 41 years old with 6 children and are a AA cup size, you stuff or pad. My husband is very happy with who I am; however, I would still like a little more to be able to wear certain tops in the summer and feel more "feminine".
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mother of two wrote:
170) 5/4/2009 2:15:32 PM
I am all for self confidence and being proud of what you were given, even if given only a little, however, i too am not blessed with even just average size breasts. So after having two children, the extra push and cup size that a push up water bra or inserts creates is an extra cool thing, because by now my husband already knows what will be revealed later but nobody else needs to know that!! ; )
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tmarebh wrote:
171) 5/4/2009 2:58:53 PM
I might try them since I have nursed 2 kids and things are not where they used to be :0
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Luckie Duckie wrote:
172) 5/4/2009 5:17:03 PM
I come from a family of very flatchested women, and then there is me, I am a 36J... My sisters wanted MORE. I have ALWAYS WANTED LESS. Reality is we found men that are happy with our sizes. One of my sisters husbands said, all I need is a mouth full. Mine says what ever makes you happy, (I'm scheduled for a reduction next fall) My sister uses waterbras when they want to enhance their clevage. Reality is, you have to make yourself feel confortable and confident in your own skin. If a guy is disappointed that you don't have that much or that you have too much, you have to wonder if he is really worth the trouble. My male freinds and I have discussed it before, trust me if you get to the point the clothes come off, they are just happy you showed up... you can be short, tall, big, small, dark, light, round and stout or tall and lean, for them, the important part is you showed up and you want THEM. Every woman is beuatiful, if comes from within and radiate out our pours, if you feel sexy you are, if you feel beuatiful you are. Put you head in the game where it belongs and let nature take it's course. Have confidence in what you wear, the way you stand, and WHO YOU ARE... the rest is just window dressing...
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scakes wrote:
173) 5/4/2009 5:18:56 PM
I prefer Victoria Secret Bio Fit bras & Miracle Bra Bathing suits.
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PeaceLoveJonas wrote:
174) 5/4/2009 6:44:34 PM
NOT stuff! I mean I'll admit I do wear push up bras but honestly, I don't have much to "push-up" I don't feel comfortable putting cotton or whatever in my bra...I'd rather go natural. I'm only 14 so I'll grow eventually but for right now I'm happy as I am!!
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PeaceLoveJonas wrote:
175) 5/4/2009 6:47:08 PM
NOT stuff! I mean I'll admit I do wear push up bras but honestly, I don't have much to "push-up" I don't feel comfortable putting cotton or whatever in my bra...I'd rather go natural. I'm only 14 so I'll grow eventually but for right now I'm happy as I am!!
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kelbel wrote:
176) 5/4/2009 6:47:35 PM
just use a good padded push up bra. it always works (:
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hunnybee wrote:
177) 5/5/2009 6:56:46 PM
Definite no no for me... imagine the disappointment for your crush when one day you forget to stuff?!
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loyo wrote:
178) 5/6/2009 1:52:39 PM
Natural may be better but considering this blog is on a cosmetic website, I doubt that any of you are completely "natural" to begin with. If stuffing makes someone feel better about themselves (as wearing makeup does for most of us), then by all means, stuff away!
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I love it! wrote:
179) 5/9/2009 5:46:03 PM
I say get a boob job! You're money will be well spent because you will feel so much better. If money can buy happiness... this is it!
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Shawna<3 wrote:
180) 5/1/2010 5:08:16 PM
I can only think of the embarassing moments of stuffing-gone-wrong!
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