Minimizing your breast with a specialty bra
You can never say one bra can appropriate for all occasions nowadays. As every woman knows, there seems that different place needs different bras.
What are the exact aims of a minimizer bra? Some women with large breasts might seem like something to envy. While after a few years, this can get a bit old and women will use minimizer bras to try to change their larger breasts. Breast reduction operation is another way, but neither a cheap nor painless one.
How does a minimizer bra work? A minimizer bra is designed to create the image of your breasts being one to two cup sizes smaller than they really are. The bra accomplishes this by compressing and compacting each breast in the cup. And minimizer underwire bra with seamless cups and larger straps can provide a more firm fit and support. The horizontal band between the cups is not made out of flexible material as is found on most bras for the same reason.
There are various styles and forms of minimizer bras. There is no "best" choice. You need to find the size that well fit for you. One area to really watch out for is the slippage cup issue. If you do not get the fit just right, the breast can "slip" out of the cup up and under the armpit. This becomes very uncomfortable pretty quickly and will lead to chafing and a rash if not addressed.
Wearing a minimizer bra might seem a little strange at first, but it is definitely a desire of many large breast women. Minimizer bras are much cheaper than the breast reduction surgery and do the job on an occasion by occasion basis.