It can takes months to a year just to get into a plastic surgeon’s office for a consult, or one can be on the fence about whether or not they’re ready for a breast lift, but in the meantime we could still use the occasional lift. To counteract gravity from time to time, you can employ these latest breast-helpers designed to give your bust a somewhat temporary boost.
Don’t put off wearing backless dresses, low plunging necklines or the latest cut-out styles just because you don’t have the perfectly shaped lifting bra. Nue Breast Tape comes in a variety of shades to match various skin tones and can be used to hoist up the girls in whatever way works best for your fit.
For women with larger breasts, Brassybra breast tape is designed to give an invisible lift using a water-resistant medical-grade adhesive that you place on the breasts and adhere to the upper chest. Keeping bigger breast sizes in mind, the collection goes up to a DDDD cup size, or a European G.
While it may look like a funny contraption, this frontless, backless, strapless bra is all the rage on social media for its immediate cleavage-inducing effects and its ability to remain undetected underneath just about anything. The cups are positioned outside the breasts and works as a sideways-facing push-up bra that both lifts and enhances breast shape.
Nubra Silicon 3D Breast Cups ($68)
Using silicone cups that stick to your skin (using a lab tested skin-friendly adhesive) and a built in underwire support, these second skin cups are available in up to a D cup and provide a natural, contoured look. You can also add a side strap for a more lifted effect when needed.
The In-Office Approach
Using a radio-frequency treatment, San Diego plastic surgeon Joseph L. Grzeskiewicz, MD, says you can get a lifted look with a nminimally-invasive skin-tightening procedure. “It’s minimally invasive in that small punctures are made in the tissue with a needle, similar to drawing blood or getting an IV, but not with scalpels or incisions, or the scars that we might get with surgical breast lifts.”
According to Dr. Grzeskiewicz, while not exactly ‘faking’ like breast tape or a bra, a nonsurgical radio-frequency breast lift can tighten lax skin and increase breast-tissue support by approximately 35 to 50 percent. “In cases of mild-to-moderate breast ptosis, this procedure can make a noticeable improvement in nipple position, ‘perkiness,’ breast shape and sometimes the look of stretch marks.”