Wear A Bra Correctly, Don’t Spend Money To Buy A Killer

- Nov 21, 2020-

Wear a bra correctly, don’t spend money to buy a killer

Many women actually know all about underwear. The most common one is that they don't know the size of the wrong bra. They often spend money to buy the murderer (the murderer who destroys their breast shape). Here are some tips to teach everyone, intuitive and simple, everyone can easily learn.


1. The shoulder strap often slips

There may be two reasons for this phenomenon. If the bra is too small or loose, the shoulder straps will fall off easily after moving up. The other is to choose the wrong shoulder strap style. Everyone has different shoulder styles, such as wide shoulders, narrow shoulders, flat shoulders, shaved shoulders, etc. Different shoulder styles are suitable for different styles, such as those with shaved shoulders. Pay special attention to the shoulder strap design of the bra not to be too outside, choose those retractable designs, so that it is not easy to slide down. Another common mistake about shoulder straps is that they are too narrow and too loose. You know, most of the lifting of the chest is brought by the shoulders, so the wider the shoulder straps, the stronger the tension, the better. The ones that are too thin are purely for decoration, and the lifting force is really minimal. If things go on like this, your beautiful, firm breasts will definitely hang down more and more. Hehe, it's really not an occasional alarmist.


2. The breast cup often moves up. This problem is very common. I often see JM pulling the bra down unconsciously in public places. Haha, this is usually because the bottom edge of your bra is too loose, or the size of the bra is selected incorrectly, and the breast cup is too shallow and can only float on your chest like a plate. So when you raise your hand, the bra will naturally follow.


Third, there are indentations on the chest

As soon as the bra was untied, there was an obvious mark of underwire on the chest. This is even more obvious, directly indicating that the bra cup selection is too small. You know, the steel ring is like a frame. It should fit the chest contour and give it a supporting force, but if it is too small on the chest, it will give it the fat originally belonging to the chest like cutting tofu. After cutting it out, the breast will become smaller and smaller. You should know that 70% of the breast is fat. If fat is reduced, the breast will shrink naturally.


Fourth, the upper edge of the cup is swayed in space or too tight on the chest

Empty means the cup is too large, and pressing the chest means the cup is too small. It's clear at a glance.


Five, there are strangle marks on the back


This is also a very intuitive question, usually indicating that the bottom edge is too tight and the size needs to be enlarged. Or the bottom edge is too narrow, it is easy to be pulled in, causing strangulation. Try to change to those bras with wider straps. One is to increase support and fixation, and the other is to disperse and balance fat.


Probably these are the five. If JM finds that they have these problems, they should immediately go to some real professional underwear store to re-purchase. At the very least, they have to figure out what size bras they are wearing. Right?


Judging whether a bra is suitable or not is actually directly related to the shape of your chest. Different types of breasts have different styles. For example, if you have serious sagging, you should choose a full cup with strong lifting power. Powerful three-quarter cups, etc., and so on.