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Whether you want to wear a low-cut top that covers your lady bits but doesn't reveal any bra straps, or just prevent bra-induced flesh rolls on your back, an adhesive bra can help you out. A self-adhesive bra consists of two adhesive cups joined by a clasp in the middle.
How It Works
Adhesive bras are usually placed sticky side down on a breast shaped mold. The bra must be peeled off the plastic and turned inside out. Place the bra next to your breasts to where it meets the nipples. Slowly turn it back to the right side in so it now covers your breasts. It takes a few minutes for the sticky feeling to subside. By the time it dries, you can walk around feeling like the bra isn't even there.
Increasing Their Utility
Not all self-adhesive bras are reusable, but you can recycle them by using them carefully. Never apply the bra to unwashed, greasy skin or moisturized skin. After washing, use cotton balls soaked in rubbing alcohol to wipe the breasts clean of any oil or dead skin cells. When you take your bra off, wash it with warm water and glycerin soap before placing back on the mold. This will keep it sticky for next time.
If you are a large-chested woman with full cups, you won't find all the support you need in the self-adhesive bra because it's strapless and backless. If you have relatively small breasts, the self-adhesive bra tends to slip around a bit. You may need to wear a snug top to make it stay in place, and don't forget the bra may shine through light-colored tops..
You can create jaw-dropping cleavage with an adhesive bra. Unclasp the clip in the middle of the bra. Place each cup in both hands. Cup your breasts with your hands (which are holding the sticky cups) and squeeze them together. The farther apart your hands are before bringing your breasts together, the more cleavage you can create. For full cleavage, push your breasts upwards and towards each other before re-clasping.