Post # 1
My dress is backless so I’ve been searching for backless push-up bras.. I found this one on ebay for an awesome price.. but I’ve never tried anything like this before! Has anyone tried a silicone self-adhesive backless bra? I’m posting the picture the seller had… Thanks girls!
Post # 3
Yep! They work well as long as you wash them well in between uses with hand soap, usually. 🙂 stick them in the right place the first time, though, or rewash and try again so that they’ll stay really well!!!
Post # 4
Oh, btw, that appears to be the one my sis has. She really loves hers.
Post # 5
they work if you have a C cup or less – and C is pushing it – anything bigger than that its worthless. but it worked wonders back when i was smaller in the bust!!!! 🙂
Post # 6
My sister uses hers a lot – but she is a nervous girl so she re-enforces it with fashion tape just to make sure it stays in place!
Post # 7
hmm i’m a 34c or 32d! Will it not give me the coverage I need at that size??
Post # 8
- Wedding: March 2012 - Marie Gabrielle
I’m a 34C and I love mine! I recommend them – really handy for formal clothing.
Post # 9
Target has them. I own 4 of them….. needless to say I LOVE them.
Then again, I’m only a 32B, not too much to hold-up and cover-up there!
Buy one at Target, try it out for a day, if you don’t like it, return it! (is that gross to return a sticky bra?)
They are very sticky, except if you start to sweat!
Post # 10
I have tried ones like that before and honestly I didn’t like them. If you sweat, the sticky part becomes unsticky and they move around and are uncomfortable.
Post # 11
i definately suggest trying it out – i was pushing it when i was a 32C-32D…it stayed up but didnt really “stay up” and offer the look you might be looking for. you would be better saved with duct tape sometimes lol
but honestly try it out. it just works better for smaller chests because the weight of teh boobs compared to the amount of sweat that someone has (those things dont breathe) will make a difference whether or not it will work well.
Post # 12
I’m a UK 38D and I really didn’t like it. It didn’t feel like it gave me any support and, as MissAsB said, it started coming a bit unstuck after wearing it for a while and some light sweating.
My advice is to try it. I think this is one of those “you either love it or you hate it” things.
Post # 13
Hey at VS they make a bra, that you can use that is basically “backless” it has these extenders and they wrap around your stomach. I would try that one out, b/c you can always continue using the bra for other things, (It is one of those convertible bras for Razor Backs, Halters, Backless, Low Front.) Go try that one on in the store, jump around, do the robot and if can survive that then buy it!
Post # 14
I am also a 34 c and I love mine. They are a little uncomfortable if you sweat a lot, but otherwise it feels like a normal bra to me. I had no problem with mine besides the first tie putting it on was fun (getting it exactly where you want, without it showing on the sides,etc.) I would say get one and see if you like it.
Post # 15
Silicone adhesive bras are AMAZING (: I’ve had brides who wore these and they can create excellent cleavage while staying in place, even on women of smaller busts. It all comes down to the positioning of the bra. If you place it further from the center of your chest (more towards the sides), and then clasp the middle clasp together, it pushes your breasts together to give you amazing cleavage. The theory is similar to that of push up bras, where there’s padding on the bottom & sides. For this, I recommend getting a size smaller (so if you are a B cup, get an A cup). I think this could be a great choice for you because your dress is backless, and using this kind of bra will not only give you a nice shape, it will also stay in place throughout the day. Good luck!
Post # 16
Years ago when I was a C-D cup I tried one of these bras (my sister and I call them “chicken cutlets”) but it just would not stay in place, brand new, washed, etc. I tried everything.It was the largest size you could get at the time (C I think)
I gave it to my sister and she loves it. She’s a B cup. It looks great on her. I’m not sure it works all that well for those with ample tops.