Breast are amazing and deserve first class treatment, no matter how big, small, perky or saggy they are. Because most women are obligated to carry their goods in specifically designed undergarments, care-taking really comes down to choosing the right support, i.e. a perfectly fitting brasserie. But to choose the right cup, you must be familiar with your own shape, not just size. There are seven different types of breast and the type of bra for every breast.
Bell shape: The breast is slimmer at the top and full at the bottom. A full-coverage bra usually has the wider straps heavier breasts need to be held up. Especially since heavy breasts can cause straps to slip, inevitably reducing support. A full-coverage style perfectly shapes your ladies. Since many women with this breast type are also bustier, extra support can be good for lifting and cradling.
Side set: These kind of breast have wide space between them, your breast naturally fall away from the center of your torso but they are fuller. The more fabric above the cups, the better. You need something a little more dramatic than a t-shirt bra. Instead, try a plunge bra which will help pull your breasts both up and in. Try a larger cup size than normal, as you may find you spill out of the side slightly.
Slender breast: Slender bosom characteristics include thin breasts that point downward. Plunge styles help to provide a little lift, with or without padding. Give a plunge bra a go as this will lift and center your breasts. If it suits your body shape and you feel like it, a bra with padding on the outer curve will provide a bit more drama.
Teardrop breast: Slightly similar to the bell shape. The tear drop shape is slightly rounder and less full up top. Plunge styles are also recommended for lift purposes, which helps to fill in the top but your breasts will work with any type or style of bra, so have some fun with your lingerie.
Asymmetric breast: One boob is larger than the other. According to Women’s Health, asymmetrical breasts hold up best in bras with removable pads. Therefore, the padding for the larger breast can be removed, while the padding for the smaller one will help even things out. A bra with removable inserts/padding means you can address any difference in size by removing the padding on your larger side.
East West breast: This breast type means the nipples are pointing outward. Your ladies gravitate toward the outside of your torso, pointing outward and leaving some space in the direct center of your chest. Push-up and T-shirt bras are your best bet because they help turn the breasts inward, it will give you all the shaping you need.
Round breast: It’s a word which you may automatically associate with breasts, but some are in fact rounder than others. Your breasts will be equally full on the top as they are on the bottom then they’re round. Due to your shape, you don’t need much in the way of support and can get away without under wiring and too much of a structured cup.