Choosing the Right Adhesive Bra

1. Size: Measure accurately for the right fit

Just like with traditional bras, choosing the right size is crucial. Most adhesive bras come in standard cup sizes (A, B, C, etc.), so make sure to measure yourself accurately to find the best fit. Many brands also offer sizing guidelines that can help you select the right size.

2. Coverage and Shape: Choose based on outfit needs

Consider the type of coverage and shape you need for your outfit. Some adhesive bras provide full coverage, while others offer a more natural look with minimal coverage. Additionally, you can find adhesive bras with various shaping options, such as push-up or plunge styles.

3. Material and Comfort: Opt for skin-friendly materials

Look for adhesive bras made from high-quality, skin-friendly materials that won’t cause irritation. Opt for soft silicone bras or with fabric outer layer for a comfortable experience, even during extended wear.

4. Adhesive Strength: Consider wear duration and conditions

Different adhesive bras offer varying levels of stickiness. If you plan to wear the bra for an extended period or in hot conditions, choose one with strong adhesive properties to ensure it stays in place.

5. Reusable vs. Disposable: Decide between eco-friendly and convenience

Adhesive bras come in both reusable and disposable options. Reusable Signature Bras are more eco-friendly and cost-effective in the long run, while disposable ones can be convenient for special occasions.

Wearing adhesive bras

Wearing Your Adhesive Bra

1. Prep Your Skin

Before applying the adhesive bra, make sure your skin is clean, dry, and free from lotions, oils, or perfumes. This helps the adhesive stick properly.

2. Peel Off the Backing

Gently peel off the protective backing from the adhesive cups. Avoid touching the adhesive with your fingers to maintain its stickiness.

3. Position and Lift

Lean forward slightly, position the cups over your breasts. Lift your breasts and tilt the adhesive cup upward at a 45-degree angle from your body’s centerline which helps maximize the lift and cleavage-enhancing effects. Gently press the cups onto your skin and use your fingers to smooth out any wrinkles or air bubbles for a secure fit.

4. Connect the Front Closure (If Applicable)

Some adhesive bras come with a front closure that enhances cleavage. If your bra has this feature, connect the closure for added lift and support.

5. Adjust and Test

Stand up straight and adjust the cups as needed to achieve the desired lift and cleavage. Take a moment to move around and perform some light arm movements to ensure the bra stays in place.

6. Removal

To remove the adhesive bra, gently peel it off starting from the outer edges and moving towards the center. If the adhesive feels stubborn, use warm water or a small amount of oil-free makeup remover to help loosen it.

Cleaning adhesive bras

Cleaning Your Adhesive Bra

1. Gently Remove

After wearing, carefully peel off the bra from your skin. Start from the outer edges and work your way towards the center.

2. Prepare Cleaning Solution

Mix lukewarm water with a mild, gentle soap. Avoid using harsh detergents or products with oils, as they can affect the adhesive.

3. Clean

Dip your fingers or a soft cloth into the soapy water and gently rub the adhesive cups. Be delicate to remove any body oils, dirt, or residues.

4. Rinse Thoroughly

Rinse the bra under cool running water until all soap is removed. Make sure there’s no soap left on the adhesive.

5. Air Dry

Place the bra cups facing upwards on a clean, flat surface, and allow them to air dry completely. Avoid using towels or cloths to dry the adhesive, as they could leave lint or fibers on it.

6. Avoid Heat

Never use a hairdryer, heater, or direct sunlight to dry the adhesive. Exposing it to heat can damage the adhesive properties.

7. Storage

Once the bra is completely dry, cover the adhesive cups with a plastic sheet or the protective backing that came with the bra and store it in its original packaging or a designated storage case. This helps protect the adhesive and maintains the adhesive’s effectiveness and its shape.

Please note that covering the adhesive cups with a plastic sheet is a simple yet effective way to protect the adhesive from dust after each use, eliminating the need for a full wash every time.

By following these steps for choosing, wearing, and cleaning your adhesive bra, you’ll be able to confidently flaunt your favorite outfits without the worry of visible straps or uncomfortable bras. Remember, practice makes perfect, so don’t hesitate to try out different adhesive bras to find the one that suits your style and comfort preferences the best.