Trying And Reviewing A Stick-On Bra

Hi everyone!
This blog post is going to be about the new Stick-On Bra phenomenon that’s covering our screens all over social media 24/7.

Before I start, I want to add that this is not a sponsored or promoted post, it’s my genuine opinion & I bought this bra myself, and there will be photos of me using this bra (I’ll try to keep them classy) so if you don’t want to see that, then don’t read this blog post!

Due to my Poland Syndrome chest deformity I’m able to show you how the bra would work / look on a smaller breast AND a larger breast (so that’s a plus-side to my boob problem) Although, fair warning, it does look pretty weird with me having a lop-sided chest!

I’ve always thought “those look pretty good” but in the back of my mind I had my doubts.

I knew that they’d probably be out of my price range and for hygiene reasons I couldn’t try one on to fit and send it back after, plus they only seemed available online.

I also thought that with my Poland Syndrome it wouldn’t stay on my chest as my larger sized boob would drag it down and I doubt they’d make them with 2 different sized cups.

So a few weeks ago I was in Ann Summers.

I go into Ann Summers quite a lot if I’m out with my girl friends who buy underwear there, but I’ve never actually bought anything from there myself.

It’s well known as being a sex toy shop, and that kind of thing does not interest me at all, in fact I’m pretty sure it would do the opposite to me than its intended purpose!

(Although I don’t have any issues with people that do use them, everyone has their own thing and it’s okay to do whatever you want with your body!)

My friend was just paying for her bits and bobs that she’d seen as they were on sale, and as I was about to leave, I saw them.

The stick-on bras.

I spent a good 5 minuets debating wether it would be worth paying £16 for a piece of sticky fabric when I have plenty of bras at home, but I took a leap of faith and bought the black lace-up one.

My initial thought was that it wasn’t going to work and that I would have spent £16 to have to give it to my sister.

They have a handy sizing chart on the back of the box which helps you to decide what size you need, but in every different bra shop I’ve been in, I’ve been told that my bigger boob is a different size. (Ranging from a 32C to 34D in different stores!) So I had no idea if it would even fit me!

Once I took it out of the box I realised that the quality felt really good.
I tried sticking it to other parts of my skin to see if when it came to taking it off, it was going to hurt.

I didn’t want to rip a super sticky thing off of my nipple..

Luckily it was sticky, but not at all painful, and strong enough to stick to one finger!

Now came the boob test!

I was genuinely gob smacked to see that it worked.

It was supportive, easily adjustable at the front, and wasn’t at all uncomfortable!

It is quite possibly one of the best things I’ve bought in quite a long time!

Now I can wear my backless clothes without having to worry!

I really do recommend this item 100%, but remember that everyone is different, especially skin-types, so be careful when using this item and always do the handy skin-test that’s included in the box to be sure that you aren’t allergic!

I hope you guys enjoyed this blog and that I didn’t mentally scar you with my chest!

If you have anything else you’d like me to try or review then please comment or message me!

See you guys next time!

Best wishes ~ Becca x 

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