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Pre-surgery question: what’s a good gel bra?

  • October 4, 2010 at 4:15 pm

I saw this post on a forum somewhere today and it does raise an interesting topic. If you are planning a breast augmentation, a boob job, or breast enhancement surgery, which is the best bra so the change won’t be so noticeable?

I have given this a lot of thought, and it just has to be our world famous double gel bra. This is the most padded bra available and will give you the maximum boost.

What do you think? If you have already had a boob job did you wear a gel bra first so that your friends were not so suprised post surgery?

Underwear expert praises Bridget Jones actress

  • September 7, 2010 at 10:30 am

An underwear expert who helps smaller-busted women achieve curvier figures without resorting to surgery has spoken out in praise of actress Renee Zellweger who was recently spotted in a chest-enhancing sports bra.

Emma Clark, of MaxCleavage.com, said the Bridget Jones’s Diary star looked ‘fantastic’ when she turned up at a gym in Los Angeles wearing what appeared to be bustline-boosting underwear.

“It is incredible what difference well-chosen underwear can make to the figure of the smaller busted woman,” said Emma, whose company exports cleavage-enhancing underwear and swimwear all over the world. “It is not necessary to go through the pain, risk and expense of surgery to achieve the look you want.”

Emma, who has recently spent a year developing a new sports bra that provides the perfect shape for gym-goers, said it was doubly important for smaller-busted women to feel confident and comfortable when they work out.

“Often, women with smaller breasts find their chests are flattened even more by traditional sportswear and many women feel self-conscious enough at the gym as it is,” said Emma, who counts former EastEnders actress Louisa Lytton amongst her celebrity customers.

“We decided to produce a sports bra that is literally like putting on a pair of breasts. It took us a year to get the shape just right. We wanted to make sure that our sports bra was revolutionary in its design. The enhancements we use are extremely lightweight and the breathable fabric was especially chosen to ensure that, not only does the wearer look great, she feels great too.

“You cannot beat the shape it gives for the smaller busted woman,” said Emma.  “Anything that encourages women to have the confidence to work out at the gym and feel good about themselves at the same time has got to be a good thing.”

The MaxCleavage.com sports bra is available in plain black or pink and black and priced at £34.99.

http://www.maxcleavage.com/c1/Catalogue/keywords/sports/

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1300879/Renee-Zellweger-enjoys-uplifting-workout-push-bra.html