1. A Bra Fitting is Essential
When was the last time you had a bra fitting? It’s something a lot of us don’t do regularly but it’s important. Breasts change and so does the need for a different bra size. Once every year to 2 years is a good goal to aim for when it comes to bra sizing. If you’re pregnant, have just given birth, are breastfeeding or have gained or lost more than 5 pounds then you need one ASAP.
2. Beware the Wrong Adjustment
You can be wearing the right bra and have droopy boobs because you’ve got the wrong adjustment. Your bra should fit you well but not so tightly that it leaves indentions in your skin. If it does then you need to wear it on a looser fitting. The middle of the front side of your bra should lie flush against your skin in-between your breasts. If that part of your bra tends to lean outward, you need to adjust your straps to bring the front of the bra up more.
3. Think Quality, Not Quantity when It Comes to Bras
Not all bras are created equal. Some don’t give the lift and support that you need. In my experience, I’ve found that a well-fitting bra sometimes costs a little more. Therefore, it’s better to have fewer bras that’re really good quality than a lot of bras that can’t do the job. If you’ve got a white, black and nude bra, you’ve got the basics covered and can add more colorful bras along the way.
4. Follow This Step-by-step Process of Putting on Your Bra
I’m not going to tell you to stop the hook and twist motion because that’s how I roll, too. But I will tell you that there’s a little trick that gives your boobs the lift you want. Instead of just pulling your bra up over your boobs and onto your shoulders, lean forward and place your breasts into the bra cups. After that, slip the straps up onto your shoulders. You’ll notice an immediate difference in the appearance of your boobs.
5. Give Your Breasts Special Attention during Pregnancy
Pregnancy changes your body in numerous ways and the changes aren’t just limited to your abdominal area. Your breasts change and grow through pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding (or opting out of breastfeeding). Stretch marks are a concern but so is boob droop. And while you can’t completely prevent pregnancy from having a possible negative effect on your breasts, you can minimize it. Using cream or lotion for stretch marks can help prevent them and help your breasts retain firmness. Making sure you’re wearing the right size bra can minimize boob droop too.
6. Don’t Miss out on This Benefit of Working out
Working out doesn’t seem like it would be beneficial to your breasts. And breasts don’t get a ton of benefit from exercise but the muscles under, above and below your breasts do. This can actually help your breasts to stay lifted and firm. Working out is a healthy habit but it’s also one that helps you to look your best.
7. Discover the Magic of Correct Posture
Want your breasts to appear lifted immediately? Stand up straight. If you don’t believe this makes a difference, observe yourself in front of a mirror. Not only will your breasts appear lifted but you’ll look taller and slimmer. So, it’s a win all the way around. These 7 tips will make sure boob droop is something you never have. What tips do you have on this subject? Your comments are always welcome.