{Test This} Instant Breast Lifts by Bring It Up

20 FOFs will get to test Instant Breast Lifts by Bring It Up. To enter, answer in the comments below: Has your cup size changed over the years?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.


Newton said “what goes up, must come down,” and unfortunately, our FOF breasts are certainly no exception.

However, Denise Cooper, the genius behind Bring It Up Instant Breast Lifts won’t give in to gravity. A Los Angeles-based luxury salon owner, Denise listened to her female clients complain about their own sagging breasts for over twenty years — and was downright tired of it.

In 2001 she invented her Instant Breast Lifts, crescent-moon shaped, transparent, waterproof and hypoallergenic adhesives that work by lifting the breasts from the top.

“[The] product is a true beauty breakthrough,” says Denise. “Our ‘lift from the top’ method provides full support, without a bra.”

Since Denise introduced the product, they’ve been featured everywhere from Glamour and The Rachael Ray Show to that “best things” bible, O magazine. In 2009 Denise was awarded a U.S. patent for Bring It Up’s “method of lifting and supporting human breast tissue.”

The company claims the lifters can raise breasts up to six inches. Could it be true? Twenty FOFs will get to put this product to the test, then report back.

Enter to test Instant Breast Lifts by Bring It Up. 20 FOFs will win. To enter, answer in the comments below: Has your cup size changed over the years?

Can’t wait to find out if you’ve won? Need this product ASAP!? Bring it Up is offering a special discount to FOFs on Instant Breast Lifts and their other beauty fixers, this month only. Enter code FAB50 at checkout to receive $10 off your purchase of $25 or more.

(See all our past winners. See official rules. One winner is chosen at random from all those commenters who answer the question. Contest closes October 18, 2011.)

271 Responses to “{Test This} Instant Breast Lifts by Bring It Up”

  1. sara m ford says:

    Oh yes it has!!!! I am a dd now used to be a C years back. I would love to try this because I dont wear bras and need something to make my girls look alive again!!!

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  2. Pamela Dollar says:

    Oh this must be love ! i so hate my saggy boobs! i have lost lift over the years and was considering a breast lift! Maybe i could try these first to see how well they work!

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  3. Jeanette says:

    Everything changes, including my cup size, up for pregnancy, down after nursing.

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  4. Marianne says:

    A little larger, but then again I was emaciated in the 70’s – who wasn’t? Would absolutely love to try this product.

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  5. fhoagland says:

    I hate underwires but these may be the next best thing….I want these….

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  6. Sheila Totten says:

    I have gone from a C cup to a D over the past 10 years.Would really want to try this for a more youthful bustline

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  7. proud_mary53 says:

    I have heard of this poduct, hard to believe tape could hold up the breast, love to try the product to see if it acctually could hold the girls up without a bra.

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  8. vickie vickie says:

    love to try to get the “girls” lifted back to where they should be 🙂

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  9. suzanne quinten says:

    I’ve been looking at these, and wondered how effective they are. I could sure use these, since gravity has taken place! I’m a 34DD, and most bra straps dig in my shoulders. I would love to have these!

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  10. julie miler says:

    Yes, and I could certainly use an uplift!

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  11. popper10 says:

    Actually, my breast (36D) size has stayed the same. However, due to gravity and age, not only do the girls ride lower on my rib cage but they seem to have changed shape. They seem to be much flatter on the top, while staying heavy and full underneath. I wonder if the Instant Breast Lifts can do anything about filling the top of my bras? Now that would be a real blessing!

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  12. Becky says:

    It would be nice if these worked. I’ve used similar products in the past. I also sold them in the bridal/formalwear shop where I worked. The other brands would only work if you were an A or small B cup. Anything larger really didn’t work. Also, if your skin sweated while wearing them it would sometimes pull your skin off when you removed them. Hint: remove them in the shower!

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  13. Mary in MN says:

    As my age has gone north, my breasts have gone south. They have changed in shape and size, it would be good to try these breast lifts, better still if they work on larger breasts. I wonder how good they would be since most of the stick on bras only go up to size c cups.

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  14. Anne-Marie T says:

    My cup size hasn’t changed much, it varies depending on the style/cut of the bra though.

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  15. RarnChild says:

    They’ve changed as I’ve gained and lost and gained and etc . . .weight – so yes, they’re pretty saggy at the moment 🙁

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  16. Cynthia says:

    Oh yes, in my teens and early twenties, I had B cups. In my thirties and early forties, I went to C cups. Now, since my late forties and now early fifties, I’ve gone to D cups. Of course, I’ve experienced an alarming amount of weight gain with the onset of menopause. Such a cruel world, hot flashes, insomnia, and a tummy that won’t quit. Eeeek!

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  17. Linda says:

    They have definately gone south. I could really use a lift.

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  18. fabredhead says:

    My breasts have gotten larger due to weight gain, but going without a bra is definitely in the past.

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  19. mothert says:

    My cup no longer runneth over and my nipples can see my feet easier than I can! The girls have been with me through thick and thin (dieting) and nursing twins. . The only cleavage I have is the one I sit on. I need more than my sprits lifted:)

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  20. lynnzltd says:

    Could really , really use a pick”them” up !!!!

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  21. PJohnston says:

    Having had breast reduction surgery 15 years ago, I am now experiencing the “sunken treasure chest” syndrome once again! I definitely would love to have a “lift” in my “spirits!”

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  22. swoogietwo says:

    My breasts are forever changing. I breastfeed all three of my children and they have changed with each kid. I am not perimenapause and they are up and down along with my hormones.

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  23. tukute says:

    I spend a lot of time reassuring women how wonderful they are so I am all about looking my best. A little extra lift won’t hurt and I am sure would make me feel better.

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  24. etangel18 says:

    My breasts have lost their perky appearance! My cup sized changed from a B in my twenties to now a D cup in my fifties. I would love to try these lifts and see if they can work on me! I have considered a surgical breast lift and I went in for a consultation but the price is way past my budget. I am hoping to try these and get the lift I need. Pick me!

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  25. Stacey says:

    Yes, of course…in this case…gravity is not my friend…:((

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  26. wendy in wyoming says:

    Oh my goodness yes my bra size has changed. With menopause I have gained a bit of weight but my cup size has gone up from a 34c to a 38d. These are amazing, I can’t wait to see how they work on me.

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  27. Ginger Aulick says:

    Sounds like a great idea, but under what circumstance would you use these? I don’t normally go around without a bra, as all of the models are doing.

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  28. Holly Barley says:

    Just like all oof the FOF, gravity and child bearing has made the girls not quite girlish any more. My cup size however has remained the same. Not sure if that’s a blessing or a curse.

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  29. Letha says:

    The years have brought the sisters down!

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  30. Bjm says:

    I have lost weight and my girls have too, used to wear DD now don’t know what I wear

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  31. pan4949_1 says:

    My breast size has changed over the years, and still changes as I gain or lose weight.

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  32. Pam Koh says:

    Yes. Changed from a hardly there A to a droopy B. How did that happen? Never had fun and perky!

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  33. CloudDanc1 says:

    My cup size has gone from a 36C to a 38D over the years…..and yes GRAVITY is not ALWYAS your friend!!!! LOL!! This sounds like a great product to try!!

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  34. Joan says:

    Hi
    Cup size about the same or a little larger, but “the girls” have lost their density. They have felt more “squishy” since menopause…Thanks ! Joan

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  35. Naomi says:

    I usually waver between cup sizes. It would be amazing to be able to not wear a bra under a tank top!

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  36. Debbie Martin says:

    I would LOVE to find a product that enabled me to wear something strapless without a bra. I’ve tried other sticky invisible bras and nothing I’ve tried works on a DD cup.

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  37. Zoe Lee says:

    Yes, my size has gone up and down, with weight loss and gain. I have lots of different sized bras because of it. Z

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  38. Monicaustin says:

    My cup size – while not small since I was 13 – has gotten larger over the years. DDD. Though more than “heavy” than “droopy”, they could sure use a lift! LOL!

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  39. alert says:

    Oh yes, I have changed cup sizes. Things do grow,

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  40. Geekteach says:

    Heavens, yes! I was the proud owner of perky B-cups from my teens through my mid-20s. After the birth of my first child, my breast size increased to a very respectable C-cup. After the birth of my second child, my size increased to a D-cup. In my mid-40’s, a serious spine injury and subsequent massive doses of meds increased my cup size to double D. Although I eventually lost the extra weight, the double D’s remain. The girls are definitely in dire need of a major lift!

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  41. Mona Dyches says:

    Definitely my cup size has changed. I’ve gone from a 36B in my youth to a 36C after pregnancy and now I’m not sure what I am. Back to a B I believe.
    Mona

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  42. Laurab says:

    Weight gain and loss never affected my breast size, pregnancy did increase it slightly. Getting my first bra fitting at 48 was a major life changer, I’d been wearing the wrong size all my life!! As I age though the cups do seem smaller, small to begin with just less substance to them.

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  43. Dianne says:

    Used to be a B, but since having my son 22 years ago, I’ve been a heavy D. The girls sort of point toward my toes 🙁
    I’m sure they will get smaller as I lose weight (going to the gym now) so they will probably flatter, but I’m told they will still hang. This invention sounds wonderful! as bras are so uncomfortable now with the heaviness of these “girls”

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  44. mmimilinda says:

    I have gone from a 32 c to a 38 c in the years from my twenties to my current age of 67. Thankfully , there is still some “perk”, but I am fascinated by the possibility of the instant lifts….

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  45. sonsethues says:

    I’ve nursed five children who pulled, tugged, and squeezed the life out of my girls. It would be lovely to get a lift.

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  46. Soap says:

    Definately, my cup size has changed over the years….up and down like a yoyo. Now in my early 50’s with weight gain & menopause I’m wearing a 34DD or 36D depending on the bra style and manufacturer. Would love to feel them supported, lifted and looking good. I have very sloped shoulders, bra straps slide off continually. Hard to find a t-back or race back style that fits well to curb straps falling off.

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  47. Mary says:

    I (at 56) have a new husband who is one of those visual guys and the girls need to be showing more cleavage to keep his attention. Really, he says they’re just fine, but I know they need a bit (or more) of a lift to look like a newlywed. The cup size has remained the same, the firmness is what is lacking! It doesn’t help that I have lost weight recently and everything is a bit floppy!

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  48. Jo Ann McCready says:

    Yes, the dreaded droops have visited me!

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  49. janis says:

    I got a little bigger after I had kids but gravity has taken that away

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  50. Cathy says:

    My breast have been the size they were during pregnancy ever since menopause. No more perky!!!! Gravity has taken over.

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  51. CDSmile says:

    I had a Lumpectomy about 15 yrs. ago. Now I have to mismatch sisters. I am about a size 36B or one side and a 34b on the other. This makes me hard to fit. I believe to the lifts would really help me!

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  52. Suzy says:

    I didn’t wear a bra until I was 50. I’ve finally got boobs but they’re not so perky anymore. My cup size has gone up but it just makes wearing bras more uncomfortable.

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  53. Diane says:

    My breasts grew with each pregnancy. I was a 34B before having children. After 3 kids I’m a 38DDD.

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  54. luv2poms says:

    I was once a “perfect “36B” not too little, not too much.
    Now, with menopausal moods and weight gain I am a heavy 38D.
    Wow these girls are healthy, but fat and trying really hard to sag !!

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  55. Dee S says:

    YES!

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  56. Norma Grider says:

    Before my first baby, I was a 34A but after five babies and 45 years, I’m a 36C. The girls definitely don’t have the fullness they had several years ago and gravity has taken it’s toll.

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  57. Carol says:

    Ok, after 4 children, nursing 2, gaining and losing a lot of weight, I am now a 36D – which was a shock when I got measured for a new bra this weekend. I have always been a 34B, but even though I am at my lowest weight, the girls have grown and expanded to the extend that I detest them. I am almost at the point where my knees get bruised when I get undressed at night. This has affected my posture and self-esteem. I despise this feeling.

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  58. smscrane says:

    Wish my breast size would have gone down, but instead it has gone up. I’m a 38DDD at 61!!!

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  59. Corinne says:

    The band size has gone up, but cup size stays the same. Sagging is a problem, even though they are not very large.

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  60. Susan Miller says:

    I feel and look so much younger than my 68 years I am told but I feel my breasts are leaving me a little droopy and older than I am. So these is such a great product to avoid surgery and expensive bras. Oh please let me keep up my apperarnce with this and and still them guessing my age!!! Susan

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  61. livingmylife says:

    I haven’t had a decent supporting bra for years. I have definitely gone south. :<

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  62. sandi says:

    as my weight (and age) have gone up my breasts have actually gained a cup size. Problem is, I can’t go braless anymore and I’m the type that’s never comfortable for long in a bra. Great having actual cleavage for a change but I’d definitely rather have the freedom to wear whatever I want without the binding and correct syling of a bra.

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  63. sherry leann stewart says:

    I’ve never been very big and now am a little smaller. I wear bras that make me look a little bigger and some lift. I would love to try this product and see what other women have and I only “dream” about.

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  64. AJB says:

    I don’t think so.

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  65. Deborah Dewhurst says:

    YES….I used to be a C cup and am now a DD!!!

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  66. Barb Schaefer says:

    I keep praying my cup size will go down, but so far, it’s only gone up, even if my “around the middle” # goes down.

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  67. Janet Keyser says:

    Yes, mine have changed after the births of my daughters.

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  68. StChienne says:

    My cup size hasn’t changed — but gravity has certainly taken it’s toll! I’ve got droopy D cups. I do Pilates and Yoga to keep the underlying muscles strong, but at 57 I need help (and I really don’t want to get a breast lift!).

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  69. laurengjones says:

    yes, as I’ve aged, the girls have gotten bigger….as has the girth number….but not seemingly in proportion!

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  70. Karen says:

    I have a real problem and could def use this. I am very wide and have gained weight but I can’t find bras to fit because I am about 48 -50 wide but only a b-c cup so I go flopping around. I remember laughing at my grandmother who sagged to her waist and guess what ? Now I’m the gramma who sags to her waist lol

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  71. Karen Walker says:

    I had breast cancer in 2001. Now, one breast is somewhat saggier. This product seems like the answer.That being said, i am now a 38C &C1/2

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  72. Norma Lambert says:

    Let’s see. I was aways a sm. B. Now a sm. C. I have fullness at the bottom, not the top. So, I have problems filling the top of the cup. Hope this makes sense. Tried various ‘fixes’ but just don’t feel comfortable. Have gone slightly up and down as w/wt. but not significant.

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  73. Patricia Myrick says:

    My bra size has changed in number but not in cup.
    BUT: I no longer fill out the cup…yeck!

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  74. freebyrdmom says:

    I used to be bigger but now I am about one cup size smaller. Not that low yet only because not enough there. It would be nice to have a “Lift” without surgery.

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  75. Jacqualin says:

    Mine had not changed since high school. I am still a 36C. However I had a lumpectomy two years ago and now the affected one is perkier than its sister

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  76. janarooke says:

    Yes, from a perky B to a slack and droopy D!
    4 babies, breastfeeding, weight gain and menopause!!!!
    HELP!!!!!
    Jana

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  77. Ali Moss says:

    It fluctuates with my weight but I hardly ever wear a bra anyway. For that reason, the instant lift would be great because I would get the shape I want without wearing a bra.

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  78. Frances Kranik says:

    Having lost 110 pounds has affected the girls more than anything – the flesh is there, but there is no substance. They look really, REALLY sad! =(

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  79. Carole Penner says:

    My weight has gone up and down for the past 25 years, and my breasts have gone up and down as well! I used to be a full C, but now at 64 I’m a small B.

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  80. Linda says:

    Has it ever! From A to B toA to B to A to B, every time I got pregnant. And now it’s trying for C but I’m fighting it. Hope I win.

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  81. Art by Karena says:

    Help me, help me I’m falling!!

    Karena

    Art by Karena

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  82. Bet says:

    B to D. Sad, sad, sad.

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  83. Margaret says:

    Yes, since my hysterectomy, my breasts have changed a lot. Would love to give these a try.

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  84. Corinne Garrett says:

    Of course, gravity ultimately wins. Which FOF wouldn’t benefit from a little lift?

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  85. Marsha Crain says:

    My bra size has changed from an A ( is a really concave!!!) until after I had my son to a C.

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  86. Zenaida says:

    Yes. From a C to a DD.

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  87. Fab55 says:

    I work out, especially the chest and arm area and STILL I am starting to sag and bag like an old hag…. I have gone from B to C to D!! This would be fun to try.

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  88. colleen says:

    OK, I’m doubting this works….prove it!
    I haven’t changed much just lower.

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  89. Carla says:

    Yes, and I now have weight under my armpits that bulges over my bra! Help!

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  90. littlerockcb says:

    Woe is me, I am becoming my mother after all. I went from a B to a C after children and have since gone to a D. My mom is a DD and I really don’t want to go there. Really!! Guess this is the reason why I like to swim. The girls are still perky in the water. 🙂

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  91. valorosa says:

    Yes, with weight fluctuations and 4 children, nothing is the same.

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  92. jrdora says:

    Actually one is bigger than the other due to surgery and they are hanging a little heavy these days too.

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  93. nangnang365 says:

    I was a regular 34B in my teens and 20s, a 36B in my late 20s and early 30s…before I had my daughter, a 36D right after, down to a 36B and then up to a 36C as I gained weight over the years, and now am a small 34B (one side is almost an A cup) after losing 50 lbs 3 years ago. The girls have not held up as well as I had hoped and could definitely use some help.

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  94. Marcia says:

    From a B to a C and now sagging – definitely NOT flattering. I remember some that went under the breast, not above and they were uncomfortable. I would love to test these out.

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  95. cheryl says:

    Cup size has changed to a double D.

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  96. cheryl says:

    It has over the years.

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  97. Janet says:

    This past year I’ve lost 75 pounds so naturally my cup size has changed. But not necessarily for the better. Gravity is cruel!

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  98. alwazalady says:

    Yes, my cup size has changed in the past 2 years because I lost 20 lbs and being over 50 makes it difficult to keep the firmness after dramatic weight loss. In fact, I don’t actually know my true size now. I have fluctuated from a 38 DD to roughly a 36 D.

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  99. gailstep says:

    Yes, as I’ve gained and lost weight, I’ve gone back and forth between a 34B and a 36C.

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  100. Sonja says:

    I large breasts anyway but having kids and age………my size and cup have changed many times!!! I try to measure and get so confused. I think I have had at least three different sets of bra’s of different sizes just trying to get the best lift and fit. Would love to see if these would work!

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  101. ROSE M. KING says:

    “YES”! “YES”! “YES”! LORD YES!!!! FROM C TO DD, TO ANSWER THE QUESTION. I WOULD LOVE, LOVE, LOVE TO BE SELECTED FOR THE TRIAL GIFT.

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  102. Jessica Dewey says:

    Boy, could I use this! Gravity is winning this game, unfortunately. 🙁 Yes, cup size has increased but bigger isn’t always better. I need a lift……both physically and psychologically!

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  103. Dana says:

    My bra size has changed..it went from size up to why are you down there? I went to Hooters with my husband and said wow..is that where my breasts are supposed to be? He just gave me that grin and said nothing. I would love to have something that works like this. It looks so natural!

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  104. michy says:

    I’ve increased at least 2 cup sizes over the years. If this product could hold these boulders up — I’d love to give it a try. I would love to feel sexy again, if possible and loose the droop. Maybe it will have me find my belly again!!!

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  105. Kathy M says:

    my cup size has changed from a C cup in my 20’s to a DD in my 50’s. And saggy!

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  106. Virginia McDougall says:

    Yes from an A to DDD

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  107. JustD says:

    I’m small at the top, but would love the opportunit to see my gurls saluting me once again. At this age I guess I shouldn’t care since I’m not as well endowed as my larger endowed sisters of the world, but I’d like to feel that surge of naked confidence to go without a bra with my gurls smiling right beneath me once more as I tip into the Age of Twilight ;D

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  108. Jacque says:

    I’m skeptical. I have D breasts and have found nothing to help hold them up except for an underwire bra. it would be interesting to test out.

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  109. Kate says:

    This would be heaven sent for everyone who has had any kind of breast reconstruction after a mastectomy. That breast is going to stay like it was when done but the other one still changes and needs help. So yes my cup size has changed dramatically.

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  110. ivania says:

    Yep, say it isn’t true, but gravity and time has had an influence on my cup size.

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  111. Catherine says:

    A quick scan of the comments below confirms that one would be hard pressed to find a woman whose cup size hasn’t changed over the years. Aging, being pregnant, giving birth, breast feeding, illness, gaining and losing weight all contribute.

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  112. westwind16 says:

    Wow, back in BC (before children) I was a D cup, but everything was firm. 🙂 Now, 30 years later, I’m wearing a DDD and fighting gravity every day! These lifts would take some of the pressure off my shoulders!

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  113. Sue S. says:

    My cup size has changed in that I need a bigger size and more support….worse yet, one side is sagging lower than the other. This product looks like I’d be able to adjust its use so both of my darlings will be at the same level—I won’t be listing to the left anymore!!

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  114. Barbara Wicklund says:

    My cup size goes up and down with my weight!

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  115. kathyfodi@fuse.net says:

    I recently noticed that my cup size has changed, because when I lose any kind of weight, it seems to happen in my breasts first. Not exactly the place that I like to see any weight disappear!! I nursed 3 children and I have been told that my “girls” are pretty nice:) So giving them a natural lift would give me a happy pick me up too!!

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  116. PAT HAYDEN says:

    YES THEY HAVE CHANGED, I HAD BREAST CANCER 6 YEARS AGO AND THE RADIATION DID A TOLL ON MY BREAST

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  117. ctaylor60 says:

    Oh Lordy, Lordy yes! In the past year the girls have decided to head south for an extended vacation!

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  118. Samsnana says:

    Yes my cup size has increased and the girls are definitely lower …makes sense. I would LOVE to see them lifted – it would really increase my equally drooping self-image as I age!

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  119. baby1122 says:

    My breasts have changed sizes, during pregnancy and over the years as my weight fluctuated. They now hang straight down and I spend big dollars on bras to lift them which are extrememly uncomfortable. I would love to find a miracle that lifts your breasts and is comfortable at the same time.

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  120. gabriac says:

    Seems as if Marilyn and I have something in common. Same response!

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  121. Delores says:

    My girls have really gone South (not just for the winter!) and down a size or two when I lost weight. They haven’t been perky since I was in my 20’s, now 55. It would be nice to look good in a form fitting sweather or to look down my body and not just see feet.

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  122. gabriac says:

    It used to be a 36C, now it is a 38 Long!
    Gaining/losing weight, breastfeeding 3 babies has taken its toll.

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  123. Tina says:

    No change but my bras are not fitting the same and I do believe it’s because the girls are drooping.

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  124. Deb B says:

    Menopause did it to me – lack of density and the “sag” has brought me up at least 1 cup size if not 2….At a younger age I would have thought this was wonderful, however, at age 55 and sagging…not so great 🙁

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  125. Marilyn says:

    Yes, Now instead of a 36 C I am a 36 Long! hehehe

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  126. Anne Amiel says:

    Has it ever! Of course, so has the rest of me!

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  127. Kathy says:

    Most definitely my cup size has changed over the years. Let me put it this way..not too long ago my 20 something daughter and I were in a dressing room trying on bathing suits. When I took off my bra my daughter looked at me and said, “Aww, that’s sad.” Nursing babies, weight gain, weight loss…help!

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  128. Ellen says:

    Yes, it certainly has.

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  129. barb says:

    They have! I used to be an A or B, but after nursing 3 babies and aging, I’m a C.

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  130. Rose says:

    After reconstruction surgery 15 years ago my natural breast is much lower than the reconstructed one. The before and after pictures are amazing.

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  131. Jane NC says:

    I used to be horrified at the “old lady” breasts of my grandmothers. Well, I’m there now! Not that big- went from a B to a C after children, but what there is is saggy. So embarassing! Would love to be “perky” again!Please let me try these & see if my “youthful figure” will reappear! (Haha!)

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  132. Kathy01 says:

    My cup size has changed over the last 2 years. I went from a FF to a D. I lost alot of weight and now my breasts seem to sag even more than before. I would love to try these!
    Thanks
    Kathy

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  133. lifeiswonderful2 says:

    wonder if there’s help for me???!!! I’ve went from a 34 C to a 36 DD …I’m reminded of a song: do your boobs hang low, do they wobble to and frow, Can you tie them in a knot, can you tie them in a bow, can you throw them over your shoulder like a great big boulder, do your boobs hang low. HA HA My answer is a great big astounding YES ! I realize they’ll never be the perky “girls” they once were, But this product sounds amazing and I’d love to give them a try 🙂

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  134. jfscott1948 says:

    Over the years my breast have grown larger(I think from weight gain). They are very saggy and are starting to slide under my armpits. I really need a product that will lift them or breasr surgery which I can’t afford. I need all the help that I can get.

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  135. Margarida says:

    Yes I have increased my breast cup over the last few years.

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  136. NancyG says:

    Heck yes, my cup size has changed. After having my kids it seemed that all my friends complained they shrunk after nursing. Not me, I went from a B-C to a D-DD. I would love to go from “dangling duds” to “delightfully delicious.”

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  137. Adrienne LeVasseur says:

    My cup size has not changed in at least 30 years.

    Thank you. I look forward to trying these. I hope they work because if they do they will become a staple in my wardrobe.

    Adrienne LeVasseur

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  138. Jeanette says:

    yes, dieting, gaining weight, nursing, have all taken their toll. I still wear the same cup size, but it fits differently.

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  139. Teresa Behl says:

    They have changed, I have lost weight and they have decreased.

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  140. Lili says:

    Yes! I used to be a B even after two pregnancies. Now I am a very full C and it is uncomfortable.

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  141. Kellie says:

    My cup size – D – has stayed the same over the years, even when my weight has gone up and down. . My breasts have always sagged! They were never those cute perky breasts we all desire.

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  142. Badgerfanz says:

    Oh heck they have changed, I know use those things you put on the end of toothpaste tubes to roll them babies up! 🙂

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  143. palapalaluke says:

    MY breast size has gotten bigger.

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  144. michele says:

    Yes, I have gone from a 34 c to a 36 c. I now buy bras with the underwire for an added lift and bras with a wider strap because I try to lift them up by tightening the strap. lol The things us women do to look good! 🙂

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  145. Bette Butcher says:

    Sure have!

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  146. Tammi Perdew says:

    Three pregnancies, nursing, weight loss, weight gain, aging…yes, my cup size has changed. I like the size I am now – I would just love to have a lift!

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  147. Anne says:

    Oh yes, from B in my 20’s to C now (in my 50’s).

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  148. ShemCreek says:

    What a fabulous idea! Nearing 70, I seem to be droopy all over and this product could definitely help the most sagging area. What a difference that would make in my overall appearance!

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  149. deborahf2 says:

    So who is playing this joke on me? Where were these big girls I have now years ago when I could have put them to better use..now I am just searching for a comfortable lifter upper:)

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  150. hcooney says:

    not for a long time but I’m probably not wearing the right size bra.

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  151. Karen says:

    From A to B, now C! I always wished for this size when younger, but not with the “droop factor”! Having the perkiness with the size would definitely be a plus!

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  152. FOFgirl says:

    yes.

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  153. Patricia weindorfer says:

    Yes, like most women my cup size has changed through the years- it has gotten larger in my case. I would love to test this product & see if I can achieve the same result as the before & after pictures. Also, I’m wondering how comfortable the adhesive will be & how long it will stay on- it would be very embarrassing for one to give out while you were out in public- I would definitely have to do a test run before using this product for a night out!

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  154. Kelly Saucedo says:

    My cup size and breast shape has changed over the years….when I was younger, before children I was a 34 C. After having my two daughters (22 months apart) I went down to a 34 B. As I’ve gotten older, my metabolism has slowed down and I put on a few pounds, I went back to a 34 C, trying to lose a couple of pounds and now I’m in between a 34 B and a 34 C…Help!

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  155. Lynne says:

    Yes! Does this work for us triple D girls?!

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  156. Marynell says:

    My C’s are now D’s – I seem to be failing in breast class.

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  157. Michelle says:

    Ohmigosh. They’ve quadrupled in size and now I can’t see my own toes because of them! LOL They’ve gone South and I dream of the days where I can at least make it to the Equator.

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  158. Thelma Cyprian says:

    My cup size has gone from a C to an A. My breast also seem thinner than they were a few years ago. I was talking to my granddaughter about this a few days ago, and she was offering suggestions which I plan to try.

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  159. InMO says:

    From a B to a D.

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  160. Vickie says:

    My cup size has definitly changed after all the years. Was a C, then a D, now finally a DD….don’t know why except gravity must have set in. lol

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  161. Thereislightonthehorizon says:

    {“Our ‘lift from the top’ method provides full support, without a bra.”}

    Really! I haven’t been able to go “bra less” in 30 yrs!!
    Now that would be a treat!

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  162. Susan says:

    YES! I have the worst case of “Coopers droopers”. I have gone from a “B” to a “DD” thanks to the power of gravity.

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  163. geri says:

    Yes most definitely. With all the hormone changes and age it has.

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  164. BB says:

    Wow, I can remember when I looked like the sketch in the ad — doesn’t seem that long ago, but alas change is inevitable!

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  165. geri says:

    Has your cup size changed over the years?

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  166. sandra barbee says:

    “my cup runneth over. Please come to my rescue.

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  167. Diane says:

    Yes its has I went from an A to a C

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  168. Cindy says:

    Yes, everything has gone south!

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  169. Mary Ann says:

    My cup size has changed over the years. I used to be a B and then a C and now I bet if I were measured they would tell me I am a D. I would love to try this product.

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  170. Judith Marshall says:

    Boy, these babies better be made with industrial strength stickum to lift my boobies. I can’t help cringing at the thought of ripping them off. Ouch!

    Judith Marshall
    Author of “Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever”

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  171. Pat says:

    my girls have gone from a c to a DD since my thirties. I’ve now lost a lot of weight but the girls have gone south and none of the cup sizes work right. Would love them not to be blini.

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  172. LHowe says:

    my cup size has changed enough times (weight gain/loss, pregnancy) that I wasn’t buying the right size at all. Last fitting floored me when they said DD!

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  173. lynnzltd says:

    Absolutely my cup size has changed from an A to a C cup in 30 years and two kids ago. Its not the size thats as annoying as where they are…not at my waist but heading in that direction!!!

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  174. BlueBear says:

    My cup size changed after nursing my son and it’s never been the same. I actually got smaller! Now, at 66, they’re droopy. As another poster said, maybe we shouldn’t care at this age but, in reality, we do! We’re watching everything else go south and, if we can find something to perk us up, why not go for it?

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  175. Joyce Barone says:

    ATTENTION! Wow! Making that statement would boost confidence and maintain a straight stance. Take aim!

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  176. Susan says:

    My breasts are much lllooooonnnggeeer!

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  177. Maurene says:

    I would love to try these. Would make me feel years younger than the 60 I am….

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  178. Cindy says:

    My breasts haven’t changed size, but they have certainly moved south.

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  179. jetlag383 says:

    I am so tired of shifting my chest to simply sit or lounge on my sofa.
    When you have to physically move the parts God gave you, it is time for action!

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  180. Brenda says:

    After 3 children and being overweight all my life the girls are larger and heading south. I went from a C cup to a D. I have lost 45 lbs over the last year and the girls are very saggy and just lay in the bra. I would love for them to stand up on their own again. Who wouldn’t?

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  181. smfsprout says:

    When I was younger, my cup size was comfortable. As I have gotten older and packed on the pounds, all I see when I look in the mirror is BOOBS! So, the answer to your question would be a resounding Yes.

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  182. Lottie McKnight says:

    This looks amazing! I would love to try it. I am 58 and it is time for a up lift. Thank you for letting me know that there is something available that does not require surgery.

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  183. musicmn11 says:

    OMG Yes!!!!!!!!!! My cup size is not very big but the drooping is awful. Please help!

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  184. sgrissom says:

    Yeah for sure! Was in a B cup forever it seems. After the change the girls headed downhill and kept increasing. I am now DDD or G. Would love to try these out to see if they would make a difference.

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  185. bclaxton says:

    I am 62 and lost 84pounds over the last two years. My cup size has changed dramatically and the girls are pointing at the floor now. Yuck!

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  186. Carol D says:

    Well let me tell you, if they work on me, they’ll work on anyone. After four kids and breastfeeding, I am a 46FF. I never even knew there was such a size! I was a 36D as a teen, so I couldn’t wear halter tops like everyone else. My mom said they’d “droop” when I got older if I went without a bra. Well they “drooped” anyhow!

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  187. Sherry B. says:

    Yes. I was a 38 C-cup throughout my thirties and now at 58, I am a 44 DD-cup. And this is without a significant change in my weight. My breasts are very heavy and, of course, they are sagging. I am 5’1″ and weigh 135 lbs, so I look rather weird!

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  188. Judy Livingston says:

    My cup size has changed due to weight gain, age, and GRAVITY!!!!! LOL Could realy use a LIFT!!!

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  189. Mary in MN says:

    These instant breast lifts sound great, but as many have said, since my breasts have increased in size, I am unsure they would work on large breasts.
    I would be excited to try these and any lift would be nice. My shoulders would be happier, probably make hubby happy too!

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  190. Gwen says:

    Absolutely! Time has taken it’s toll and I’ve seriously contemplated having a breast lift but have heard horror stories so have opted out of that. This would be wonderful.

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  191. Marcelle Cole says:

    I would love to see if these would lift my DD’s from slump to bodacious lady Lumps!

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  192. pattib says:

    At age 67 there has certainly been a change but I firmly believe this would be a nice help to an otherwise really OK body. Would love to try this out as I love to go braless. My cup size has definately changed over the years.

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  193. Katie M says:

    Yes,My cup size has changed over the years mostly because of weight gain and not always wearing the right size.I’d love to try this product out.

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  194. Roberta says:

    I would LOVE to have my girls back up where they belong! I’ve recently lost 30 pounds which have made them sag even further.

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  195. Tess M. says:

    “Changed” is a mild word for it. Before pregnancy, I was a firm B-cup. I didn’t gain an inordinate about of weight when I was pregnant, but my poor boobs swelled to HH proportions.

    Add a year of breastfeeding to that, and well, the girls have never recovered. To make matters worse, only one shrank down to a full D. The other is DD+, and they both prefer to watch my toes go by these days.

    I would enjoy trying out these breast lifts to see if they can help give me back my former perkiness, even if they could do nothing to even out the size discrepancy!

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  196. Diana Verner says:

    Oh boy, have they changed! They have growned and they sag…smh! The bras I use to wear are not enough support for the girls.

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  197. Rachel Schecter says:

    Went from looking like Twiggy at 18, to being a Double D at 61. Problem is, the right “girl” lost her point in a pArtial mastectomy and then was radiated, so now is is not only smaller, she’s actually perkier than her no longer identical twin sister. I’ve also just finished losing 40 pounds put on post-bc. So here I am, at 61, with a new body (thin), nice looking “girls”, but they’re digging into my shoulders, and can’t seem to get their act balanced. I’d love to try this new product!

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  198. Barbara Buckley says:

    Yes, my girls used to be sunny-side ups but now they are scrambled and hanging down low (no more sunshine) and the older I get the heavier they get so they keep on dropping!

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  199. VALERIE says:

    tENNIS BALLS IN THE BOTTOM OF A TUBE SOCK. tHATS WHAT i LOOK LIKE NOW. i NEVER CAN GO WITHOUT A BRA. tHESE WOULD BE WONDERFUL TO WEAR. a D-CUP IS WHAT I AM ON TO A DD CUP SOON. I WOULD LOVE TO TRY THESE AND MAYBE FEEL SEXY AGAIN.

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  200. catherine lawton says:

    Since having my four children I have gone from a B cup to a triple D, and none seem to look right, I still sag.

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  201. arlenes says:

    An amazing transformation! The “girls” a small, and let’s face it, we could all use a lift.
    Seems like someone should incorporate these inserts into a comfortable no under-wire bra. Anyone up for the challenge?

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  202. maz says:

    my size has gone down 🙁 but could still use a lift.

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  203. mswelburn says:

    Oh my gosh has my cup size changed over the years? My body has gone through so many changes over the last 35 years that yes my cup size has changed and more than once. These instant breast lifts by Bring it Up sound soooo exciting and oh to be able to go bra-less again!!

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  204. Kathy Keenan says:

    I am much heavier than I once was–but my cup size is still a B. My breasts certainly LOOK bigger, so I guess a 46B cup is bigger than a 36B cup. And while they don’t look like socks filled with wet sand (yet), the ladies are definitely heading south.

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  205. kaliekid says:

    I have gone from a 44 C to a 42 DD losing weight and the cup size is bigger after losing some weight. Some bras I am wearing a 40 DD. I would love to have a perky outlook on life without surgery lol.

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  206. Trisha says:

    I appear to be changing all the time. After my hysterectomy (12 years ago?) , I went from a 36B to a 36C. Now, as I am getting older – into the 60’s – and my bra straps were digging grooves into my body, I discover that I have now become a 38D. These heavier girls could use a little perking up!

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  207. Cheryl Kniaz says:

    As I have gained weight, my breasts have gotten bigger. However, in this case bigger is NOT better.

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  208. Andrea T says:

    Oh my, and how they’ve changed! In my teen years they were perky little ski slopes, a nice slope that curved nicely. In my 30’s Victoria added just enough padding and lift to make them still plump and pretty. As the forties entered and exited and the last child was born they still had some lift, probably baby fat. Now, 4 breast-fed children later has taken its toll, in combination with being now at 53, the snow has melted and the puddles remain and as they quickly head south, the once perky ski slopes are no more.

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  209. Lea says:

    Oh Heavens yes! I went from an A cup in my teens and 20’s to a B cup in my 30’s and 40’s – now at 56 years, the girls have expanded to a C cup!!! Gravity has taken its toll too. I live in the deep South where it is humid and bras can be really hot. It would really be a treat to see the girls “perky” again, sans the holder.

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  210. bulinda moore says:

    I am praying I will be chosen as my mother died of breast cancer on September 5, 1998 and I was her only child. So far I am healthy just nervous sometimes thinking what if. I try had to do exercises that will lift my breast but they are a 42DD and it is hard since I am losing weight. Please consider me to be a winner. Thanks so much for having such a contest.

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  211. judy hall says:

    Mine has probably changed TWICE in the last year! Good Grief!

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  212. janet says:

    I started at a 32A and as I have gotten older I am now a 36B. My mother did the same thing.

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  213. 56at55 says:

    Starting at 16, I was a DD for years and years, even when I was a little too thin in my early 20s. Didn’t change till after I had my first and only baby at 32. Since then, I have worn a D cup. I’ve heard that you lose a cup size with every baby…and I’m an example of that.

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  214. Rosemary says:

    As a young woman I was nearly a perfect C cup. When I became pregnant that increased and then as a nursing mom it increased even more. Then, I was back to a C, more or less, until my second pregnancy, which repeated the whole process, except that I never quite achieved a full C again. When I hit menopause, gravity hit and now I’m not quite a B!

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  215. paula says:

    mine has decreased over the years.

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  216. Barbara says:

    My breasts seem to blow up with any weight gain. In my 30s and 40s (when not pregnant or nursing) I was a DD. Now I’m lucky to fit in a G cup. But I wear a size 12 skirt, and my tops would be 12 too, but for the boobs. It’s a struggle to avoid looking matronly.

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  217. Foxylady13 says:

    After breastfeeding four babies, weight gains & losses over the years, my once firm (notice I did not say “perky”– they were never “perky”) breasts have gone from a “C” cup to double “D’s” (when breastfeeding), back to “C’s” & now I don’t even know– I just know the girls are sagging and need some help A.S.A.P!

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  218. Karina says:

    I always assumed that I wouldwear the same bra size and aside from getting older knew I was going downward….I finally went to a NY bra store to be measured and to get new bras. From 34B I have gone to 34D. Bras are more comfortable but this would be ideal to wear and give me the uplift I would like.

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  219. penlandt says:

    I’ve recently lost 30 lbs and- well- some of that loss was in my breast– I’m sixty, sexy and sagging!!! HELP!!!

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  220. Maria says:

    perkless

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  221. Linda says:

    You better believe it – not only have they changed in size, but also gone south…

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  222. Susan Bradley says:

    I am still wearing the same bra size, but I’m always re-adjusting the straps…gravity is a powerful thing.

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  223. Loren says:

    Not really, but the shape has definetly changed!

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  224. mlh125 says:

    i could use a pick-me-up these days.

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  225. klm624 says:

    From A to B, now C! I always wanted to be this size when I was younger, but not with the, “droop factor”? It would be great to have the size AND the perkiness too!

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  226. els622 says:

    Unfortunately, yes, my cup size has changed. I just purchased a C cup bra for the first time since I was 15 (I’ve also lost a considerable amount of weight over the years). The concept looks wonderful. I was wondering. If the adhesive came loose on one side (much like breaking a bra strap) would I look like the before and after pictures at the same time? LOL!!!

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  227. belindabg says:

    Yes, what was once an “A” is now a large, hanging “C” and with my chest measurement being 48″, it’s IMPOSSIBLE to find a well-fitting bra. I NEED THESE, PLEASE LET ME TEST THEM!

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  228. Diane K. says:

    Oh yes, I’ve gained and I’ve lost weight over the years thus changing my bra size more times than I’d like to remember. It’s funny, recently I’ve been so obsessed with how unhappy I am with the shape and sagging of my breasts that I am actually considering having a breast uplift. However, I am not thrilled with the concept of having plastic surgery. If I could find something like this product that could produce the lift that I so desperately need, I would be a very happy camper. I would love, more than I could possibly express in this comment, to try this product and maybe gain the appearance of the youthfulness my breasts once had many years ago. That would be a G-dsend. Nothing can make you feel so incredibly unsexy as boobs that swing toward your back when you lie down. Thank you for the opportunity to possibly test this product. This is an extremely generous offer. Good Luck To All!!!!!

    Diane K.
    kleimanlaw at aol dot com

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  229. 1955nurse says:

    Yes, my cup size has changed over the years… it changed after each of my 2 children, & seems to have changed after my Hysterectomy as well!!!

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  230. Linda says:

    Women constantly underestimate the importance of good foundation. Nothing wrecks an outfit like an ill-fitting bra. http://www.flirtini.blog.com/

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  231. landart1 says:

    Yes, I’ve increased in cup size over the years.

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  232. alleesyi says:

    My cup size has changed after breast feeding and now at my age, things just kind of droop

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  233. Cynthia says:

    All my life I’ve referred to myself as a founding member of the Itty-Bitty-Titty Committee. Just as I was becoming an FOF, I quit smoking (thank you) and then ran smack into menopause. 35 pounds later I do indeed have a new bra size. I had a very brief time to enjoy finally having something to jiggle … and now they’re changing composition (losing the upper part) and dropping. Dang.

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  234. jan says:

    My have gotten bigger which I had always wanted but this happen just in time for them to go south. There is just no winning, but I hope to win these to help my sagging breasts.

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  235. Jody says:

    Yes gravity has taken it’s toll. Got anything for the back fat too?

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  236. HERBERCJ says:

    Unfortunately No! I have been stuck between an A and a B since they have stopped growing. And I think they stopped growing in 8th grade. The benefit is that they are not very saggy. But, I think I’d give up a little droop for an extra scoop.

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  237. Leticia says:

    Weight gain, loss, have contributed to a change in cup size. Gravity and age working their magic too, but the girls are still “hanging” in their and putting up a most courageous fight! I’m proud of you GIRLS!

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  238. creativitygal says:

    7 letters, GRAVITY

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  239. kariann says:

    I tend to increase each time I gain or lose weight. Plus gravity has taken its toll on the ol’ girls.

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  240. Stephanie says:

    Yes, since I stopped smoking and gained weight AND the onset of menopause I have gone from a 34 B to a 40DD!

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  241. vivi says:

    My breasts have begun to sag more as I’ve aged and this past year I had breast cancer with surgery and radiation on one breast which changed the look of one of my breasts tremendously. I would be very, very interested in the lifts to improve my appearance and to match the degree of lift of my breasts.

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  242. jill hurant says:

    Boy is that an understatement!!! At the age of 60( not sure how that is possible!) my boobs look like the #6 (droopy), not like the #0(cute and perky). Instant Breast lifts…..maybe the 6 will turn into a 9. Sounds good to me!!!

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  243. Rebecca says:

    My breasts have changed from C to D to DD. What I found super interesting is that a 36C is the same exact cup size as a 32DD (I’ve been both), yet I’ve got to pay more for the DD cup.

    I think women should file a class action lawsuit against manufacturers for unfair practices.
    A woman who wears a 42 whatever doesn’t pay more for a bra than one who wears a 32, 34, 36, etc., so why should we have to pay more for a larger cup size?

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  244. princess56 says:

    I used to be so Perky! I was a 34B and Pert….then I increased a little bit, I was a 34 C and my boyfriend, who would become my future hubby, said that it was just a perfect handful. I tried to believe him, but inside me the inner voice said if it gets bigger, it won’t suddenly get smaller. Then I came came home one day so upset! VS had measured me and I was a 36C. My size was bigger, or had their bras gotten smaller?? The problem is a C cup was ok, but as they started to reach the 50’s they weren’t PERT! They were starting to go South…and VS measured me again, low and behoe, I had gained another cup size! Was it because I was sagging? I wasn’t changing otherwize. Now I need to have someone short run underneath me to hold them up so I can be perky once more.

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  245. Vicki Vicki says:

    I am 54 years young but my breasts are now pointing to my feet! I need a pick me up. I have larger breasts now and the weight of them has influenced gravity to take hold of them and move them down and down. Remember the saying, you have great boobs if you can hold a pencil under them without it dropping….well I can hold the pencil bag! HELP!!!!!!!

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  246. cyndecat says:

    Cup size only changed during pregnancy years ago but 20 years of going braless has caused the girls to sag -opkay they are lying nearly flat. This was incredibly pointed out to me on my cruise recently when I was wearing a strappless dress and the topp was just sitting there – no chance of the girls falling out – the empire waist held the dress up not my boobs!!!

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  247. peggy says:

    No, my cup size has pretty much remained the same.

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  248. wizardewu says:

    My cup size has stayed the same, but the girls are not as perky as they used to be.

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  249. Lynne Tilleman says:

    Yes, mine have changed from a B to a D after 3 babies, some extra weight and menopause, but at 55 I guess that’s normal. Like others have mentioned, they do seem to be more full at the bottom than the top. Sure would love to try this product—sounds like a solution to the problem!

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  250. Mary says:

    The first place I seem to gain weight is my breasts. As soon as my bra starts to feel uncomfortable I know it is time to start cutting back

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  251. Patannarn@msn.com says:

    this sounds great, i have been big breasted for a long time. it sometimes hurts my shoulders and back.
    i also have not been able to wear a sleveless style of anything. i go to a party and everyone is dressed with strapless outfits, i on the other hand is always in something much less sexy. it made me fill like i was standing out among all the others and i become embarrassed
    Pat

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  252. Barbara says:

    Oh Yeah!,darn.After two children and age 50 plus i could use some help Hello.

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  253. Debbie Girard says:

    I have lost a lot of weight in the past few years do to illness. I went from a D cup to an A cup. My breast were so floppy they just hung there. I am now back up to a 32 B. My girls look so much better but sure could use a lift.

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  254. travelgirl says:

    strangely, my cup size seems to change slightly all the time. I can wear a C cup occassionally, but most times a D cup. It seems to vary also with the brand of the bra – better brands are not always the best for me.

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  255. Susan says:

    I havd had 2 surgeries on my left breast which cells were removed. My left breast is much smaller on top than my right. My bras never fit right on that size and I like the idea of the lift on my left side to lift it up to fill up the cup. Thanks for thinking up the breast!

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  256. Laura says:

    Yes, yes, a thousand times yes. They are double Ls– Larger and Lower.

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  257. Kristin Gilbert says:

    Most definitely- I went from a C to a D. I need a lift!!!

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  258. Linda says:

    yes, I have increased from a d to a dd or even ddd in some bras, anxious to test the lifts to see if they really work

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  259. Sherri Rodgers says:

    Wow what a difference a good lift makes. Nothing worse than an attractive women in a beautiful outfit without the proper under garments. I have changed sizes and have to check fit on regular basis. They use to be my friends now they fight me every chance they get. Oh well love being a woman. If they are not nice to me I will bind them. LOL

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  260. Katie5 says:

    I had scolosis as a child, so I have to different cup sizes; the left breast seems to get bigger but the right never does.

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  261. Mrsfitz says:

    Absolutely! At my last fitting I found out I am a DD or DDD! I was wearing a D so you can imagine what that looked like….

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  262. Cynt1 says:

    OMG! Has my cup size changed? Hell yeah! I know I need to get new bras, but somehow I manage to put my ponies in the bras that I have somehow!

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  263. melissa0214@earthlink.net says:

    Absolutely. I recently had a chest xray and was mortified when I saw the picture hanging up on the wall. What used to be sitting on my chest is now sitting below my rib cage!! OMg…..help me…;0)

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  264. rosevincentia says:

    As my dress size increased, so did my bra size, including cup size. This product looks amazing in the photos. It’s hard to believe that something can really support the weight of full breasts for the over-50 woman, but I would love to try it.

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  265. Diana G says:

    What a great product idea!!! Can’t wait to see if it really works. I’m so tired of straps falling or elastic digging into my skin.

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  266. Tamera Stevens says:

    I was flat-chested until until my late 20’s, and have kept growing ever since. It’s getting harder and harder to hold them up!

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  267. cynthetta says:

    I put on weight after forty (who hasn’t?). While I enjoy my larger breast size, I now have thighs to match! I HATE to wear bras now, so these little lifts may do the trick!

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  268. vclark500 says:

    Through pregnancy and weight gain my breast never changed in size.

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  269. Alanna says:

    I would love to try something like this! My cup size has changed, but it’s the sag’n’all that gets me down.

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  270. Marlene says:

    Yes, my cup size has changed over the years. When I was in high school, I had to wear a very padded bra. I was so self-conscious and absolutely had to have boobs for my high school picture and don’t think people didn’t notice – it was like going from 0 to 60 in a second!! Now, I am about a B cup and happy with it but they need a little boost. I think these lifts mights do the trick.

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  271. Kathleen Wicklund says:

    Bring it on to Bring Them Up! Would love to be “perky” again. Please choose me!

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