I am purchasing a body form to use for display for my body contouring applicator wraps. The majority of my customers are women. I am concerned that at a public event (such as an expo), the female body form may be offensive to some. Would it be better to purchase a male upper body form, or a female. The photo is the female form I am considering. Maybe with a sport bra on it? The wrap is applied to the stomach area. Offensive unclothed? Wrap is white, so would purchase a black form to showcase it best.
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You are right...we are in Kansas...smack middle of the bible belt. Topless would be reserved for strip club culture here! Thanks for answering!
I agree...hadn't thought of teens and children...I really do want the focus to remain on my product. Thanks!
I guess deep down I am a bit concerned. Since the audience will change, I still should plan ahead and go with dressing the form. Thanks for answering!
are your wraps wet? A suggestion would be to cut out pictures of women from a magazine(s) and then glue them to the form...like a collage... if you then shallacked (spelling) the whole thing it would be covered and yet still just a form...
Yes, they are wet, however, I was going to decoupage the paper from one on the form, so it would not actually be a "wasted" one. I like your idea of covering it with the pictures....women of all shapes, colors, sizes. Very cool!
kschang, we have all seen them undressed, but the features may be too "ahem" for some audiences. Thanks for answering!