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Beautiful Breast Forms For Men

Updated on November 13, 2010

Is there anything more elegant than a brassiere? Is there a garment more unashamedly feminine? I think not.

For the male bra wearer however, a problem can emerge. The bra may be lovely, but there may not be enough natural flesh to fill it. Of course, this largely depends on the motive for wearing the bra. If you just like the feeling of lingerie, then all you need is you and the bra. Anything else would get in the way and spoil the sensation.

If, on the other hand, you want to look as lady like as possible, then you've no doubt already purchased a bra with a cup size much larger than your own natural one and gone about stuffing it with various bits and pieces. Socks and tissues work for a while, but they're not as effective as most men would like, and they lack the ability to create a natural looking cleavage.

Fortunately, there is a way to fill out your bras without stuffing them with household items, and that is through the use of silicone breast forms. Silicone breast forms are shaped slabs of silicone color matched to your skin tone. They are popular among men who dress as women, and also among women who have undergone a mastectomy and want to look even.

Cost

The cost and quality of various breast forms vary greatly depending on where you purchase them from. There are quite literally a multitude of online retailers offering breast forms, many designed specifically for men, so I advise spending a respectable amount of time browsing the Internet and reading reviews before committing to a purchase. Breast forms usually start at the USD $150 mark and go up from there.

Sizes

Breast forms come in a range of sizes to fit the brassiere you've bought. Therefore you can be whatever size you want to be. From an A cup to a voluptuous E and everything in between, the world is truly your oyster.

How To Wear Breast Forms

Breast forms can be worn in many ways. They can be simply slipped into the bra cup, or they can be attached to the body for a better fit and feel with spray adhesives or double sided tape strips. Some breast forms are self adhesive and others rely on sticky silicone pads. In all cases, you'll need to shave or wax any chest hair before you whack adhesives of any kind across it. Not only are you setting yourself up for a great deal of pain if you don't, but you're also likely to have an imperfect fit, and let's face it, a slightly odd look as well.

Breast forms are a fun way to enhance your feminine appearance without making any serious surgical long term changes to your body

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      MaraSophia 

      8 years ago

      I wear these silicone forms on a daily basis under my bra. In order to get a more prominent boobs look I stack one over the other starting with cup D, and then C,B,and A. The rounded bulge under the dress or blouse looks fantastic and they feel almost like a real breast (I suppose).

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      amy 

      8 years ago

      hi..i own a pair of silicone forms too, but I make my own also and have been for years! I finally built a website to share this info. Feel free to follow the free instructions and make your own life like breast forms. Have FUN!

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      Scott 

      8 years ago

      I am a cross dresser and wear breast forms quite often , I have four different pairs , they are all different sizes and shapes , I switch which ones I use depending on what I am wearing , My favorites are my size sixes and I even wear them with a bra and panties under my male clothes.

      I agree with the above post that every guy that wears a bra should try them , They are wonderful!

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      Sharon P 

      8 years ago

      Interesting article but there are so many shapes in breast forms how do I know what shape to get?

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      Vicki Locke 

      8 years ago

      The best thing I ecer did was to buy silicone breast inserts. They help make you feel more feminine and you just look and feel so much better. Every guy that wears a bra should use inserts.

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      David H 

      8 years ago

      I have bought breast forms from bosomfriends in the UK (where I live).

      They are not made from silicon, but from a special latex material. Very realistic in terms of looks and feel.

      Safe enough to sleep in (with silicon, there is a danger of them bursting if you put your weight on them!)

      They cost about £65, which I consider quite reasonable.

      If you still cant afford that, then there are chicken fillets, which are used by women with a small bust who want an increase in a cup size or two.

      A lot of men who start wearing bras do use the sock method - a very amateur way indeed! I used to fold a few pairs of panties to fill my first bras (some silky panties are similar to the silky feel of a bra).

      I have heard of people filling old pantyhose with birdseed.

      For the best results, breast forms are worth the cost.

      Also the convenience of being easy to slip into a bra.

      I only use them at selected times (never for my job or socializing). At home and normally when going to bed are the times. When waking up, it really looks like that I have real boobs!

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      ectomorphguy 

      8 years ago

      The one and only time that I have did the "full monty" and got completely made up, I borrowed some breast forms to complete the look. That, my friends, was an experience. They felt great and once the dress was on, the look was complete! But they are expensive...

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      Yes Bras for men 

      8 years ago

      I am wearing a bra with the rubber stick on bra underneath. It feels natural and is great. It is very feminine to do so and is so relaxing. Why did women burn their bras in the 60's? They sure were wrong!

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      ILoveLingerie 

      8 years ago

      I'm curious to try silicon breast forms, but I don't have the money.

      Well, there are more important things in life though.

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