Saturday, 04 November 2023 11:48

Uneven breasts? Top ways to even your chest out

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Breasts come in all shapes and sizes. This is completely normal, but it can be frustrating if you’re someone with uneven chests. Why do others get even breasts, and you don’t? It’s not just a matter of aesthetics, either. Those with large chests, but still uneven breasts, have a nightmare of a time finding support that works for them.

If there’s a significant difference in each breast, people are going to look, comment, and talk about it. All the self-love in the world sometimes just isn’t enough, especially when there’s a way you can even out your breasts once and for all.

Breast Augmentation

Houston breast augmentation is by far the best solution, since you can have the surgeon reshape one breast to match the other. This will give you an even chest that is far easier (and more cost-effective) to maintain. You can get a reduction and reshaping to bring your larger breast down to match your smaller one, or you can opt for the other option.

This, of course, is the final step. It’s the one you’re going to want to save up for since the costs can start at $7000 for a saline implant and $9000 for a silicone implant. So, what can you do until you can get that work done? You can use these methods:

Invest in Custom Bras

Custom bra options do exist. Typically they include one cup that fits your larger breast, and then a padded cup to even out your other, smaller breast. For best results, you will need to invest in a custom solution, rather than a pre-made option. If you’re on a tight budget, you can even buy two bras (one padded and one not) and cut them in half to stitch them together. It’s not a perfect solution, but it can help.

Alternatively, you can get a bra that has a slot to add padding. Then, get padding to add to the one breast that’s smaller than the other. A good option is to get a mastectomy bra, which offers support and the option to add padding as you need.

Wear Asymmetrical Tops

A great visual trick is to wear asymmetrical tops. These offset your frame and visually hide things like an uneven chest. Similarly you can put your hair over the side with the smaller breast, since this will visually pad out that area to make it appear fuller.

If You’re Breastfeeding

If you noticed one breast is larger than the other and you’re currently breastfeeding, it’s likely because your baby has started to drink too much from one breast over the other. Swap over to the other breast, and once it’s down to regular size stay committed to swapping breasts regularly to maintain evenness and avoid issues like clots. You may also want to massage your breasts while feeding to help encourage milk flow from all ducts, not just a few (which can happen if the baby consistently feeds in one direction). If getting your baby to feed from their non-preferred breast is a big fight, use a breast pump instead.