So, you’ve been saving for this for a while now. You have some outfits and lingerie, but they just don’t look the way you want them to… It’s time for a breast plate! This is an ultimate dream of every crossdresser and sissy. If you’re a transgender, you might also choose to wear them prior to surgery or instead of it. Once you get your first pair pf breast prosthetics, you will know what does it mean to have a full bust! Before you make your purchase, however, there’s a lot of factors you have to take under consideration, such as price, material, size, shape and more.
Breast prosthetics: what matters?
Elastic cotton filler
With its lightweight nature, the elastic cotton enables extended usage and offers a lifelike stuffing.
This elastic cotton, being lightweight, allows for lengthened usage periods without compromising on quality and realism.
Silicone gel filler
In contrast, the silicone gel possesses a heavier weight; however, it surpasses in realism as it mimics the gravity-responsive behavior of actual breasts. If you choose gel option, you will be able to create not only the looks of real breasts, but also replicate the same feeling!
Teardrop breast prosthetics are designed to resemble the shape of a natural breast, with a tapering upper portion and a fuller lower portion. It is commonly chosen by crossdressers seeking a more natural-looking outcome. It provides a gentle sloping contour and a balanced result, mimicking the natural shape and projection of the breast.
Round breast prosthetics have more symmetrical shape and equal distribution of volume across the upper and lower portions. It’s often chosen by crossdressers aiming for bold looks. The round shape can enhance cleavage, making it a popular choice for those desiring a more enhanced and dramatic result.
There are several things you should consider.
- What look are you aiming for? Do you want to look sexy and seductive or natural and classy?
- Measure your band size: Use a measuring tape to measure your chest just beneath your breasts, where the band of a bra would sit. This will give you a good starting point for selecting the appropriate prosthetic size.
- Take your lifestyle into account: Where are you going to wear the breast prosthetics? If you plan to wear them for short periods or special occasions, you might opt for lighter forms. However, if you plan on wearing them for longer durations, you may want to choose a size that provides a more realistic feel and stability.
- Consult: If you feel this is all too overwhelming, don’t hesitate to reach out to one of the Academy’s Mistresses. We’re always happy to help.