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Balancing Uneven Breasts

Many women have uneven breasts. Whether you are a bride to be, going to the gym, have been through a surgery or just want to feel confident daily, bra pad inserts are a comfortable, affordable solution.  We make it easy to add a little lift, increase the size of one side, and create the symmetry you’re looking for.

Bra pad inserts are an easy way to to make your breasts appear the same. Bra pads are more affordable and adaptable than investing in specialty bras.

Slightly uneven?

If there is only a slight difference, add a Silicone Push Up (also called “chicken cutlets”) under your breast, or at the side.

Significantly uneven breasts?

If there is a full (or almost full) cup size difference, you’ll want to add one foam or silicone Double Shaper into the smaller breast side of your bra because Double Shapers add a size.

Balancing breasts for swimwear?

If your need is for making your breasts even for swimwear your best solution would be to insert or sew one foam Bravo Double Shaper into the smaller breast side of your swimsuit bra.

Post-Surgery breast balancing?

If you have had surgery and need a soft, lightweight breast form, we suggest adding a Bravo Breast Form that is the same size you would have normally worn. Our Breast Forms can be used for swimwear or everyday wear, and are very lightweight, comfortable and easy to use.

How to use bra pad inserts

To use bra pad inserts, simply slip them into the opening of your bra or pin them in place. Sports tops and swimwear generally has a small opening where bra pads can be inserted. If your swimsuit does not have an opening, you can make your own by cutting a small slit in the lining. If you have more questions, we’re here for you. Watch our “How to Use Bra Pads” video! You can also email us or call 1-503-635-6415.

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4 thoughts on “Balancing Uneven Breasts”

  1. Frustrated and sad

    How can I achieve fixing this without inserts? It’s extremely embarrassing to have to pad my bra like middle schooler. My boobs are at least a cup and a half different from each other. ?

  2. I had breast cancer in 2005. I had a lumpectomy on the underside of my left breast. I had chemo and radiation treatment. I did not have reconstruction surgery. As a result I’m at least 1 cup size smaller on left side. I’d like a recommendation on what would make me proportional. Thanks

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