Women Who Test-Drive Big Breasts Decide to Go Even Bigger
Sep 18, 2012 11:18
While test driving "fake boobs" would be fun for awhile, at least you
can remove it at the end of the day when you get sick of the size. But according to one British doctor, wearing a bra that makes you feel like you have large breasts can actually influence the way you feel about implant sizes.
During a meeting of the British Association for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Mark Henley shared the findings of his survey involving women who had planned on getting implants. The candidates were each given the bra to wear around during their daily activities.
According to his findings, 30% of the women who wore the bras ended up going bigger than they'd originally intended. Apparently, using the padded bras had given these women a new-found confidence to go as large as they want.
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