If you always thought there were only two kinds of boobs—big or small—your mind is about to be blown. According to bra company ThirdLove, women have one of seven different sets of boobs. Asymmetric: One breast is larger than the other; ranges from minor barely noticeable to more pronounced as pictured. Look best in: Bras with removable pads, so you can wear a pad or two on the smaller side to even out your look. Bell Shape: Generally heavier breasts ; narrower at the top, then drastically fuller toward the bottom. Look best in: Full-coverage styles.
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It may sound like a headline from The Onion, but actual British researchers have pinpointed the ideal breast shape, according to a study published in the very real journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. It may sound like a headline from The Onion , but actual British researchers have pinpointed the ideal breast shape , according to a study published in the very real journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. In this rather unusual bit of science, the British doctors surveyed 1, people men, women, and plastic surgeons , asking them to look at photos of different breasts and pick the proportions they liked best. Turns out, this is a "natural" shape—similar to the Venus de Milo —and nothing like the orb-like, fake boobs of yore. Surprisingly, one subset in the study was more apt to choose perfectly even melons: women over
According to the results, British women are the bustiest, and only in Britain bra s with the cups of size D are in demand. By the way, the survey shows that most men do not like artificially enlarged bust. The survey conducted in Britai, denies the usual stereotype that men like big breasts. Men prefer ladies looking more natural than the beauties with big silicone breasts. Sky News reports that women seem to have underestimated many men.
Sometimes referred to as accessory breasts, polymastia is the presence of supernumerary extra breasts on the human body. It can also present itself as a breast with a nipple but no areola, a breast with an areola but no nipple, or just a small lump of breast tissue with neither nipple nor areola. Up to 6 percent of the general population has accessory breast tissue, although it is commonly misdiagnosed, usually as lipoma, a benign tumor composed of fat cells.