It’s hard not to want those sexy curves, especially when you see them on a daily basis throughout Hollywood and on the fashion runways. Many women aren’t naturally endowed with large breasts. However, there are ways to make your breasts bigger. All it takes is the desire to have a bigger chest and a little bit of money. These steps will guide you on how to make your breasts bigger.
Things You'll Need
- Push-up bra
- Padded bra
- Water bra
- Plastic surgeon
Take vitamins. If you go to your local vitamin store, you will see that there are many different types of vitamins that claim to make your breasts bigger. Many of these vitamins do work and you will end up with bigger breasts. However, do your research and find out about any side effects. Some make you gain weight in your breasts and other places as well.
Do exercises. Go to your local gym and make an appointment with a personal trainer. Tell your trainer that you would like to strengthen your pectoral muscles. As these muscles get stronger, your breasts will appear and feel firmer and perkier.
Buy a push-up bra. A push-up bra can do wonders for a small chest. Buy giving your breasts a little lift you can give the illusion that your breasts are bigger. However, it’s important to know that a push-up bra will only work to push up breasts that you have so if you have a very small chest, proceed to Step 4.
Don’t be afraid of a little padding. If you have very small breasts, a padded bra may be a better option for you as opposed to a push-up bra. A padded bra will make it look like there is more there then there actually may be. Check out your local Victoria’s Secret. They have a large selection of bras.
Get a breast augmentation. If you’re not satisfied with the temporary fixes that pills and padded bras give you, consider a more permanent solution. Go to a plastic surgeon and get a breast augmentation. This will permanently increase the size of your breasts and what’s even better is that you have a choice of how big you want to go. Make sure you do your research and that your doctor is board certified.