I hate wearing bras but I still want a push-up effect – I found a tie top for an instant breast lift | The Sun

A WOMAN found a unique top to wear since she's not a fan of bras but also desires a push-up effect.

A model for the online brand Baddie, which sells alternatives to standard bras, showed off a product that promises to give you an instant breast lift.

In one TikTok video, text read: "I hate wearing bras but I want the push-up effect.”

At first wearing a short sleeve shirt with a low neckline – and without a bra on – the model held up a nude strapless and backless adhesive bra.

The two breast cups were shaped like butterfly wings and were connected in the middle by crisscrossed ties.

The model removed the plastic peel off of the sticky side before applying the bra directly onto her chest. 

After the bra was stuck on, she pulled at the ties like it was a corset to tighten the gap between the cups.

This pulled her breasts together while also lifting them up, creating an instant push-up effect.

When she pulled her shirt back over the bra, the woman’s cleavage was much more noticeable than in the beginning of the video.

Implying that this was better than wearing a regular bra and also better than wearing no bra at all, she wrote in the caption: “I promise this is so much comfier!”

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The model was wearing the company’s Baddie Push Up Bra, which typically retails for $36, but is currently on sale for $26.

The product is available in whole cup sizes, ranging between A and D, and is adjustable from the ties.

“Need this,” someone commented, and another joked: “Take all my money.”

In a similar follow-up video of the model demonstrating how to wear the same adhesive bra under a spaghetti strap top, text read: “When someone says they can tell I’m wearing a push up bra.”

As she did her tutorial, an audio of a woman played, saying: “People always coming at me like: ‘Oh my god, you’re gonna look really plastic and fake.’ But that’s exactly how I want to look.”

The woman was happy with the artificial or catfish-like effect of the product that made her breasts look bigger and perkier than they actually are.

People were amazed by the product, and some asked how many times it could be reworn.

“I would say 20-30 times, but could be more, as long as you recover it with the plastic after every use,” the brand replied.

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