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Hollywood loves an hourglass figure, and a curvy look is never out of style, but women who have one know it comes with its own set of struggles. According to The Sun, several celebrities have opened up about their issues with their large breasts. Big boobs can be a blessing and a curse, and big names have shared their best fashion hacks to help women feel confident in their voluptuous bodies.

  • Kim Kardashian – She’s known for her famous figure, but that doesn’t mean she didn’t have body insecurities like anyone else when she was growing up. “I was unhappy with my body – I developed really early,” Kimmy shared in “ELLE UK’s” Confidence Issue. “Every night, I would sit in the bath and cry; I prayed my boobs would stop growing.” Since then, she seems to have embraced her shape and even shared a trick to make her breasts look perkier: Gaffer’s tape. She demonstrated the boob lift hack in an Instagram story in 2019. “You lift to the desired lift. You try not to lift it too much to where it wrinkles,” she explained. “Guys, this has been such a lifesaving secret that I learned on the set of a fragrance shoot.”
  • Ashley Graham – The body-positive plus-size model is no stranger to the big boob struggle, and she shared a great hack to help make wearing a strapless bra better for women built like her. In an Instagram post, she explained that the trick is to go down a size. “PRO TIP: the trick to a strapless bra if you’re over a DD cup is keeping your cup size the same but going down a size in the band (RN, I’m a 38DDD, so I wear a 36DDD for my strapless bras to keep the girls up),” she wrote.
  • Amber Rose – The busty model has been honest about her decision to have a breast reduction after years of pain caused by the size of her breasts, which she compared to having a “heavy backpack on my chest.” After she had the surgery to reduce her 36H chest to a 36DDD, she said it was “like a dream come true.”

Source: The Sun

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