Different Types Of b00bs-Which One Are You?

Asymmetric: One chest 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 br**sts; narrower at the top, then drastically fuller toward the bottom.

     Look best in: Full-coverage styles. Because the br**sts are heavier, they can drag down the shoulders, causing the straps to slip (and reduce support).

East West: A gentle slope from top to bottom, but out to the sides; bosoms point in opposite directions.

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    Look best in: Push-up or T-shirt styles, which flatter your natural shape while comfortably bringing your b**bs closer together.

Side Set: A wide space in between the two br**sts; bosoms point a little more forward than East West.

     Look best in: Balconette styles, which have more fabric above the cups to disguise a larger gap between br**sts

Slender: A little wider at the top, narrower at the bottom; generally skinny without a lot of chest tissue.

     Look best in: Plunge styles, with or without push-up material. The plunge helps pull the br**sts toward the middle to create a bit of cleavage.

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Tear Drop: Similar to Bell Shape but with a much gentler slope; easily identifiable from the side.

     Look best in: Plunge styles, with or without push-up material. The deeper neckline and cups create lift, which helps fill in the shallower top of the br**sts.

Round: Equally full on top and bottom; often surgically enhanced, but not always.

     Look best in: Balconette styles, which show off your perky shape. Consider Round b**bs to bras as the Oval face to haircuts: They can pull off anything. (Lucky you.)

Source: Women’s Health