Today I’m going to review a pair of breast forms that I picked up from MyRealBreast.com about a month ago. It’s hard to believe, but this is now the fourth pair of breast forms that I’ve owned.
Since I’ve had some time to use these, I have done a written and video review. Check them both out after the jump.
As I currently have two sets in my closet (a C cup and a D cup), I decided to go for the biggest size this time. This corresponds to a size D but when I wear them I need a 36DDD bra!
My first impressions of these forms: they are amazingly life-like as they are designed by a Hollywood special effects artist and they are of the highest quality.
In my video review I refer to these as “the Cadillac of breast forms” because they are top of the line items. That means that in order to get a pair, it costs a little extra than other forms out there. What sets these apart from all the other products out there is the customization possible.
When you order a set, you are given the option of choosing from six skin tones, four sizes (A-D), airbrush finishing and a vanishing edge on the membrane that helps keep the forms on your chest. Once I placed my order, I got them in a few weeks.
Like a good TG/CD product vendor should, Real Breast ships your purchase in a plain cardboard box. Each breast form is packed in its own smaller box on a plastic mold and wrapped in a thick plastic.
I chose to get the full airbrush detailing which adds freckles and other natural looks to the form. Honestly I couldn’t belive my eyes when I first saw these. The website pictures don’t really give them justice and they look so much better in person. These definitely look like they just came off of a Hollywood set.
Beyond the appearance, they feel lifelike and they have a very nice weight when wearing them. Now when it comes to wearing them, you have a few options. Because they look natural, you can choose to show cleavage (you may need to add some makeup to the area to get everything blended perfectly). You can also wear them either with a bra or without. If you choose to stick them directly on your chest, you can use the medical adhesive available from the website.
Yes, these forms are expensive, but if you want the best quality breast forms out there I highly recommend these. The only real negative, and this has nothing to do with the forms themselves, is that I wish they came with a better carrying case as I’m not a big fan of using a small cardboard box and a sheet of plastic to store them.
These are by far the nicest breast forms I’ve ever seen and I can’t really imagine anyone improving on this design. Order them here.
You can watch my full video review below.