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There are 7 types of boobs – Which one do you have?

Do you know there are 7 types of boobs in this world?

Just like the right clothes help you to look and feel your best, the right bra could be the missing puzzle piece to perfecting your outfit, we all know what a perfectly fitted bra can do for us, but finding the perfect bra that hugs and supports your breasts comfortably is not a child’s play. Here is the list of seven types of boobs. Find out which one is yours.

If you always thought there were only two types of boobs- big and small, then you are wrong my friend . Women have one of seven different sets of boobs. While all types of boobs are perfectly normal and beautifully imperfect, knowing your boob shape can help you to get the best bra for yourself.

There are seven different types of boobs in the world. Here is the list of seven different types of boobs. Find out which one is yours?



One breast is larger than the other. Sometimes this difference is noticeable and can even cause discomfort. So you can look best in bras with removable pads, so you can wear a pad on the smaller side to even out your look.

East West

If you find your breasts point out away from your tarso, and there’s a noticeable gap between the two. For east West ladies, a t-shirt bra is best.

Side set

A wide space in between the two breasts nipple pint a little more forward than East West. Then you need something a little more dramatic than a T-shirt bra. Try a plunge bra which will help you to pull your breasts both up and in. Try a large cup size than normal, as you may find you spill out of the side slightly.


If your breasts are a little wide at the top, narrow at the bottom, generally skinny without a lot of breast tissue. Then you need plunge styles, with or without push-up material. The plunge help pull the boobs toward the middle to create a bit of cleavage.

Tear drop

Similar to bell shape but with a much gentler slope, easily identifiable from the side than you look best in plunge styles, with or without push-up materials. The deeper neckline and cups create lift, which helps fill in the shallower top of the breasts.


Equally full on top and bottom, often surgically enhanced, but not always. Then you can try balconette styles, which show off your perky shape. Consider round boobs to bras as the oval face to haircuts, they can pull of anything.

Bell shape

Generally heavier breasts, narrow at the top, then drastically fuller toward the bottom. Than you can look best in full coverage styles because the boobs are heavier, they can drag down the shoulders, causing the straps to slip.


6 tips for good breast health

  1. Don’t smoke
  2. Don’t sunbath or go without sunscreen
  3. Do eat the right foods
  4. Drink less alcohol
  5.  Get a good night’s sleep
  6. Grab some dark grapes
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