Here's how the Vaunt It bra is shipped. The bra sells for $49 and comes in nude or black in size A to D.
Once we received the package, we opened that little sucker like it was Christmas morning and we knew Santa got us what we wanted — perky boobs.
Included with your bra is a sleeve to protect the shape of the cups, the bra itself, and a note explaining how to wear and care for it (handwash with soap and water).
The inside of the cup is sticky, with the exception of the area where your nipple will sit. To apply, simply peel off the plastic film and stick.
To cover as much (boob) ground as we could, we tried them on in an A, C, and D cup.
P.S. The plastic wrap that covers the inside of the cups has to be saved so you can re-cover them after use.
I was up first in a D cup. This photo says it all.
After struggling for a good 20 minutes, this is as symmetrical a fit as I was going to get. The thick layer of glue on the cup didn't diminish, but it lost its grip almost immediately. My boobs are smaller than Amber Rose's and the Vaunt It bra couldn't hold me up.
*shakes head, never stops*
On the left side you can see my boobs in their natural state, and on the right they're slightly hoisted by the Vaunt It bra.
I wore it for a total of 30 minutes under studio lights and the bra could not handle it.
My boobs almost popped out during the photo session.
"This bra definitely lifts and perks up your boobs," said Brittany. "But as a woman with small boobs, I don't need much lifting."
"The bra covered up the little cleavage I have! This is not designed for small boobs, nor is it designed for the summer (unless you don't sweat). Overall I'm not that impressed, but then again, I'm someone who lives in sports bras (or no bra at all)."
"As someone who's never been into low-cut tops or cleavage in general, I honestly would not get much use out of this product, though I do see its merits," she noted.
"My main issue is that, like a lot of women, my breasts are neither super perky nor perfectly symmetrical — and this thing does not accommodate to that. The stick-free spaces where the nipples should go do not align with mine at all, so it sticks to me in some VERY uncomfortable places. And the second I begin sweating, the adhesive instantly starts wearing down and makes it hard to keep in place."
Overall, some of us saw *some* lifting effects in the first seconds after we put the bra on, but after that it was a complete fail.
Given a few minutes and a bead or two of sweat, the bra loses its enchantment. I believe it works in a 10-second Instagram video, but I swear if those videos were 20 seconds it would be a whole different story.