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Can You Make Your Own Fake Breasts at Home?

There are a lot of different reasons to wear false breasts; however, there is no reason to pay a lot of money for something from a store when you can make realistic looking breast forms at home. All it takes is a bit of practice, and you’ll be enhancing cleavage in no time!

Gel-Filled Breast Forms

In order to make a good breast form you’re going to need a lot of ingredients. You’ll need a sand mold, some plaster of paris, liquid latex, rubber cemeant, silicone sealant and sandpaper. All of these materials can be found at either local hobby stores, or at a local home improvemeant store.

First, take your measuremeants. Once you know precisely what your measuremeants are, make a sand mold that resembles your breast size. Once the sand mold is set, pour plaster of paris over it, and allow the plaster to set for 24 hours. Once set, smooth the plaster mold with some sandpaper to eliminate any rough edges or harsh spots. The goal is for the plaster mold to be as smooth as possible.

Once you have a plaster mold ready to go, paint the inside of the mold with a layer of liquid latex. Leave roughly 1/2 inch around the front of the mold uncovered though. Once the latex has been applied, let it dry for at least 12 hours before moving on to the next step.

After the latex dries, apply a layer of silicone sealant. Once the silicone has dried apply another layer of latex over it. Allow the first layer of latex to dry, and then apply two more layers. Once all three layers are applied, allow 48 hours for them to dry. Once dried, put on another layer of silicon sealant, and then apply three more layers of latex, allowing proper drying time for each. Leave it for another 48 hours. Once dry remove the molds from the casing, and cover them with sheer, flesh-toned fabric to complete the illusion. Use a thin coating of rubber cemeant to attach the fabric, ensuring it’s smooth and unwrinkled.

This is one of the most comfortable ways to make a do-it-yourself breast form. It does take time, but it isn’t as expensive as a water bra would be. What’s more, this process can be done over and over again, using the same techniques and materials as you need more breast forms.

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