||[Sep. 14th, 2008 ♔ 06:08 pm]
How to make it right
I have a kinda weird question but I think it only sounz weirdly if you type it DD:
Sooo, me haz teh problem that I think it lookz totally disgusting on me to wear T-shirts since my boobs stand out like urgh.
Anyone, what r u doing while, dunno, cosplaying to hide them? Like bandages or jogging bra or i heard abut such a special bra for gender bender or shitz like that, more options? LULZ. THANKS.
What'r Double Decker Shoes made of? I heard they're NOT LEATHER MADE, true thingz?
you want to hide your breast?
I know some travestite people who use kind of special corset to hide their boobs. From what i saw, it goes well. Then i think it's a bit expensive but you should try to make a research.
For my part, my boobs are too tiny to hide it. XD We even don't see them when i put to much layers.
Yeah yeah, forgive my typed mess please |'DD
Sound cool, thank you & congraz, IMO you are lucky with your boobs (XD..)
I've heard of people using sports bandages or something. o_o
Actually, cosplay.com has a lot of tips on that.
You could go check out the forums there. :3
(Never heard about sports bandages before o_ö)
I'll check that, thank you much!
It's REALLY hard to understand you when you type like that.
There are a such thing as compression shirts, but I don't really know where to buy them. You can ask (and please more coherently for their sake) the cosplay.com crossplay forum. They have tons of methods to reduce chest size on there.
I apologise for my typing u_u & will hold off such a mess in the future since it seems ppl are getting annoyed. D:
Thanks very much anyway, I'll try that!
You can use: corsets, elastic bandages, lycra sports undergarments (not bras) but it's very hot in those. You can also use items such as pantyhose or lycra sport shorts. You need to cut them up and pull them on the proper way. There are also shirts that are often called "sport bras" that are made especially for the purpose of concealing chest, but I've find them kind of expensive.
If you want to create a male looking chest, and not just conceal the breasts, it takes some time till you get the hang of the whole thing since it doesn't just require flattening.This site may also help.
It's for female to male transgender people, but it can help anyone really.
Oh wow, a site like this was exactly what I was looking for!
Your leads are very helpful to me, thank you very much! :DD
I'm not going to answer because your typing made my brain combust. the rules say to write in English, not some barely legible bastardisation of it.
I apologise! If it helps your brain I can re-type it [/no, that was not crammed with sarcastic resentment, since I am thankful for any help, ne]
The absolute best way I know of to minimize your chest is duct tape. This is method used by professional male impersonators and pre-top surgery FTM transexuals. Prolonged used (a few hours everyday, or all day long for several days in a row) can lead to blistering though, so be careful. But this method is awesome. If done correctly you can even wear a completely open shirt with absolutely no signs of cleavage (or the tape)
Sports bras work really well too. Buy one that's a bit small on you and you'll lose about 2 cups. Make sure is not really small on you though, because then you'll get the muffin top effect.
Minimizer vests are another really good idea. You can check them out here ===> http://www.theofficialwebsiteforbras.com/shop/index.php?k=&c=B004
Ace wraps and elastic bandages are a bad idea because they are specifically designed to constrict. Kind of like how a boa constrictor kills it's prey, everytime you breath out it gets tighter and wearing one around your chest will make it very difficult to breath.
Several of my friends use plastic wrap when cosplaying. This can get kind of sweaty, but it's the cheapest most painless route to go. Just wrap it really tight it won't constrict like bandages will. Glad cling wrap works really well, because it sticks together. A nice cotton camisole underneath the plastic should be fairly effective on cutting down on the sweaty-ness as well.