When something is too good to be true, it’s simply that — too good to be true!
Men love br**sts, and women are doing everything to meet them halfway, with all sorts of gimmicks and techniques—including cancer-inducing implants — to come up with eyeful of perfect br**sts.
Experts are saying, however, that if you are concerned about getting what you think you are seeing, there are ways to recognize fake br**sts.
According to a renowned New York City plastic surgeon, Dr. Norman Rowe, who spoke with the online portal, menshealth, here’s how to tell if a woman’s br**sts are not real… just by looking at them.
They’re too close to each other: Most women’s natural br**sts have two to three inches of space in-between them, but implants shrink that gap significantly. So, if those br**sts look like they are touching in the middle, they’re likely fake.
They’re too high up: This is another dead giveaway. If those br**sts are set too high on her chest, they may not be natural. Usually, natural br**sts should sit right around where the armpits are, but a bad b00b job when implants are placed in from the armpits can make the br**sts ride up higher.
Perfectly round shape: Natural br**sts are shaped like pears or teardrops, but if the br**sts look more like big, round melons, that’s a tell-tale sign they’re fake. That’s because unlike real br**sts, which are naturally fuller on the bottom, implants are evenly distributed with silicon or saline from top to bottom, creating a perfectly round shape.
You can spot scars: Plastic surgeons generally use four access points on the body to put in implants, all of which leave scars. They may do it through the belly button (look for a scar about half an inch up from it, toward the abdomen); the infra-mammary crease between the br**sts and chest (leaving two symmetrical scars at the bottom of the br**sts); around the bosoms; and the armpits, where you have the most noticeable scars on either side. Be aware, however, that an incision on the belly button could be a point for other surgeries such as appendectomies.
You can hear sloshing: Women with saline implants — an alternative to silicon — will sometimes give off a “sloshing” sound when they move side to side. That’s probably the result of the surgeon filling up the implant once it was inside the woman’s chest. If the implant doesn’t fill up all the way with saline, it creates an air pocket, which is audible. It’s not something you’d notice on a woman walking down the street, but you can definitely hear it in an intimate setting. So, listen up.