Kim Kardashian does it, so does Emma Watson, Miley Cyrus, and Nicki Minaj.
They know the secrets behind low cut see through dresses and gravity defying breasts.
You can to.
You need to learn to work with two things – breast tape and nipple covers.
How do nipple covers work?
Nipple covers, or petals as they are sometimes called, are great to use when you don’t want to wear a bra. You might be wearing clothing that would show your nipples.
By applying the covers, you get to wear revealing clothing. You will not need to wear a bra, and you don’t have to worry about your nipples poking out.
You need to plan ahead. By the time you are putting on your dress and heading out for the night, it is too late to be thinking about nipple covers.
The first piece of advice we can give you, is get them early.
The most popular ones that we sell (based on sales over the last few months) are called Pasties – Reusable Adhesive Silicone Nipple Shields.
How to use
Applying nipple covers is quite straightforward.
- Firstly make sure your breasts are dry and free of lotions or oils
- pull off the backing
- place over nipple
Don’t worry if you mess up – you can simply peel them off and redo it.
Keep the plastic backing on reusable covers, you can put it back on later.
How to remove them
Nipple covers can be pretty sticky and are not the easiest to get off ( this can be a good thing as you don’t want them falling off).
If you are having problems getting them off, the best thing to do is to have a hot shower (or a long soak in the bath).
Are they safe?
They are skin friendly and safe to use. It is not recommended to use them on broken skin though.
Taking care of them after use
You shouldn’t need to wash them to much, unless they have debris on them. If they just got a bit sweaty a rinse with water is the best idea, to ensure you don’t destroy the stickiness.
Reusable silicone nipple covers are amazing, you can even wear them while swimming.
If you would like to share your experiences with nipple covers, or ask any questions please do so in the comments.