Pregnancy cleavage: Caring for your new bustline
February 21, 2010
One sexy perk of pregnancy is an increase in breast size. In fact, most women find their breast size increases at least one cup size during pregnancy. How do you care for your new cleavage?
Buy a well-fitting bra: Once your pre-pregnancy bra feels tight and uncomfortable (and is already on the loosest setting) it is time to buy a maternity bra. If you plan on nursing, you may want to consider buying a nursing bra you can wear after baby is born.
Clothes that flatter: Show off a little bit of cleavage by looking for v-neck tops that will give a hint of your new curves. If you feel like everyone is staring at your chest instead of your face, you might want to layer a cami underneath to give you a big more coverage.
Avoid stretch marks: As your are applying lotion to your tummy, go ahead and moisturize your breasts as well to help prevent stretch marks.
Veins on breasts: Have you noticed more veins on your breasts since becoming pregnant? Find out why here. Brush bronzer or tinted lotion on your cleavage to help disguise these veins and to give your skin some added glow.
Pictured is pregnant Kendra Wilkinson and her husband Hank Basket walking the red carpet.