Generally, people assume the attractiveness of the breast lies on the size “the bigger the better” right? Apparently not, new studies by “The human evolution and behaviour” Shows that it’s not just the size that defines the attractiveness, but also the shape & firmness of the breast.
In terms of size though, large to medium is still the generally preferred size, as too big is considered not attractive, same for a too small breast.
A high plump, full, large/medium size breast with an attractive slope and pendulous under-breast is considered most attractive.
Here some features that determines the attractiveness of a breast.
Size: Breasts that are too small do not provide the visual cues for fertility and therefore may not trip the pleasure centres of the brain associated with looking at a beautiful form. Breasts that are too large can look crowded on the chest and connote obesity rather than fertility and therefore also may fail to stimulate the pleasure centres.
The ideal bust-to-waist ratio mirrors the waist-to-hip ratio, creating the ideal hourglass form. As the ideal waist-to-hip ratio hovers around 0.7, the ideal bust-to-waist ratio hovers around 1.3.
Shape: (water drop shape) As important as size is, breast shape is also a major factor in making breasts attractive. The attractive breast should have an attractive slope, should not sag, but should have a slightly pendulous under-breast. The slope of the upper breast is either slightly convex, straight, or slightly concave (water drop shape)
Firm: Marvellously full, upstanding high and firm.
Positioned: The nipples of the breast unsupported should be pointing forward and nicely spaced,
Symmetrical: Left and right breast should be equal
Breast reduction surgery medically known as mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure to re-size an enlarged breast. Incision pattern is made on the breast and the excess skin, fat and overstretched ligaments are cut and removed. The nipple is transposed higher upon the breast hemisphere and then the skin is closed up with fine sutures. The procedure is usually done under general anaesthesia and heals with almost invisible scars. During breast reduction surgery (Mammoplasty), surgical breast lift (Mastopexy) could also be done if so desired.
You might consider a breast reduction if:
- Your breasts have lost shape, gotten bigger and longer
- Your nipples fall below your breast creases
- Your breast point directly downward
- You’re are really uncomfortable with your breast size
- One of your breasts falls lower than the other (Breast asymmetry)
you plan to have children. Pregnancy and breast feeding would probably stretch the breasts, compromising the benefits and results of the breast lift
Unrealistic about expectations. Nothing wrong with being a dreamer, but if you fill your imagination with all sorts of unrealistic results of how this will dramatically change your life, you may as well forget about it.
Serous medical conditions & Emotionally unstable.
Increase fullness and projection of the breasts.
More attractive breast shape and appearance.
Enhanced overall body figure and shape.
Improve moderate asymmetry of the breasts.