How to Get Feminine Cleavage (MTF Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Sometimes a girl just wants to show off – and what better way to do so then with fabulous, feminine cleavage?

Here are the 3 most popular “cleavage creation” methods for your male to female makeover:

  1. Tape
  2. The Diva Crossdresser Cleavage Enhancer
  3. The Nubra

The Nubra is my favorite cleavage creator. It’s fast and easy and will give you awesome cleavage – even if you have ZERO breasts!

Here’s how to do it:

1. Get a Nubra

The Nubra is a backless, strapless “stick-on” bra that adheres directly to the breasts. The cups are attached separately and then clasped, pulling the breasts together to create cleavage.

You can order the Nubra online or find it at Macy’s, Nordstroms and other department stores for around $30. Look for the Feather-Lite or Ultra-Lite styles.

2. Prep your chest

The Nubra requires a clean, smooth surface to adhere to. Shave your chest the night before and wash with soap and water immediately before applying the Nubra.

3. Attach the bra cups

Unclasp the Nubra so the cups are separated. Adhere the cups to your breasts, making sure they are positioned symmetrically on each side.

HINT: The further the cups are placed from each other, the more the cleavage you’ll be able to create.

4. Connect the clasps

Bending over slightly, pull your breasts together and clasp the bra in the middle. Viola – instant cleavage!

But we’re not done yet …

5. Put on a pushup bra and breast forms

Unless you have large breasts, you’ll want to add some curves to your cleavage. The Nubra should be worn under a pushup bra and breast forms. Place the breast forms in the outer bottom corners of your bra and tighten the bra straps for extra lift.

And there you have it – sexy cleavage that is begging to be shown off!

UPDATE: A few ladies have asked if this method works if you are thin or don’t have much breast tissue. Absolutely! Check out this transgender cleavage tutorial I found that incorporates the Nubra:

What is YOUR favorite way to create cleavage? I’d love to hear your thoughts, so share your comments (and cleavage photos!) below.

Love,
Lucille

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the good advice. I am glad that even though I am male but have ample breasts and perky nipples. I wear 42″DD cup bra. Since it is full no need for filling it. I wear Tshirt which clearly shows the linning of the bra and nipple. I am really proud of my large breasts. Even my girl friends are feeling envy of the large breasts.
    Thomas

  2. Hiya folks…looks like a great way to get a cleavage :)

    Anyone got any idea what type of breast forms you would use for this? I had a nagging doubt where I thought, if you place the forms in the outer bottom corners, wouldn’t you have one nipple pointing unnaturally to the left and the other unnaturally to the right?

    Maybe I was overthinking it but any input would be gratefully received because I would really like to try this :) x

    • Iuse water baloons i take four birthday baloones bigger size iput one baloone in another and fill water and tigh knot over thier the same wau other two also in same way you can insert it in the bra and knot can serve as your nipples

    • Iuse water baloons i take four birthday baloones bigger size iput one baloone in another and fill water and tigh knot over thier the same wau other two also in same way you can insert it in the bra and knot can serve as your nipples

    • I don’t have any experience with forms and Nu Bra, as I squeeze my own “B” cup soft chest tissue into the Nu Bra, and then put on a tight 36B padded push-up bra (see my two different photos in earlier posts). And yes, it’s all about positioning it just right and practice to get just low enough that it’s hidden under the bra, but high enough that the cleavage is obvious. Once the padded cups get just under the gel, it’s such a wonderful lifting up and with the Nu Bra clasped tight in between, it looks so amazingly real, and feels incredibly feminine.

  3. I concur with the NuBra trick. I think this works really well. I layer it underneath a push up bra to give my girls some extra oomph ; ) I think the trick to using the NuBra is where you position it on your chest, takes some experimentation but once you find what works best for your body, it can really help give you some lovely lady lumps ; )

    XO!

    • Go Ginger! I love that you shared your photo, I posted 2 photos in earlier comments. When I’m out in public, those ‘lady lumps’ (as you say) are just too obvious and naturally feminine looking for men (and women) to ignore when they see me/speak with me. So fun!!

  4. Lucille, something I have just found that could help others on herb hormones. 1 cup of warm water, at least 3 capsules of fenugreek, 1 teabag of fennel. Break open the fennel/teabag &
    put in water. Open the fenugreek capsules & put in the water.
    Stir all together. What happens, it acts like a lubricant while massaging your breasts, while putting the fenugreek & fennel
    in your system without over loading the liver.
    If one can get Wild Yam extract, that could be mixed in too.
    L.O.L, I hope I get some size in the bargain.

  5. I’ve tried the Nubra and I can see how it can be amazing but I need to develop more. I started using herbs at the beginning of the month and I’m excited that I’ve developed a little bit. I’m sure by the time my birthday hits (29th) Ill have developed a little more.

  6. If you’re relatively slim, the Magic Cleavage corset bra is good for cleavage. It’s padded and works by a pull string for control.

  7. Hi again,
    Here’s that other photo I found on my camera with me in the same green scoop-neck top from Old Navy. Slightly different angle and lighting. I have worked hard to keep my waist and torso slim which also helps my breasts look more pronounced and quite feminine.

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