Reddit Reddit reviews Undercover Silicone Nipple Covers Gel Petals Pasties

We found 15 Reddit comments about Undercover Silicone Nipple Covers Gel Petals Pasties. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Undercover Silicone Nipple Covers Gel Petals Pasties
Self-adhesive reusable up to 100 times3" diameter, Nude color, 100% pure imported siliconeLight, hypoallergenic and waterproof
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15 Reddit comments about Undercover Silicone Nipple Covers Gel Petals Pasties:

u/krustykauli · 31 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

On a similar note, I am also as bra-free as possible, but find myself using silicon nude-colored pasties (something like this) when I really want to wear a certain shirt and it's not socially/professionally appropriate to show my nipples. Highly recommend!! None of the constraint and looks entirely like you're wearing a bra. Stick incredibly well. A+

u/Rouknette · 20 pointsr/ABraThatFits

Get nipple covers. They are simple and usually pretty cheap and will act as a barrier between you and the elements. I don't know if you're particularly hairy but if you are I do suggest removing the hair around your nipples as they usually attach with a mild adhesive and that doesn't bode well for fuzzy people. You could probably wear a bra but it would need to be pretty padded and fit flush against your skin to lessen the irritation. If possible let them heal first if there is any visible chafing/bleeding.

Here are some cheap silicone ones on Amazon; they're only 2.99.

u/vgirl94 · 18 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Totally! I use them on a regular basis. They are awesome unless you will be sweating, then they slip. Lots of people sell them, but here is an easy link: Undercover Silicone Nipple Covers Gel Petals Pasties

u/electric_paganini · 5 pointsr/TrueReddit

No, you were right. Lots of women wear flesh colored pasties to if nothing else, protect the nipples from rubbing.

Although I both love and hate how in this link, for their before and after pictures they just photoshopped out the nipples.

u/harrick · 2 pointsr/Swimming

A completely different option is nipple covers. They do help minimize nipples being pointy.

u/KTcube · 2 pointsr/genderqueer

If you're comfortable not having tight fabric to keep your boobs in place, but you're concerned about showing nipples, there are reusable silicone things that stick to the nipples and keep them smooth. This way, you have the appearance of not showing your nipples, and the protection of your nipples from fabric rubbing them, and none of the wires and straps that bras have. like this

Of course with those sticky things, your boobs will still be able to move, but maybe they'll look more "professional". I think that your breasts are going to move unless you wear something very tight to keep them in place, which is going to basically be a bra or a binder. (maybe by another name. But you'll end up with a strap around your ribs and straps over your shoulders, or just an overall super-tight top anytime you're trying to keep your boobs in place. Loose fitting tops are not going to prevent your fat from jiggling no matter what.)

u/GetOffMyLawn_ · 2 pointsr/fatlogic

Everybody has nipples, but guys like to make comments nonetheless. You can get silicone pasties to hide your nips. Your other option would be silicone bra insert or silicone bra.

Me, I am too old to give a fuck. One of the nice things about getting older.

u/granitehoncho · 2 pointsr/gentlemanboners
u/armadillocake · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Gap has cotton bralettes that are sort of like 1/2 a tank top with the shelf bra in it. Just go to their website and search bralette and they'll pop right up. For me these are just enough to keep perky nips at bay.

If you're still concerned about showing too much maybe try silicone nipple petals. Like these:

Sorry for the full link, on mobile.

u/JCdentonManderley · 1 pointr/dubai

Thisncouod help if you don't find any thick shirts:

u/GiggleGiggleTeeHee · 1 pointr/brafree

Pasties are not at all uncomfortable.I often forget to take them off before I go to bed(which would NEVER happen with a bra). They're exactly what you need...why not try them out? I buy [these] ( They're less than two dollars a pair so you have literally nothing to lose. These babies completely hide my pierced nipples!

u/LolosterGoldfish · 1 pointr/ABraThatFits
  • If you haven't already, please check your measurements according to the side bar. I can't emphasize this enough and if I sound rude about this I don't mean to, it's just important to finding a properly fitted bra of any type!
  • How backless are we talking? They make low back converter straps that hook up directly to your bra and depending on how the back of the dress looks that could be an option for you. Typically you wear them so that it hooks directly in the back, loops around your stomach and then hooks to the other side. You can also wear them in such a way that you hook it to the back, bring the wing forward, wrap it around your back, and then hook it up to the other wing (also brought forward). The low-back converter strap method would probably give you the most support, though if it is also a strapless dress I don't recommend using one of these with the "bring it forward first" method because I imagine that it would fall down.
  • Depending on your size the stick on backless bras may or may not work for you. There are a few different types of these, but keep in mind none of them will give you the same support as an actual bra (at least as far as the information I've gathered so far suggests). There's the silicone chicken cutlet type, the cloth chicken cutlet type, the underwire type, the U-plunge type, the disposable adhesive type, and then there's this type which encapsulates each breast, just to name a few. The problem with many of them (though not all of them) is that they label their sizes as "a-cup," "b-cup," "c-cup", etc. They assume that all a-cups (etc.) hold the same volume. This is completely inaccurate so trying to gauge your actual size is very difficult. Mostly you just have to buy it and try it multiple times until you find your size.
  • For example: I wear a UK 30G and in a Nubra Original I found the c-cup to be just slightly too large and I ended up going with a b-cup. Though I've also heard from someone else who was about the same size as me that the c-cup and even the d-cup was way too small for them. I think I might be shallow shaped and I don't believe the other person was so breast shape may be an issue when finding one that fits as well.
  • The Maidenform underwire one that I linked to does list sister sizes, so if you have been sized by the methods on the size bar and if a sister size is available then it could possibly fit. A possible fit issue I could see with these is that the wires could be too wide or too narrow depending. The very last adhesive bra that I listed to is probably the most accurate in terms of sizing, but from what I understand they aren't very low-cut if that is a concern.
  • Another option you could try if you aren't concerned about support in the least is to use nipple covers and fashion tape to keep the dress stuck down to your skin.

    Having gotten through saying all of that, if you have been sized by the methods used here in r/abrathatfits and you end up getting one of these bras, I am currently working on collecting data in a survey so that a more accurate sizing guide could be created. Please fill it out and let us know how it goes for you, but again, only if you've been sized by our methods (and again if my repetitive nature about this is coming off as rude it's not intended to be - I just want to get the most accurate information out there for other people). And if anyone else is reading this, the survey is still going on. I've only had 2 responses to it so far.
u/dr-mladjo · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice