Kymaro Bust Up Cups are a new and improved version of what used to be known as falsies, pads inserted in a brassiere to create the appearance of larger breasts. I guess times have changed, because the first page of Google results for “falsies” mainly consists of links for Maybelline’s The Falsies mascara. There’s also a band of the same name.
Whatever you call them, Kymaro Bust Up Cups promise to instantly lift and add one or two cup sizes to your bustline, plus they’re breathable, lightweight, waterproof for swimming, and reusable. And ladies, just remember that stuffing a Bust Up Cup inside your bra is a lot cheaper than paying a plastic surgeon to stuff a saline bag inside your boob. Plus, much easier to remove or replace. No scalpel required.
Spring will soon be busting out all over, and you can too with a little help from Kymaro.
When you’re shopping for comfortable bras, are more always better? First, the Ahh Bra hit the infomercial airwaves promising breakthrough comfort and support due to its stretchy body form technology and strapless, wireless and hookless design. The Ahh Bra is offered in sets of three for one low price. Women found this pitch convincing, and hundreds of thousands of Ahh Bras have been sold.
Whenever an As Seen on TV product is successful, copycats are likely to follow. Next came the Genie Bra, very similar in design to the Ahh Bra, but offering more bras for the same price. Buy three and get three more free– six Genie Bras for the prices of three Ahh Bras.
Your Savvy Shopper is not an expert in women’s undergarments. Wait, maybe that came out wrong. I’ll start again. Like many men, I don’t know nearly as much about brassieres as I do about sports, cars or craft beer. So you may well be skeptical when I tell you the Genie Bra is so named because it’s modeled after the custom bra in which Barbara Eden enjoyed comfort, lift, separation, and freedom from back fat during long hours filming episodes of the classic TV series I Dream of Jeannie.