• Tue, Mar 20 2012

Nipple Petals: How To Cover Your Nipples Without Wearing A Bra

nipple petals

Okay, we’re going to do this as a quiz. Should you wear nipple petals?

1) Do you have nipples. Y/N

2) Do you hate wearing bras? Y/More Y/N

3) Are you comfortable with sticky things being on your skin? Y/N

4) Like a sticker. Like if I stuck a sticker on your face would you be able to resist clawing off your own skin to get rid of it. Y/N

If you answered “yes” or “more yes” to all of the questions, this is a pretty good option. I have a pair, I wear them underwhite dresses, they effectively stop your nipples from showing (although I always worry about them slipping off despite the fact that this has never, ever happened.) Anyhow! They’re $16. Get one any you will never have to wear a bra again, and will know the meaning of freedom.

If you answered “no” to question one, know that I am excited that TheGloss appeals to the Barbie Dolls of the world, and I always knew you guys came to life when your children were out (which is why I ripped all your heads off).

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  • Goldie

    I share your loathing of bras and have always wanted to get some of these. How many times can you re-wear them?

  • Ninargh

    At a D cup, my boobs are too large to go braless, alas. I can only dream about such levels of comfort.

  • Elizabeth

    I’ve tried those, but I’ve never been happy with the results. They’re not exactly flush with the breast, so I often feel like I’ve just traded my normal nipples for nipples that are somewhat flatter, but an inch and a half in diameter.

  • JennM

    I love these things, and I wear mine a lot — so far they’re holding up great. The box says “25 wears!” or something like that but I’ve worn mine much more than that. (I wash them like recommended usually if I’ve been especially sweaty but many times just remove them and put them in the drawer and then reapply. I am a little grossed out that I just admitted that.) Anyway, I’ve never had any problems and feel like they adequately camouflage both nipple color and headlight issues. Then again, I have microboobs, so your mileage may vary…

  • Stef

    In my experience they only slip off when you sweat! Which is disappointing since I think people are more likely to wear them when it’s warmer outside.

  • Linda

    Noo the link no longer exists!! How will I ever be decent enough to go in public, or around family? No really, I’m serious. What was the brand? I have some “nipple petals” but they don’t quite do the trick!!