My 'product' (a version of SassyNips by SassyBax) arrived, so I eagerly applied these jellyfish-textured disks and took a test drive.
They're warm and pliant, easy to forget about. Though I can sometimes see their faintest flower outline under my shirt, the effect is "instant airbrush".
I'm discreetly covered, and that's a relief. (One woman told me her boss called her into his office to say, "Your, uh, things are showing.")
The package advises wear for no more than six hours straight, but what am I going to do, whip into the loo at work at 2 pm., peel and stash, then go chestal-commando the rest of the day?
SassyNips performed perfectly with items like thin silk tees. (I know about T-shirt bras but most are too heavily padded or not cut right for me.)
If you don't need a bra (and if you don't, why are you reading this blog?), just whomp Sassynips on your wee breasties.
Durability: The box says they last for 50 wearings; we'll see. The little petals stick powerfully now, and if they lose some adhesive, that's OK because the bra will hold them in place unless I'm thrashing like a moose in a mosh pit.
Care: When you're not using them, they store like contacts in a little case. If you don't use the case, they'd get linty and lose adhesive quality, or they might meld together... and who knows, maybe reproduce.
Price: Bare Necessities' site sells them for $18 (plus postage); I bought my no-name version on eBay for half that.