What are Inserts?

Hey BOOMBA babe! You may be wondering what inserts are and how exactly do they differ from sticky bras? Well I am glad you asked! Below I have written a few quick points explaining what inserts are and how to use them effectively.

Inserts are removable padding that can be used to increase bust size in tops, bras, bikinis, dresses, etc. Some other common names for inserts are chicken cutlets, bust cups, cookies, or bra paddings.

Sticky bras on the other hand are bras that are sticky. They adhere to your skin and are perfect for tops that cannot hide bra straps.

BOOMBA inserts on the other hand are the best of both worlds. It’s as if sticky bras and inserts had a baby, and BOOMBA inserts were born. BOOMBA inserts are inserts that sticky on BOTH sides. Why? Because this ensures they stick to your skin, while providing grip for your clothing, so that everything stays exactly where it should.

Inserts can be used to help your clothing fit better. The Ultra Boost Inserts and Demi Boost Inserts both add 1 to 2 cup sizes, providing a similar effect like a push-up bra in suitable clothing. 

How to use inserts?
We recommend placing them at the bottom of the bust area of the clothing (may vary depending on breast shape and size). BOOMBA inserts generally work best in structured (band under bust), tight, and thick clothing. Unlike a sticky bra that is supported by the adhesive, BOOMBA inserts are supported by the clothing, they cannot stay up by themselves. So it is crucial to wear them in tight fitted tops. BOOMBA inserts can be worn with or without bras.

BOOMBA Inserts Tutorial:


Our products are not intended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding as breasts and nipples may be extra sensitive. We also do not recommend our inserts to individuals who have augmented breasts, sensitive skin, or thin skin. 

Please feel free to reach out by email HERE or DM us on Instagram HERE if you have any questions at all! We would love to hear from you BOOMBA babes! <3

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