Hubby and I were just reading about how breast implant commercials are going to debut during the airing of a makeover show. This prompted him to ask why implants can’t be made to look less fake–basically, like cantalope halves resting on a woman’s chest. I thought maybe it had to do with the ratio of the size of the implant and the size of the woman’s frame, but he made a good point–we’ve seen women with small implants that basically look like orange halves as opposed to their larger melon cousins.
Is it a body fat thing? Do rail-thin women simply not have enough flesh to soften the artificial curves? What is the science behind good implants and bad?
(And FTR, I am in no way, shape, form, or deform interested in these. My C cups are fine on their own!)