Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. The parameters of beauty also differ from one culture to another and also change with time and fashion. Ancient Indian sculptures and art depict women with full hemispherical breasts. Such breasts are still in vogue in India especially with women who prefer traditional saris other ethnic dresses. West in contrast has seen a lot of change in fashion – as related to breast size.
Breasts should be proportionate to woman’s body frame and built. The concept of 36-24-36 inches, though quite exaggerated, basically refers to breast size being equal to hips, with a significant narrower waist in between.
Breast size is commonly referred to in terms of cup size, B, C, and D cup sizes being most common. C cup is moderate and pleasant size for woman average built. B cup may look adequate on petite athletic women. A lot of western models are cup size B. D cup size breasts are full and look good on women of larger frame. A lot of Indian women seeking breast augmentation like D cup size, especially married women who have had children.
Younger, unmarried women tend to prefer smaller breasts.Woman’s body built is important because if the arms or tummy is bulky then breasts will have to be bigger to give the right profile. In thinner women relatively smaller size breasts will give the same look.
Ideal breast size is also determined by the lifestyle. Active sporty women like moderate sized breasts. Women who wear heavier clothing like saree want larger breasts. In contrast women who wear western clothes may prefer moderate size breasts. Women in entertainment industry prefer larger breast size.
Lot of women with breasts smaller or larger than average, are perfectly satisfied with their size. Some women on the other hand are uncomfortable or embarrassed about their breast size. Sometimes their partners are dissatisfied. In such circumstances plastic surgical augmentation or reduction of breast can help women achieve what they desire.
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