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Pump you up

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The Wonder Bra was the first undergarment to make store-bought cleavage OK. Take that idea a step further when considering the Water Forms Seamless Bra. This ordinary-looking brassiere actually holds liquid in a puncture-resistant pouch to enhance the bustline with a natural appearance, comfort and shape that the old padding and wires just can’t beat — and presumably hurts less than recovering from implant surgery. The Water Bra can be purchased online at www.barenecessities.com for $36 plus shipping and handling. You can also find it at most department stores. But keep an eye out for the Gel Bra, the Water Bra’s new competitor.

Norene Cashen pays attention here every other week. E-mail letters@metrotimes.com

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