Nipple Enhancers: Would You Wear Them?

Nipple EnhancersNipple EnhancersNotice anything interesting about the woman pictured here?

Does anything ... poke out at you?

Admit it. You're not looking at her face.

But what you might not know about this woman is that those are not her nipples. Oh no.

They are silicone "nipple enhancers," and according to Bodyperks, the website selling them, they were "crafted to produce just the right amount of perkiness."

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"Give bodyperks a try," the site urges. "You'll be amazed at the reaction."

I can only imagine ...

Would you wear them?

What's really surprising to me about these silicone "accessories" is that they seem to be catching on.


SelfridgesBritish department store Selfridges is selling them, citing the memorable incident when Samantha wore them on Sex and the City as incentive to buy a pair for yourself.

Personally, my nipples don't need any enhancing. I've been trying to hide them from public view for years, and if anything, I have trouble finding bras that cover them up without adding any more extra padding than is absolutely necessary. In fact, now that I think about it, I do have something similar to Bodyperks. They're called Dimrs.

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DimrsYes, Dimrs cover up what Bodyperks "enhances." And perhaps our choice between these two types of silicone says a lot about who we are as a person.

So tell me, ladies ... are you Team Bodyperks? Or Team Dimrs?

Written by Lindsay Ferrier for CafeMom's blog, The Stir.

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Images (top to bottom): Bodyperks, Selfridges, Dimrs