See them in action on TikTok here.
“Thanks to a ~sample sale~, I got my hands on a gorgeous unlined silk dress last summer that I LOVED but absolutely could not wear with a bra, not even a strapless one. Cue an Amazon search for pasties, because quite frankly I’m self-conscious about my nipples deciding to poke out while I’m wearing just a silk dress (and my boobs are the type that don’t necessarily need support all of the time). There I found something even better than I expected: these self-adhesive silicone pasties called Nippies that are 100% invisible under clothes, so comfortable I barely notice I’m wearing them, and, at least so far, pretty darn reusable.
I’ve worn them four or five times now, washing with hand soap and water afterward every time as directed, and they’re exactly what I needed! It’s simple: you stick ’em onto clean, dry, lotion-free skin, and they stay put and comfy for hours, even through moderate sweat. They’ve performed perfectly every time I’ve worn them: for day-long shopping excursions, outdoor parties, and for nights out dancing. They come in a small reusable storage box with two stiff plastic domes for them to sit on, so they’ll stay perfectly intact and dust-free in your drawer and are easy to pack for travel. Oh and over 14,000 reviewers — like, five times the number of people in my high school graduating class — have rated them 5-stars on Amazon, so I know I’m not alone in my success with them!” —Natalie Brown
Get it from Amazon for $25.82+ (available in two cup sizes and five shades).
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