It is labelled "Create Payments" and is provided by Create, who are the Brighton based company who host the website for me. The payment side of things is processed by the oh-so-familiar and super-secure World Pay, so you can be assuered that your details will be protected, and aren't even accessable to me.
You can pay on a card with Create Payments accepting the following credit and debit cards:
You can still use Paypal, just click the option below during the checkout process. As before you can pay with a Paypal account or just allow them to process the payment from your card, just the same as World Pay.
I hope you are all doing really well and are enjoying our wonderful unpredictable summer weather.
Just a little stock update for you. Style 2 is now in fully in her new incarnation and looking fabulous. She is more shaped than before, but still super soft and not too wide so she can be worn by band sizes 32" upwards.
I've also restocked all the breast forms, with new plain nipple and darker nipple version available for the pear and triangle shapes. I love to give you chioices and will do wherever possible.
My next step is to take a few more images of the larger pairs for you to see and get some images of all the breast forms together for you. I best get another coffee!
Well now Brexit is a word that has been EVERYWHERE hasn't it?!
Don't worry I am not going to get policial. I just want to say that I love you all. I have seen the media full of so many appalling hate crimes, You Tube videos of abuse, stories of leaflet passing out telling people to go home etc. It's hard to know what to say other than it is so wrong. It seems it has become a time that people feel their prejudices can be aired loudly, and with the comments coming from Donald Trump, it's not a good time for love, acceptance and unity.
I want you all to know that I love helping you all.
I am happy to help you if you are from the EU, from another country out of the EU, are white/black/brown/blue/green or pink (or any other colour for that matter), if English isn't your first language and we need to use a bit of Google translate, if you are from the north of the UK right down to me here on the south coast. I'd love to help you if you are a teenager in need of confidence and support, a young clubber looking to dazzle, someone who is feeling they need a confidence boost for work, if you have asymmetrical breasts and would like to be evened out, if you have breastfeeding boobs that are in need of some love, if you are someone wanting to restore some fullness to the breast and I would especially love to help more Grannies feel fabulous at their Grandson's wedding (true story!). If you are heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, identify as a woman or a man, a transvestite, transexual or unsure - I am here for you. If you are shy, uncertain, confused and in need of support and guidance - I am here for you.
I have a fantastic new tape in my store and I am so happy to introduce it to you. Say hello to my new Boobylicious Tape!
To the eye it looks like a normal fashion tape, aka "tit tape", but far from being normal this tape has special qualities. One side has the normal skin friendly, dermatologically tested adhesives to give a great stick to your skin. The other side, has a whole new adhesive that works fantastically with the cover that I have my breast forms and breast enhancers made of. If you've ever tried to use normal fashion tape on either of those you will know that it takes a bit of soaking and gentle persuasion to get the strip removed. You won't have any of that trouble with my fabulous new tape. The adhesives react differently with the surface so you just need to peel at the corner and away it will come. So easy!
I am so happy to have developed this tape for you guys. It helps with those dresses where you can't wear a bra but need that extra security, lower cut bras when you need to ensure that the breast enhancers stay down low, when you are wanting to achieve a look and need the breast enhancers to sit more to the side and stay there, going braless with breast forms and a host of other uses.
I've popped it in the store in 40, 80 and 120 strip packs and I'd love to hear your feedback.
I'm not a big reader and oh how I really wish I was. It's something I've tried to change and I'm never giving up hope!
There are some series of books I can read so easily and be so surprised by. Like James Herriot. I wasn't expecting much when I picked one of his up at my Grandmother's house, but there was just something about it. I used to watch the show on the TV, but the books were different. Set in the 1930s, they were real stories with atmosphere and characters from his journey as a new vet, rattling around in the cars of the time in the Yorkshire Dales. I laughed and cried and whizzed through every chapter in the entire series in no time. So I know I can read when I find the right books, it's just that they don't come along too often.
I've read the odd book on and off through my 36 years on this planet, but it did get to the stage when I had 9 part read books on the go. Yes nine, that's not so good is it. The last couple of years have had an extra challenge to my reading. Lupus has entered my life and it's most challenging symptom is extreme fatigue. I get so tired, even when I've only been up an hour in the morning on some days, so sitting down with a book can mean sleep time in around 30 seconds after starting. Needless to say falling asleep is a real challenge to reading and means I don't get too far through books these days!
I realised something I love though that could help though. I always love wearing headphones and I love music, so I thought that I'd give audiobooks a go and woah ...they are great! I can listen to them when I am driving, when I am cooking, doing simple tasks on the PC and other times in life when I would have popped some music on. I can go through books as I've always wanted to, just in a different way and a way that suits my needs better. I can completely focus on the words at times when I am not fighting to keep my eyes open. I am fighting a losing battle with books in printed form all the while I have this extra battle with fatigue going on but I now have another avenue in to reading and that makes me very happy.
So, the point of all this is that I've been reading, well listening to, a great book.
It's called Mastery and it's by Robert Greene.
I seem to have gravitated towards biographies and non-fiction since finding my way to audiobooks, and I saw some great reviews that lead me to this one in particular. It's a beast, as in really long, but I seem to have got that lovely whizzing through feeling like I did with my James Herriots. The book is so interesting as it looks at the reasons that some people master the field that they are in. Rather than just being a huge book of theory, Robert talks us through the lives of Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Mozart and some amazing contemporary masters. It's a bit black and white at points, but I think it needs to be in order to really drive home his ideas and keep us on track with the theory and fibre of his argument at the time. He shows us that we don't need to be born with a gift or be some special human being, we just need to find what makes us unique. We need to keep a wide view of our calling and let life guide us through, even noticing the things we feel are our flaws, and help them guide us. It takes practice to become a master of anything, which is something that we are not so good at during this digital and age of instant gratification. We also need a mentor who can help guide us and impart knowledge to us during our apprenticeship phase, before we break away and find our own path as we follow the last part of our journey to mastery. It's a fascinating book and I've loved it so much it's made me write a little blog post about it. I've even got it as a printed book now too so I can highlight bits and jot my thoughts down in. Who knows, one day I might even be able to kick this fatigue and sit down with a cuppa and read it as well :)
I always think that people should be celebrated, especially those flying under the radar.
I recently heard about this amazing woman and I just wanted to share. Yoky is a Japanese Neurobotics engineer and an absolutely wonderful role model for young women especially. She has spent her life researching neuroscience and robotics and combining the two to create the most phenomenal prosthetics and especially a prosthetic hand.
She played tennis when she was young and was semi-professional until she was forced to retire due to a repeated ankle injury. She dreamed of creating a robotic tennis opponent for herself right back when she was young and this is something that she carried forward when she moved from Japan to the US when she was 16.
She has worked on so many projects during her life and is now in the hands of Apple, but she came to my attention with the prosthetic hand she created. It is an absolute work of art. It is robotic but modelled bone by bone on the human hand with multiple motors each corresponding to muscles and with strings playing the role of tendons along each digit. Her knowledge of the use of a hand in tennis, merged with her knowledge of neuroscience as well as robotics has created something revolutionary. As Matthew O'Donnell, dean of the U.W. College of Engineering states, she is "a mechanical engineer, neuroscientist, bioengineer, robotics expert and computer scientist, all in one… [with] …the ability to see what is possible by combining all these disciplines."
It's a wonderful achievement for a woman to rise so high in so many many dominated fields. She is an inspiration and I salute you Yoky.
Granted, they have made it very specific in how it is lit etc, but with their new patent under their belt they have decided to enforce white backgrounds on their site. I completely understand as a white background can make things very clean and simple, but it's been a nightmare for me! I do have a shop on Amazon as many of you know and with the new requirements I had to retake all of my main images so that they fulfill the new policy. This is time consuming enough, but my clear breast enhancers have of course been somewhat of a challenge. After failing a few too many times and trying to convince Amazon to allow me to use contextual props (a bra) in order to help buyers understand what the product is I then managed to get some shots done. They then disheartingly said to me that they do not have a pure background, and therefore require a whole load of editing. As you can tell, this has taken a huuuuge amount of my time and I'm not fully there yet. If you ever visit a seller's store with a clear image on a white background you can appreciate the effort that it took to enable you to see it in the first place :D
Are you there style 8?!
That's a little better,
but now I've got to make you really white!
In better news I've got some new extra sticky fashion tape strips in. I was pleased with my new tape factory but there seemed to be the odd application that the adhesive wasn't strong enough for. It's a tough line of course to make sure that they are safe to use on skin, but I think I'm there with the new perfect level of stickiness. Check them out here:
Until next time, wish me luck with my last lot of white background photos and of course HAPPY HALLOWEEN
As you may have noticed, I took a week off this summer to head up to Edinburgh for the Fringe Festival. I had no idea what to expect but I loved it so much that I just have to tell you about it.
Darren, a street artist, captured us brilliantly!
I am not good at taking time off as I run my little shop on my own, so when I do get away it makes it extra special. I asked my daughter where she would like to go and "SCOTLAND" fired out of her mouth faster than even requests to stay up late. With her explanation that she wanted to learn to speak as if she was from Scooootland, I just knew that we had to go. We booked a few nights in the city, sorted out our flights and eagerly awaited her summer holiday from school. We were not disappointed.
The city was amass with people giving out flyers to all sorts of shows and I wish I could have visited them all but as I had my 7-year-old with me, we stuck to the instant gratification of the street acts. We were treated to circus performers, world music, illusionists, magicians, singers, bagpipe players, artists, comedians and so much more. I could easily have stayed there so much longer as there is just so much to see and do.
The electric energy in the city was fantastic with professional performers from all around the word heading over to show us their skills. People crowded around, huddled in, gasped, cheered, clapped and sang. It's not often that you get that kind of feeling in a city and notice so many nationalities coming together to both perform and watch.
If you ever get the chance to go, please do. Edinburgh is my favourite city at the best of times (besides my lovely Brighton of course!), but add the festival sights and sounds and you are in for a real treat.
At last some new stocks are here! You've been snapping up the new breast forms and style 11 breast enhancers so they went down much quicker than I thought. At last the new ones are here and I shall be restocking the site today.
The new stocks/options in are:
All breast form styles and sizes fully stocked.
Style 11 back in - both 400g and 500g sizes and they now come without nipple due to popular demand. I've made them available for sale with new images coming asap.
Triangle breast forms now in smaller sizes. I shall get the descriptions written up asap but they are just smaller versions of the ones I already have and the same sizes as style 11. The big difference is that they have a concave back so these will be great for ladies needing a bigger boost to the front than style 11 who find the 300g/600g triangle pairs just that bit too big.
Special orders are now in for those customers who requested them. If you ever need a special order just let me know and I can arrange that for you. Special orders this time included a 2500g teardrop 2 breast form pair and a 250g pear single breast form.
Style 9a and 9b are now available without the raised nipple. This will be added to the checkout options later today (if the flow of coffee continues!).
If you have any ideas for future site products or need some help choosing from my ever growing range, you know where I am :)
I could blurb on about all the details, but these are the highlights:
I've started working with my new factory for the breast forms which has been really exciting. It took a lot longer than I thought as it involved working out new moulds and changing the shapes slightly.
Most are are very similar to the way they were, apart from Teardrop Style 2 which is now wider. They are all however softer to help you on the way with that jiggle factor you all love
I hope you love the new versions as much as me so please do send me your feedback.
I've been working hard to update the descriptions and images on the site this year as a nice refresh ever now and again is always good. By adding bras to some images it helps you see the items in context so I hope that really helps.
I've also been able to bring in a great new style, so say hello to style 11.
I've also brought tape strips back, currently with a lower tac for sensitive skin. Arriving next week will be a stronger version which will not be suitable for all skin and fabric types, but for those who need strong sticking power, this will be the tape for you.
The rest of the year will still bring some great new changes:
I shall continue updating all the images and descriptions for you
Style 4 from the breast enhancer range is on my list to be looked at. I am hoping to make some tweaks and have it back in ready for when you jet off somewhere warm in our cold winter months.
New guides and information to be added to my help centre to help you with your experience when on my site.
I hope your year is going really well and you are all loving the wonderful ever-changing British summer!