Choosing bras is really important when it comes to using breast enhancers.
For them to work well, and give you the support and push-up that you want, we need a supportive well fitting bra. To start with, make sure the bra you wear is the correct size, especially around the band. You can see my everso helpful guide here.
For the shape of the bra, this really depends on the look you are going for and the shape of your breasts. There are all sorts, full cup, balconette, plunge, halterneck, bandeau etc. The main things to look for are:
If you are wanting to go for a rounded cleavage look, and will be going for an enhancer that will sit below your breast and push you up, be careful with buying a very low-cut bra at the front. We don't want your pushed up assets breaking free!
If you are wearing a very padded bra, it can be hard to get an enhancer to sit well, so less or no padding is better. The enhancer can do the job of the padding, and can move itself in the cup to ensure it is sitting well with the shape of your breasts for maximum effect.
Full cup bras offer the most support as they have the bigger cup.
They can however show for some lower cut dresses and tops. Try them out with your lowest cut tops before you commit.
If your bra is a very thin fabric, you will be best with one of my softer styles. Bumps between the enhancer your breast can show with the firmer styles, as they push you to the heavens, which does not show with normal bras.
I hope these little tips help when you are choosing bras to try with your enhancers and vice-versa.