I've never used it. I won't be able to wear any kind of bra with my dress and I definitely need something to hold myself up/in place. Any recommendations on good brands that actually work and will stay for several hours?
My daughter thought she would use tape, too. But after consulting with our seamstress for alterations we went a different direction and my daughter’s dress fits amazing!! We were worried about the tape failing as she would sweat while dancing etc…something to keep in mind!
GoodLines is AMAZING. I am a 34H and it works for me. You just need to be careful about application and take your time, and get the extra roll of tape if you're larger busted.
That being said - after my alterations appointment, we found other solutions (adding in boning under the bust, reinforcing straps, and adding additional material left from hemming to cover sideboob spillage) and I won't even be using the boob tape! I will keep it on hand for future strapless/backless outfits.
I have used tons of different Amazon brands and they all work the same. I have never experienced peeling when I sweat, and they all hold up great. Literally the $9 tapes from Amazon. Don't feel like you have to spend a ton of money to get the look!
There's a brand called Good Lines that has boob tape in different skin tones and shapes for different bust sizes. I wear a 46 F/H cup and wore it to a club one night and it was on for a few hours.
Make sure you get nipple covers to go under the tape, just because that is obviously a sensitive area.
No matter what brand you get, I'd get enough to practice with, so that you know what shape you'll be going for/how much you'll be using for your specific dress type, that way you aren't fumbling around with it the day of. I got a cheap brand from amazon to practice with before going in with the good stuff.
Also for removal, definitely do it in the shower, as you're going to need to completely DRENCH the tape in some kind of oil, so that way it comes off without tugging at your skin cause the adhesive is def strong. Don't try to remove it dry cause that will def hurt.