Pooh

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Advertisements and Your Health

I discovered that after watching a commercial for Victoria’s Secret that I had to have their newest bra. In my opinion, the bra looked very sexy and would definitely impress my husband. When the model looked into the camera, it was as if she was speaking directly to me. I had to have this bra in the exact black and white color she was wearing. I wanted to look sexy and be confident just like the girl in the advertisement. Many of my bras come from Victoria’s Secret so I had no problem running into the store to make this particular purchase. I was so confident that I didn’t even bother to try it out before leaving the store. When I put this bra on to go out on a date with my husband I was in shock! It was the worst bra I have ever felt in my life. The straps cut down into my shoulders leaving painful red marks. I could also feel the underwire cutting into my skin. I am currently using a fade cream to get rid of the scars that the bra left behind.
I intend to continue to shop at Victoria’s Secret but I will not assume that all their products are good just because some model appears to sexy and comfortable. I will not let a model trick me into thinking that a product is right for me just because of the way it looks. The bra probably left her in pain just as it did me. The only difference is that she got paid to suffer and I didn’t. I also intend to try on every bra that I purchase before leaving the store. In the future, I will stick to the bras that I know are right for me to avoid a painful…...

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