Most customers email me about buying a set of boobs and I can feel their stress. $200 to $300 isn't a cup of coffee and people don't want to spend that kind of money and not love the item.
Most people are concerned about matching their color. Its a difficult task people we change colors all year. We are dark in the summer and light in the winter. We can change our makeup and it can be much darker or lighter. Spray tans etc.
I had a customer recently buy 4 sets of boobs. I actually figured she was reselling them. I asked her why she bought 4 sets.
She replied "I bought color 2 for the winter, color 3 for the summer and then C Cup for going out and E cup for staying in."
I said "Wow." This lady figured it out. We don't wear the same clothing to go outside. We don't wear the same item to all events. Its the same thing.
Its really like buying 4 winter coats for yourself. I am not trying to get people to buy more sets of boobs. That is not what this is about. People are going to buy what they want and what they can afford, but it gave me a new perspective on helping people choose their 1st set of boobs.
Its about compromise. If you are going to buy one set, you are going to have to buy something in the middle, to fit all situations.
If you are Caucasian then the middle of the road is C-D and color 2.
It will suit most situations, but its not going to be perfect. I really recommend having 2 sets.
If your color varies then buy a color 2 and a color 3.
If you are more concerned about size then buy a C or and an E in color 2.
I realize many people have a budget and can only afford one set. I get it, I totally do.
The cotton are very affordable for that second set or even for both sets.
Expecting one set of boobs to satisfy all situations is unrealistic. Just like it would be for a woman to have one handbag or one coat.
Being a woman is about options and lets face it, they spend more on these types of things than men. Men are used to having one coat, one pair of dress shoes. Compare that to women with 100 pairs of shoes or 20 coats. 4 sets of boobs is not really that crazy.
My advice is to buy the middle of the road first.
Buy a C or a D in color 2. It will satisfy 99% of the customers.
After that you can judge if you want bigger or darker.
Color #1 is really light. Its so pale. Think the color of your bare butt.
If you are going to buy one set, then stay in the middle. Then you can add on if you feel its necessary, but don't get frustrated with your boobs if the set you wore in the winter doesn't match your skin in the summer.