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Get the Right Bra Fit and Enhance Your Bust with Tweakerz

At one time or another, every woman has chanted the phrase, “I must increase my bust.”  Well, you can do just that and give your summer wardrobe a boost with Tweakerz, a must-have customizable and detachable bra strap accessory.

Tweakerz allows you to “tweak your bra for the perfect lift” and is a handy tool to enhance the upcoming season’s tank tops, halter dresses, V-Neck tees, and racerback tops

For more practical use, the hypoallergenic product also conceals pesky bra straps and can convert your standard bra to a racerback style.

Since one size doesn't fit all when it comes to bras, Tweakerz comes with two flexible center straps that reach 3.6 inches across and fit bra sizes 34D to 38D. The new Mini Tweakerz is 2.5 inches across and accommodates smaller bra sizes 32AA to 34D.  It has all the benefits as the original Tweakerz – great lift, improved support, enhanced bust-line – and is perfect for teens, athletes, and women like me with smaller boobies.

The FDA-approved bra strap concealer was created by Mandy Krammel, a busy Mom and former make-up artist.

“I had always been privy to conversations regarding women’s body images.  The most common frustrations were bra issues, or ‘bra-drama’ as I call it,” Krammel says.  “Women were constantly saying the same thing; that it was challenging to find bras that fit well and made them feel confident about the way they looked.”

Although Tweakerz and Mini Tweakerz appear similar to other drugstore and As Seen on TV detachable bra strap accessories, the imitators require you to connect your bra straps to them.  That sounds like a complicated process and who has time for that?  Better yet, Tweakerz is also designed to be invisible under your clothing.

Tweakerz and Mini-Tweakerz sell for $12 each and are available online and at select retailers.

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