I had a bit more luck with this than the Joy Longline in 65H.
This is a sister size, 70G, in the HC.
I had trouble finding reviews, but what I did find said the bands were tight.
On my particular bra, the band feels like a TTS 70 (32"). I do wish I'd have gotten the 65H. It isn't riding up at all, but I don't feel as "secure" I guess.
I do like the Hc more than the Longline. Lookwise, they're the same besides less or more material.
The gore on this one sits a lot more flat.
I have similar issues with my right boob being somewhat too small, but I ... actually believe the Hc's cups are just a tad shorter. I say this because I don't get the gapping on my right in the Hc, but I do with the Longline.
So band, as far as I can tell, TTS. Maybe if you're in between sizes (I'm in between 28 and 30"), go with the size after your measurement(29=30; not 32..31=32, not 34, etc.).
Cups, I believe run small. This is a 70G, and I should probably wear a 65G in Comexim.
The cup depth is about 8", maybe give a little(not much).
I recommend you stay with your band and go up a cup.
Straps are fully adjustable, wires are still somewhat wide on the Hc.
The Joys seem to definitely be fairly wide and shallow, I'd say the Longline more so.
If you need average to slightly wide wires and want Comexim, I'd give this a try.
It also offers decent room for projection, but consider going up a cup.
Cup lining is a very thin later of foam, similar to Freya longlines (which are a bit easier to find and test in Nordstrom/rack and such).
Cups are up front and centered as I've experienced with the other Comexims (Basic,Joy Longline, Coco, Emanuelle), wires touch, and you get a very lifted, round, but more natural look.
So, yeah, I tried. Definitely know now to stay with my band and usually get a G (except in the Hc's case).
I'll be keeping this despite the band. I'm unsure about the Longline. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />
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