Very short, projected, center full, slightly narrow, even breasts...
Sultry. I feel sultry in this bra. Considering my nickname was "Prudence" for several years, this is an amazing accomplishment for a bra. Although this bra shares similarities with the Anna Pardal Hibiscus Half cup, it fits my short roots better because the cup edge is closed. If you like this pattern as much as I do and have tall roots, choose Hibiscus. Fellow shorties, Noir works very well for us.
If you read my 65K Hibiscus review, it may be difficult to believe I prefer Noir's design. The ric rac ... across the cup edge is unique, increases the texture, and beautiful. Noir has a zebra-like lace pattern whereas Hibisus has a leaf and flower pattern. Zebras cause me to swoon. Their patterns are as unique as our fingerprints. Like every other creature on this great planet, zebras are magnificent. Proudly, I wear these stripes.
The 60M 3HC stays in my IMF better than the 65K 3HC. 60M 3HC Noir is a "more immediately projected" 3HC bra. Its cup is slightly wider and deeper than the 65K 3HC Hibiscus and the 60M 3HC Veronique. Taller roots will be happier in Veronique than in Noir, too. Although I don't need a cup wider than 5.5", I need just over 6" of width in Comexim 3HC to compensate for the lack of immediate projection. I fit well in an 80E Ewa Michalak Ch; sister size 65G. But, I need a 60M or 65L to fit all my tissue near the wire in Comexim 3HC. In these sizes, the wing height is marginally too tall. Because I strongly prefer the equal distribution of breast across my chest the 3HC creates, I will suffer the too tall wings.
Exceptional Comexim quality and blissful cotton clouds line the cups. Another Comexim masterpiece...
For those needing more or less immediate projection in Comexim/AP 3HC, here is a list:
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