Commando

Low Beams Nipple Concealers, 5 pair per pkg Nude 1 ea

$10.00

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Nipple Concealer Adhesives - Headlights Are For Cars

Put the brakes on your brights.

With low beams, you are back in the driver's seat, free from the glaring side effects of blast of cold air. By simply applying these ouch-less center, latex-free adhesives, your winning smile will be the only thing stopping traffic!

Use low beams with or without a bra, while running (about town or around the block) or even under a bathing suit.

Made of latex-free, medical grad adhesive.

Made in the USA

Her Look Enterprises, LLC © 2005

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Commando Low Beams Nipple Concealers, 5 pair per pkg Nude, 1 ea
 
3.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

works like a charm

By ghottamale

from orange county, ca

describe yourself Sexy, Stylish

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Good Coverage

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Formal Occasions
    • T-Shirts

    Comments about Commando Low Beams Nipple Concealers, 5 pair per pkg Nude, 1 ea:

    These are perfect when wearing a white t-shirt with no bra. The adhesive is very sturdy. I had no issues with taking them off. Love it!

    • Cup Fit:
    • Feels true to size
    • Band Size:
    • Feels true to size
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    2.0

    Effective but OUCH!!

    By Jmo

    from Texas

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    Pros

    • Does What it Says

    Cons

    • Hurts to take off

    Best Uses

    • Under camisoles

    Comments about Commando Low Beams Nipple Concealers, 5 pair per pkg Nude, 1 ea:

    I used the nipple covers under a camisole. It was def an effective product but I had to leave on for 2 days because I couldn't remove them. I finally got them off in the shower but it was a very painful process to do.

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