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An adhesive bra in a drawer

Whether you dread wearing regular bras or you want to rock a cute backless dress, a sticky strapless bra is practically a wardrobe essential for us ladies.

Though when it comes to sticky bras, not all designs are created equal. With some brands, the quality just isn’t up-to-standard and you don’t want to be found with a bra sliding off your tata’s when you’re in public (believe me, it’s uncomfortable and awkward). 🤭

Lucky for you, some of our Hip team members discovered the Niidor Adhesive Sticky Strapless Bra and it checks all the right boxes.

Just a quick note: This post is not sponsored! We simply couldn’t believe we were able to find a sticky strapless bra that actually works well, and so we had to share it with you all. 🙌


Here’s why you should go “braless” with this highly-rated invisible sticky strapless bra:

Sticky boobs and nipple covers on a bed

This adhesive bra actually stays in place. 🙌

Moisture is the enemy when it comes to sticky bras, but this one actually holds up under some pretty sweaty conditions. Of course, I wouldn’t recommend going for a run with it on, but it’ll keep you covered during everyday activities and evenings out and about.

I sweat a lot (like more than the average person), so a powerful stick is one of the first things I look for in an adhesive bra. I mean, what’s the point if it doesn’t stay where it’s supposed to?

“I have worn a stick-on type of bra for years, and since I have had the same one for 3-4 years, I decided to finally buy another one. This Niidor Adhesive Bra had great reviews, was a good price, and it came with nipple covers as well as the actual bra cups – seemed like a bargain.

The sticky bra is super easy to apply and does exactly what I need it to – it covers me up enough so that you can’t see nips poking through your shirt. It’s also super easy to remove, although I will say it does pull a bit when you are removing it – but there isn’t enough pulling to be bothersome to me.

I love being able to wear whatever shirts I want, regardless of the straps as I can use this bra with everything.” – Angie, Hip sidekick

side by side pic of the same woman wearing low-cut sweater

This sticky bra won’t give you cone-shaped boobs.

Ever tried on a bra that made the girls look like awkward and pointy cones? It’s the worst! Whoever made it apparently didn’t try it on first.

It’s safe to say that the bra shape-factor is pretty important to all women and this adhesive bra provides the perfect profile. No cones, no uni-boob, no lumpiness. Just a natural-looking silhouette that makes it easy to wear any kind of fabric and any kind of fit.


Hands holding a bra in front of a dresser drawer

The push-up bra clasps allow you to easily adjust your cleavage.

Not all strapless sticky bras are adjustable like this one. It allows you to customize the amount of cleavage, whether you want a modest or bustier look.

Since it’s seamless and invisible, the outer edges are practically undetectable so it really looks like you’re not wearing a bra. If your boobs aren’t the perkiest, this silicone bra will definitely give them a good lift!


A hand washing a silicone sticky bra in the sink

Cleaning this adhesive bra couldn’t be easier.

Good news: You can clean and reuse your sticky bra! That’s right, all you have to do is run it under some water with a bit of detergent, let it air-dry and voilà, your new favorite bra is fresh again!

Hip Tip: Don’t put your sticky bra in the washing machine or dryer! It’ll likely come out with a bunch of fuzzies that essentially ruin the stickiness.


A strapless sticky bra in the box in a dresser drawer

It’s a bra made for nearly every shirt and dress style.

Plunging v-necks, halter tops, strapless dresses… There really isn’t a style, fabric, or neckline that these sticky boobs don’t work with. The level of thickness is just right, unlike a lot of other sticky bras that are too thick in the middle and too thin on the edges. This invisible bra also comes with nipple covers if you want something lighter and don’t need any pushup support.

woman wearing floral tank

“I bought this sticky bra after buying one of these adorable tanks and realizing I did not have a bra that would work. I was a bit nervous to use this bra as the process of putting on the silicone cups and taking them off freaked me out a bit (I was worried it would hurt to remove after wearing it all day).

Truth be told, I had to try twice the first time to stick the cups on correctly (and unattaching them is not very pleasant especially in the nipple area).

But once I got them on, they worked fine and I felt supported throughout the day. I think this is a product that will get easier and easier to use once I wear it several times.” – Bryn, Hip sidekick


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Comments 39

  1. Mustangbaby05

    I literally just bought one of these because I have to dresses for an upcoming wedding and neither of them allows me to wear a traditional bra. I stumbled across this one and now am glad I made the purchase!!!

  2. DealAddict

    I got this bra & hated it. I couldn’t understand why so many people love it but I think I figured out why after my own trial & reading through the reviews. It seems to work best for pushing smaller (maybe up to c cup) breasts together & up a little (creates cleavage). If you already have breasts that are naturally close together or larger than maybe a c cup, I don’t think you’ll be happy with it. That’s just my own opinion anyways.

    • AngieM

      Cup C isn’t really small but thanks for your opinion.

      • ReadingIsAMust

        AngieM, Deal addict didnt say c is small

      • rochellemcgee

        I’m a C (barely) and consider myself breasts “small.” It doesn’t bother me at all 🤷‍♀️😁

      • Joni

        I don’t think the poster was implying this. I just think she was saying it doesn’t work for very large breasts. A C isn’t small but it is different from a DD+. When I was pregnant my breasts grew huge (I was an F cup and looked like a porn star until I got the pregnant belly showing ) and now I’m back to full C. Finding a supportive bra when I was a F was a nightmare. I think the OP was just saying it won’t work for those sizes.

    • Nicole

      I completely agree with you! I am a DD and this created zero support or lift for me.

      • Joan

        Well, unfortunately strapless bras never work well for me because my boobs are so saggy and heavy so I already know I’m not a candidate for this bra. Boo Hooo!!!. I need arm straps for extra support. So, this bra would never work for me. I’m jealous of all you ladies that can wear this bra!

        • Julie T

          Have you tried a strapless bra from Soma? I am between DD and DDD and the Soma strapless bra fits better than others I’ve tried.

    • K

      Thanks for posting this. That was going to be my question if it worked for DD-DDD because that’s the range I’m in. I haven’t been able to wear strapless tops since I was a teenager with C cups

      • Julie T

        I posted above, but have you tried a Soma strapless? I just recent tried these bras out and I’ve been pleased. It’s been sooo hard for me to find bras I like with such a big chest size. 🙁

        • K

          Thank you for the suggestion, I haven’t tried soma bras before. I have such a hard time finding bras that fit right and are comfortable. Half the time lately I just end up wearing bralettes even though they don’t have much support at least they’re comfortable, lol

  3. orangeblue

    I bought this bra about 2 years ago and wore it in July in Florida to an indoor wedding and the sticky is still going strong! I did realize that I had been putting it on wrong after reading this(did realize you were suppose to unclip it to put it on 🤷‍♀️) and now that I know that it fits 100 times better than it did before. Sometimes I feel more comfortable in this than I do a strapless. Definitely recommend!

  4. GAmommyof4

    I bought one like this from Target and love it! I used it with a dress for a wedding originally, but have worn it more than I thought I would. It can also be used as an “enhancer” for my fellow small topped girls (I am an A cup on a good day). I used it last Halloween with my Wonder Woman costume to help “fill out” the top and it worked great!

    • muquee

      Hello GAmommyof4, Do you know the brand, model, size etc of the one you bought at Target? Any details you have that might help? I am very small breasted as well and hope to find one that works with little to adhere to.

      • GAmommyof4

        The box for my set is long gone and I don’t see any writing on the bra itself – no fabric to put a tag on. I remember standing in Target looking at the boxes and deciding to open the smallest size and hold it up to my chest to estimate if it would be close to fitting. 🤣 sorry I’m not more helpful.

  5. M

    I used to have one of these and it got really gross after awhile and the sticky part started to chunk up. I would be worth buying for a wedding or something but I didn’t really like for everyday wear.

    • Holly

      Was it this brand or another brand?

      • M

        It was Victoria Secret… And $50. This one from Amazon may be worth it for $20. though.

  6. Ann

    I don’t think it would feel good. It just seems like it would be a tacky feeling on your skin.

    • Gina

      Doesn’t feel bad. Once it is on, you don’t pay attention to how it feels. It’s not a “tacky” type of sticky that you feel on your skin.

  7. D

    I don’t have this exact one, but I’ve been using sticky bras for years. I have really perky DD cups and they work really well for me. I feel way more comfortable in these then strapless bras. I don’t have to worry about them slipping down or coming off.

  8. Becks

    What does the side that goes against your clothes feel like? Smooth? Or also stick/it’s all the same?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      It’s smooth on the opposite side so there’s no sticking or grabbing of your clothes, Becks.

  9. ashley-7

    I wouldnt buy unless made from organic materials. Im sure there are harmful chemicals in these things and being leeched straight into our breasts can easy cause breast cancer.we need to be careful and thoughtful of what we put on our bodies. It rakes 10 seconds for chemicals that are in contact with our skin to be absorbed in the bloodstream. And having this on your skin for what 12 hours a day constantly releasing whatever chemicals are in there striaght into our breast? No thank you!

    • sarann27

      Did you know that in most cases the term “organic” doesn’t mean it’s 100% organic? Chemicals can and more than likely are still added in, it just has to be below a certain %. #fact

  10. muquee

    In the pictures, the cups look fairly deep. I’m not talking DD deep, but I’m an A cup. Are these going to adhere properly on small breasted gals? I have tried stick on in the past, with not great results.

    Thank you.

    • Amber

      They go by cup size like normal bras.

  11. Carrie

    Thank you so much for sharing this product! My daughter is always looking for bras to wear with her numerous dance costumes when it comes recital time. She was hesitant to order this type last year, but I am definitely sharing your post with her so we can order one or two for the upcoming dance season.

  12. cielo0

    I have this in a different brand and I love it. I have small breasts and they work very well. Even in hot days where you sweat they stay put.

  13. MN_Jen

    Yes! I just tried this bra out at an outdoor wedding I went to a few weeks ago. Even a strapless bra wouldn’t have worked with the dress I wore, so I took the chance. This bra was so comfortable all night! I’m a saggy C-cup, and it worked great.

    • DeborahMc

      MN_Jen would you wear this daily? I’m a saggy C-cup and live in Florida where the humidity makes it way hotter than it is. I’m wondering if it will hold up with the humidity. TIA

  14. Lisa

    Silly question, would these work on full figure women?

  15. Sharon

    Ah, no thanks.

  16. bobear

    Umm, some guys do read this site 🙂

    • Casey

      So?

    • polishpotatopancake

      They come in bigger sizes, you’re covered too.

    • sam

      Did you not know women wear bras?

  17. siena95

    I’m a 38 dd, this is a joke. Not to mention the sweat …I don’t see these providing support for even a c cup

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