Why Detroit TV news reporter created breast tape for well-endowed women

June 23, 2022, 10:28 PM

Paula Tutman (Screengrab, Youtube)

WDIV's Paula Tutman opens up about her past struggle lifting her large breasts in a new Detroit News interview on the bra tape company she started in 2018.

For years, Tutman used packaging tape to lift her breasts, which damaged her body as she attempted to manage her self-confidence. It wasn't until Tutman was asked at a routine physical examination if she was being abused.

“My physician came back in with her nurse and her face was just gray, I thought she was going to tell me I had cancer... she said during your examination we noticed numerous cuts, bruises, scrapes, and we need to know if you're being domestically abused. I was shocked.”

To remedy the problem, she birthed the Bra-Less Bra, a tape that can lift up to a size N without hurting the skin. It retails for $49.99.

Read more:  The Detroit News

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