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Hello. I am really new here, so pardon the silly inquiry.

I have recently discovered that i want to try something. More specifically these https://www.ebay.com/itm/Silicone-Breast...4258465322

I have never done anything like this, but i am 100% certain that is something that i want.

My questions is, i kind of have a lot of hair on my chest and some on my back. Is it absolutely necessary to shave it or is it not painful enough to care?

Thank you in advance for taking your time to read my probably silly question.
Welcome to the forum Inferno.  If there's any gluing involved, you will definitely want to remove any hair.  Otherwise, the glue will remove it for you, in a very unpleasant way. If you've not done breast forms before, Janet's has some excellent videos that were of immense help for when I got my first set. I would also humbly recommend buying from Janet, as opposed to ebay. You never really know what you may end up with. I was very happy with the help and quality that I got from Janet's.
Thanks for the heads-up! Well, as far as i can tell there is no gluing involved, i guess it is something like a vest?
Also, could you direct me to those videos of immense help? ^^" i am still not sure where to find things here

Again, thank you for the reply!
When you go onto janetscloset.com (not the forums site, the store itself), on top of the page, there is a section called videos.  Click on it.  There is a ton of stuff on there, from wigs, breast forms, makeup, etc.  Just click on what you want to view.  Great info.
<p>Hi inferno,</p><p>If you buy the kind of silicone breastforms that glue onto your chest, you will definitely want/need to shave your chest.&nbsp; When I was a newbie, I was so excited to get my silicones that I glued them on my hairy chest and it was torture to get them off.&nbsp; <img src="https://janetscloset.com/forums/images/smilies/blush.png" data-sceditor-emoticon="Blush" alt="Blush" title="Blush">&nbsp; I can tell you that it is lovely to glue them on and have the sensation of breasts tugging on your chest.&nbsp; Just make sure the breastforms you get are designed/made for being glued onto your chest if you go that way.</p>
Okay, thank you for all the advice! <3
(11-19-2020, 08:53 AM)Anne Wrote: [ -> ]<p>Hi inferno,</p><p>If you buy the kind of silicone breastforms that glue onto your chest, you will definitely want/need to shave your chest.&nbsp; When I was a newbie, I was so excited to get my silicones that I glued them on my hairy chest and it was torture to get them off.&nbsp; <img src="https://janetscloset.com/forums/images/smilies/blush.png" data-sceditor-emoticon="Blush" alt="Blush" title="Blush">&nbsp; I can tell you that it is lovely to glue them on and have the sensation of breasts tugging on your chest.&nbsp; Just make sure the breastforms you get are designed/made for being glued onto your chest if you go that way.</p>

100% agree on the glued on forms.  Wonderful sensation.
I agree with Boots66. Go to Janets or at lease contact them befor you go through E-bay