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Client should be standing comfortably with arms at her sides
Nipples are usually located just below the center of the breast
Keep in mind nipples are not perfectly round, nor do they look exactly like the other
Consider the age of the client, the size of her breasts and of course her preference in determining nipplesize and placement
Common mistakes: placing them too close together or too low
At the bottom of the V in the space between her clavicles, mark a little dot. Using a string or measuring tape, measure from that point to one nipple location.Go to the other side and make a mark at the same measurement. Draw circles for nipples. Step back and look for visual symmetry.Everyone is a bit asymmetrical – so use your eye to achieve the best result. You are the artist. Elongate the triangle a bit for older clients.
You and the client can pick any shape, size and color, bilateral are easier to do – as not having to match with client’s existing nipple / areola, generally about 4 cm in diameter for most clients, and you can ask clients to bring in a photo that she likes for reference..
Start by carefully looking at the client’s existing nipple and areola – consider color, shape, size, details. Then, take close up, clear photos of the healthy breast. Once you've done that, match nipple placement as closely as you can Consider that on the healthy breast, nipple areola complex is sensitive to touch and heat/cold – and may shrink on contact.
For a unilateral procedure, color test 3-4 weeks prior to actual procedure .Blend colors to match the healthy breast – test several different blends .Easier for a bilateral procedure – you can work with your client to make a color selection. Start by choosing a base color that matches the client’s skin tone – and have 3-4 variations of this basecolor. At least a light, medium and dark version.