Have You Heard Of Boob Contouring?

You can get bigger boobs without surgery.

Kylie Jenner drew a lot of attention after she was photographed on the red carpet with what looked like a ton of foundation on her chest. Everyone was surprised to see that the youngest Jenner had fuller breasts. And it wasn't because of surgery.

Boob contouring has been around for years. Drag queens and performers swear by this makeup technique because it really does enhance the appearance of breasts on stage. Armed with cream, powder highlights, and contour products, anyone—and we mean anyonecan go up a cup size or two.

The logic behind boob contouring is similar to the contouring makeup artists use on the face—you draw the light to the parts of your face that you want to be accentuated.

Here’s the simple way to do it: Start with a cream foundation that’s about two shades darker than your skin tone to “draw” the shape of your boobs. Then take a darker shade and use it to draw your “cleavage.” Take a fluffy brush or a sponge and blend in your makeup until the harsh lines are gone. And ta-da! You now have bigger boobage. (This works easier for flat-chested women.)

The makeup trend has become so popular that Buzzfeed even decided to let their staff members try out the technique. Watch what happens when women and men try boob contouring for the first time:

Of course, boob contouring isn’t that horrible, as long as you don’t overdo it. A little cleavage never hurt anybody, after all.

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