Boob contouring: It’s easier than you think (and NOT as crazy)

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It's clear to see that plunging necklines and beautiful bussoms are in this season.

The stars of Hollywood lined the red carpet of the Golden Globes with outlined cleavage and perky assets.

They, however, all have a team of make-up artists prepping and perfecting them for the entire day before they even have a picture taken.

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So, what about us mere beings that want bigger-looking boobs but can't splash the cash for a make-up artist every time we go out, huh?

Well, that's where boob contouring comes in. Here are five steps to making your boobs look hella hot.

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Step 1 – Use a transfer-resistant foundation

Choose a colour that's three or four shades darker than your skin tone and outline the curves of your boobs with it.

 

Step 2 – Blend the lines

Makes sure to blend the darker foundation into your skin so it doesn't end up looking dirty.

 

Step 3 – Set foundation with powder

You don't want your 'big' boobs disappearing during the night because the make-up rubbed off. Set it with a powder in a light shade.

 

Step 4 – Use a wet beauty blender

To even everything out, dab your chest area with a wet beauty blender so nothing can clog up.

 

Step 5 – Highlight 

Dust this on between your collarbones and your boobs to really accentuate the bigger boob effect.

 

Still don't have the hang of it? This video will help you along the way:

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