Posts Tagged ‘enhance cleavage’

Amp up your decolletage for the perfect strapless look

       
Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Going strapless? Amp up your decolletage!If you’re planning to wear a strapless dress for an upcoming holiday party, you may want to start paying attention to your decolletage. After all, it’s going to be prominently on display, and your skin is your best accessory! Here are some tips from Cosmopolitan magazine.

In the days before the event, be sure to use a face cream on your chest area. Dermalogica – Skin Smoothing Cream (3.4 oz.) will keep it smooth, improve the texture and give plenty of hydration.

On the day of, use a loofah to gently scrub your chest, neck and shoulders to remove any dead skin cells that could be making it look dull. Then, mix a bit of shimmer with your regular body lotion and apply it in small circles for an even application. Use a concealer to hide any blemishes, them set it with a translucent powder.

Once you’re dressed, use a bronzer like GloMinerals – gloBronze – SunKiss to define your chest. Sweep it over the curve of your breasts, then down in between. Finish with a bit of highlighter on your collarbones, shoulders and in between your cleavage.

Enhance your cleavage with makeup

       
Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Enhance the look of your chest naturally!If you're wearing a low-cut top and feel like you could use a little extra cleavage to make it work, you don't have to invest in a push-up bra or get breast implants to look like you're well-endowed. This little makeup trick is sure to give your girls an extra boost in no time.

First, put on your bra and the shirt you're planning to wear. You can protect them from loose makeup by tucking in a tissue to cover it. Next, use a bronzer, like Colorescience – Bronzer Brush, in between your breasts. Blend it up and out, creating a V-shape along the curve of your breasts.

Use a lighter colored powder with a subtle hint of shimmer, like GloMinerals – gloDust 24K, and apply to the top half of your breasts, blending well. Check in the mirror to see if you've added enough definition. If not, add a little more of the darker colored bronzer.

The key is to blend enough so that the contouring and highlights look natural. Once you get it right, you'll be surprised how awesome your chest looks!

Would you use makeup to enhance your cleavage?

       
Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Would you use makeup to enhance your cleavage?Yep, you heard us right – there's apparently a way to create the illusion of fuller breasts using just a bit of bronzer and shadow.

According to BecomeGorgeous.com, the technique is similar to those used to contour one's face. Choose a bronzer that looks natural on your complexion and blend it into your existing cleavage (and the keyword here is blend!). Next, apply a lighter-colored eyeshadow to the top of your breasts to bring out the contrast, making sure to blend it all in extra well.

Some of you may have doubts about the effectiveness of this trick, however, and we're not about to bust your bubble. There are other ways to enhance one's chest that don't involve makeup.

Look for skin-firming creams designed for the neck and decolette area – these may not make you grow a cup size, but they will help create the appearance of firmer skin, ultimately enhancing the visage of your ta-tas. Weight-lifting and toning exercises for your pectoral muscles should also do a little bit of magic.