Cleavage contouring No amount of makeup will turn your AAs into Ds, but with a deft hand and the right tools you can give your cleavage the appearance of more depth and roundness. First, pick a bronzer with shimmer, says Chicago, Ill., makeup artist Zsofia Otvos. "It reflects light and creates the illusion that shapes are bigger and have depth," Otvos says. She likes Maybelline New York Expert Wear Stay True Bronzer, $4.39. Start with a dry surface -- body lotion or moisturizer will darken the powder and make it stick, Otvos says. Tap the brush to shake off excess bronzer, and look in a mirror (not down at your chest) as you apply it. Use a fan brush (try Benefit Fantail Brush, $22) to sweep bronzer along the "v" shape between your breasts, starting at the bottom of the "v," and working up. "The darkest spot should be at the point of the 'v,'" Otvos says. To create the low light, use a matte face powder (try Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder, $4.99) that's a shade darker than your skin. Apply it to the outside edge of the "v" at the curve around the breast with a fan brush. Voila! Brush-on boobage.
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