There’s nothing like getting the perfect cleavage without having to go under the knife. And while it sounds too good to be true, it’s certainly attainable with the right tools, makeup, and undergarments. If you’re wondering how you can fill your bra without gaining weight or opting for implants, Here are some hacks to make your breasts appear fuller and more lifted:
Slim Fit Shirts
While average-sized breasts may benefit from push-up bras, this is not always the case for smaller breast sizes. If you can’t find the right, comfortable bra that accentuates your size, simply take it off because it’s unlikely that you need it. If you’re lucky enough to have round, but small breasts, rest assured that you’ll turn heads with a slim fit shirt worn without any padding.
If you’re opting for a more reserved look, use nipple stickers. While having smaller breasts seems like a curse when you’re trying to find the right outfit that doesn’t make your body look juvenile, they’re a blessing when it comes to fitted outfits.
An innovation in the fashion world, breast tape is primarily used for open cleavage dresses. Some dress designs will compel you to go braless, but not everyone is confident enough to flaunt their bazookas when there’s too much space between them. If you want to pop some cleavage in your favorite dress, learn how to use tape according to your breast size. Generally speaking, applying tape is quite simple. Use the tape to fix one breast at a time at the desired position. You can push your breasts closer and fix them in position by gluing the tape under each breast. Avoid removing the tape and reapplying it, as this can make the glue stick less effectively. Try not to overdo it; otherwise. It may feel uncomfortable.
It’s not uncommon for women with average or small-sized breasts to struggle while finding the perfect push-up bra. When you buy your size, you usually end up with a lot of space inside the padding. The good news is a size or two smaller than yours should do the trick. You should also opt for water bras because they look more natural, and provide you with a more dramatic lift.
Another good trick if you don’t want to spend money on a new bra is to wear a sports bra on top of a regular push-up. While the push-up alone may not be a great fit, the sports bra will fill in the gaps and give you that needed lift. You may not want to try this if you expect your partner to undress you that night!
After using any of the above methods, you still want to accentuate the shape and size of your breasts with some shadow. If you thought that contouring only worked to make your cheekbones higher and your mid-cheeks sunken in, you’re wrong. With the right shade, you can create the illusion of a bigger cleavage. Use your regular contour shade to outline only the cleavage, and apply some on your clavicle as well to complete the look, and make it appear more natural.
You can use this method alone, or pair it with the above tricks. For smaller breasts, you might want to contour alongside using tape. For average-sized breasts, you can use this method alone. As for bigger, sagging breasts, you only need tape for a breast lift.
Although a breast harness is primarily a piece of lingerie that doesn’t alter breast size, it can certainly make it appear bigger when you’re undressed. If you’re expecting a photo shoot and you’re self-conscious about your breast size, a harness can accentuate the shape and size of your breasts, and make them appear bigger.
Alternatively, you can also use a smaller size harness to achieve the same results you would with tape. A harness can be worn under dresses, or over shirts, and they give your outfit a bolder look. Some of them come with matching jewelry, which is a bonus to complete your look.
Having a flawless eye-catching cleavage all comes down to having the right tools under your belt. You too can look like the glam models in those 80s music videos! You can use tape to mask your nipples and to reduce the space between your breasts. On the other hand, if you’re a B cup, opt for push-ups that are one size smaller than your cup size. And if you’d like a more dramatic look, don’t forget to contour the curvature of your breasts with a shade that suits your skin.