Ain’t NO shame in our makeup game. If you want to create the illusion of a bigger, ahem, bosom, or a smaller nose, we know just how to do it! And guess what? All you need is your makeup kit! That’s right, no implants, injections or post-op pain — just a little help from our contour palettes and a few other makeup essentials you already own. Because if you want a stronger jawline or plumper lips, sometimes you have to fake it!
Faking A Boob Job
You may not be pulling this trick out of your magic makeup hat daily, but it’ll come in handy when that V-neck tee is sitting a little extra low. Just grab your go-to bronzer and highlighting cream, and check out this cleavage-enhancing tutorial here.
Faking a Nose Job
Even those with barely-there noses want smaller ones! Create the illusion of a thinner, shorter, longer or straighter nose with the help of some simple contouring. You can have the nose of your dreams — no anesthesia required — within seconds with the help of this and this tutorial.
Faking Fuller Eyebrows
‘Tis the year of bold brows, and let’s just say us gals with teeny weeny eyebrows are kinda hating right now. No need to go the permanent tattoo route now that there are so many tips and tricks on how to fake full brows like these.
Faking Sculpted Cheekbones
By now we suspect that you’ve watched a least a few dozen YouTube videos on how to land supermodel status cheekbones. And while it may not be the easiest of makeup tutorials, it’s worth learning. Trust us, once you’ve mastered the art of cheekbone contouring, you can never go back to round face. This contour map and this full-face tutorial will have you contouring and highlighting like a pro.
Faking a Defined Collarbone
You may have not even known you wanted to fake a more defined collarbone until this very moment! But, if you’re going to go with the faux boob job up above, why not highlight your neckline as well with this three-step tutorial?
About the Author: Diana creates on-trend beauty content for Makeup.com readers. She stays up-to-date on the latest beauty news and product launches and tests every makeup item that comes through the door. As an employee of L’Oréal, Diana writes stories about beauty products across the entire brand portfolio.