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Cleavage makeup: The strange beauty trend that many are daring to try

Reality TV star Kylie Jenner is reportedly a fan of cleavage contouring.

Reality TV star Kylie Jenner is reportedly a fan of cleavage contouring.  (Reuters)

If you believe the best summer beauty looks involve a little makeup and a lot of glow, we’ve got the perfect trend for you: Strobing — for your cleavage.

Chances are, you already use the strobing technique in your daily beauty routine. Better known as highlighting, the process typically involves applying a sheer shimmer powder or liquid to the high points of the face to add dimension and a healthy, lit-from-within glow.

Look at that glow on her arms 😍💫

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Of course, highlighter can be used anywhere — and as makeup artist and Instagrammer @tephadoll recently demonstrated, it does wonders when dusted onto the cleavage.

As Galore reported, the makeup artist posted a pic to Instagram last week, showing off a makeup look dominated by lots of shimmer. In addition to highlighter on her cheekbones, @tephadoll seemingly dusted some onto her cleavage; the blogger captioned the image “highlighter everywhere.”

The post got a lot of love — nearly 4,500 likes.

Friday glow 😍💫

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Putting highlighter on your chest might sound like a little much at first, but people have been using makeup to decorate their bodies since the dawn of time.

Even now, it’s not unusual for women to add a little contour to give their cleavage some oomph. So, boob-lighter? It kind of makes sense — especially for the hot days ahead.

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Of course, if you’d rather not slather shimmer on your chest, there are other ways to get your glow on, with spray tans or body oil (a la Cleopatra — rumor has it she doused herself in olive oil for a subtle, sexy glow). Then again, if you’re all about the sparkle, you can go all out (and we do mean all out) with this no-holds-barred music festival look.

At the end of the day, makeup is about having fun and making yourself feel good — try it if you dare!