A WOMAN with AAA boobs revealed how she instantly makes them look bigger.
Lisa Banks, 31, shared a hack for other people with "itty bitty" boobs, and it's really easy to do.
Wearing a push up bra does make a bit of a difference to Lisa's chest,but the real magic comes from contouring.
Although contouring is usually used to create a more chiselled look on your face, Lisa used the same method to create a bigger looking bust.
Posting on TikTok, she shared a clip where she applies a brown stripe across the top of both her breasts and begins to blend it in with a makeup brush.
After applying the dark shade, she then adds a spot of highlighter to each boob to finish off the look.
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"POV: You started contouring your flat tatas," she captioned the viral video.
Not everyone was a fan of the hack though, and some people slammed Lisa for trying to change her natural look.
"What happened to the body positivity and loving yourself as you are? It's all about making them look bigger now," one person said.
Replying to the comment, Lisa admitted she doesn't bother making her boobs look bigger every day.
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She said: "I'm just having fun I don't actually do this every day but I find it fun to do for now.
"When I walk out the house I'm in nip covers only."
Despite her boob enhancing hack, Lisa loves her small breasts, and encourages others to embrace their natural look as well.
She even boasts 200,000 followers on her TikTok page, where she shares body positive posts.
Previously, Lisa told The Sun: "I think my Instagram feed was toxic – it was full of bustier girls who had perfect Barbie doll shapes.
"When you get older you realise being unique and different is something to be proud of."
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