Victoria's Secret Models' Tips on Cleavage

06/18/2007 at 12:30 PM ET

Photo: Marion Curtis/Startraks

When it comes to getting great cleavage, less can be more. Just ask the Victoria’s Secret angels. “If you’re wearing a deep plunge or scoop neck, then I think a little cleavage — subtle cleavage — is much sexier,” Selita Ebanks told PEOPLE at the launch of Beauty Rush Body collection in New York City last week. But whatever your cup size, you can make it work with a little trick the models use on the runway. “Use bronzing powder to accentuate the cleavage — you can even contour it,” recommends Ebanks, who powdered her decolletage with Very Sexy Mosaic bronzer. Adds Izabel Goulart. “I use bronzing powder on the stomach muscles, the boobies — everywhere! A bit of darker makeup shows everything off much more. It’s a good trick!”

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enigma on

Ladies, the models in this pic are not wasted…okay…they are doing their job, like models do, looking sexy, sleepy, and seductive! Plus, if you know anything about V.S. and their models…they are very health conscience and would not be caught “wasted”..they take their jobs seriously. I think the only drinks you’ll find in a V.S. model’s hand is water, coffee, milk, and some kind of juice. Anyway, this is about cleavage and bronzing powders not being “wasted”!

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shareyt on

You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I in finding this matter to be really one thing which I think I might never understand. It sort of feels too complex and extremely broad for me. I am having a look forward for your next put up, I’ll attempt to get the grasp of it!

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