Olivia Munn Shares Her Fail-Safe Cleavage Trick, Serves Her Civic Duty to Women Everywhere

02/18/2016 at 12:05 PM ET

If you thought all your cleavage questions were answered after Kim Kardashian West revealed the way she gets her gravity-defining décolletage, think again. Not everyone has to use abrasive (not meant-for-your-body) adhesive (Gaffer’s tape!) to get maximum lift. Olivia Munn just shared an attainable and affordable cleavage trick that will probably change your going-out game for good.

Olivia MunnSource: Olivia Munn/Instagram



In an Instagram post, the actress explains that since her girlfriends always ask her how she gets her other “girls” looking so good, she thought it was only fair to share the secret with all her fans. Turns out, it’s all thanks to the NuBra.

If you’re unfamiliar with NuBras, she gives the entire low-down: “They’re sticky cups with clasps in the center. So you can stick the cups to your boobs and then pull them together and snap the clips together to keep your cleavage up. No padding or boob inserts needed,” she writes in the caption.

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And to demonstrate the amazing results, she shared one picture wearing the bra (left), and one without (right). “[It] just helps accentuate what you naturally have 👍”

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Before you go and question the authenticity (we all know celeb paid ads are an Instagram-must at this point), she clarifies, “This isn’t a paid ad, I’m just paying it forward for all the girlfriends who taught me tricks just like this. 👯”

And, Olivia, all the girlfriends thank you for it.

We want to know: Will you try Munn’s cleavage trick? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

— Colleen Kratofil

FILED UNDER: Celebs , Fashion , Olivia Munn
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Jane on

I love her! Question, though – do “regular” women actually show their cleavage? I’ve always thought it should be covered.

Jazzmen on

Once you’re past a certain size that dinky little nubra isn’t holding up anything. Im a natural 38 f and have yet to find a backless bra that could do the job sooo i guess tape it is (if I ever lose my mind and find myself in an outfit that requires that sorta thing)

Holly on

Her face looks different. She use to be unique and beautiful, now she is like the rest that are botoxed and filled.

Stephanie on

Those have been around a LONG time but don’t work for the outfits Kim K wears that are really plunging. Everyone would see the clear clasp if she used that.

Melissa on

I need one of these! Think of how awesome it would be for tank tops and sun dresses in the summer?!

Sarah on

She used to be so pretty – now just a wannabe Megan fox 😁

Kathleen on

And People serves its role in sexism reporting.

Chloe on

What happened to her face? It’s not as round as it used to be and her features look really different. I like her better before, beautiful and unique.

jen on

Besides the fact that I love Oliva already I have to say that I use the NuBra and it works miracles for real. Perfect for summer outfits that u don’t want to have to errata real bra with. It makes u look like u are naturally perky. And I am just a mom of 6 that lives in Kansas so I’m by no means getting paid to post this. Lol

Yikes on

Tackiest of all subjects. Does she seriously have nothing else to talk about? Of all things you could choose to share with the world, you talk about your breasts?? Shows someone’s intelligence level really quick.

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