Models and influencers go wild for curve-enhancing underboob tattoo trend

Intricate underboob tattoos which complement curves have blown up on Instagram.

And, hundreds of posters have shared snaps of their “boob chandeliers” and fine line breast tatts.

From celebs to influencers, it seems inkings on and around the boobs are quickly becoming wildly popular.

We can see why though as the pretty pieces are often very feminine and beautiful in design.

Love Island’s Olivia Bowen got her chandelier-style tattoo last year.

This form of underboob inking shows cascading jewels falling from between the breasts with filigree edges and lotus flowers in the middle.

The shape of the tattoo helps to emphasise the shape of the breasts and looks great when wearing swimwear.

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We’re obsessed!

Instagram star, and plastic surgery obsessive, Céline Centino also has a similar tattoo.

The influencer’s design comes up higher into her cleavage which helps to separate her assets and features more delicate lace strings and smaller gems.

The tear drop shaped jewels are super dainty.

Meanwhile, fashion model and lover of all things alternative Raven, also known as sg.lavish, chose a bolder design for her chest piece.

The underboob tattoo begins as a large, partly obscured mandala-style flower with beaded strings hanging down.

Her ink is shaded in grey and black and also has an added cameo necklace design which dangles above her belly button.

So pretty!

With a different look, stunning model Daisy Cartwright celebrated her 21st birthday by inking her chest.

The blonde bombshell took to her Instagram story to show off the new tattoo to her 52,800 followers.

Daisy was seen pulling back her top as she flaunted the underboob ink.

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She showed fans that she had got a delicate flower design on her chest.

The tattoo differed from the “boob chandelier” style and instead featured a delicately shaded flower with leaves, buds and stems.

Inkings like this are known as “fine line” tattoos as they are less blocky and harsh looking.

Fine line tatts are another trend quickly growing in popularity due to its dainty style.

Would you ever get these tattoos? Tell us in the comments…

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