Get ready for canniboobs, the beauty trend that's going to take over festivals

With the start of Coachella comes a flood of festival beauty trends.

We know what to expect fashion-wise, but when it comes to makeup and accessories, we’ll have to wait and see what will be this year’s flower crown and glitter brows.

It’s a pretty solid bet that festival beauty will involve glitter and gemstones. Just think of all the sparkly creations we saw last year.

But rather than dusting your face with gemstones or dipping your bum in glitter, now it’s time to look to your chest as a blank canvas.

Don’t worry if you have no idea what design to create, as glitter experts Go Get Glitter have debuted a glorious concept called canniboobs.

Cannaboobs, in this context, are breasts with gems stuck on to resemble cannabis leaves.

The brand is selling their canniboobs jewels in one pack for £10.99, so you don’t have to faff around with trying to arrange your gems while staring in a mirror.

It’s a look that takes confidence, as the gems really only cover the nipples, leaving the rest of the breasts free to hang out and enjoy the party.

If you don’t fancy strolling around with zero support for your bosom, we have some ideas on making this trend a touch more wearable.

You could wear a little bralette and stick your cannabis jewels on top, or even use them to decorate a plain white tee.

If you’re set on being naked but want a touch more coverage, grab leaves and stick ’em around the larger area of your boobs to go for a full on jungle.

You could also paint the majority of your chest with glitter, then use your cannabis leaves as the finishing touch.

The reaction to Go Get Glitter’s stick-on option has been mixed.

‘Imma need a bigger leaf y’all,’ wrote one follower on Instagram.

‘Omg my nipples could never but super cute,’ said another.

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