Are Those Freckles Faux Real?

  Lauren is wearing  Faux Freckles  in the dark brown shade. I concentrated the freckles around the areas of her face that get the most sunlight, i.e. the nose and the cheeks.

Lauren is wearing Faux Freckles in the dark brown shade. I concentrated the freckles around the areas of her face that get the most sunlight, i.e. the nose and the cheeks.

I think one of the most beautiful things on a face are freckles but we’re not all lucky to have those little suckers on our face.

Obviously you can always draw them on with an eyeliner or brow pencil but they will more than likely rub off or run a bit with the natural oils your face produces, making you look like a dirty doofus.

Thank God for Faux Freckles!  These temporary tattoo freckles can last up to 48 hours and won’t rub off easily. You can put makeup on them making them look even more realistic and a part of your skin.

Pro Tip:  I don’t cut the sheets following the lines on the back. I cut them in small random shapes so that I can place them on the face in the exact configuration that I want. I find that using the guides in the back tend to make them very concentrated in the areas you place them!  

There are so many brands that make faux freckle tattoos, but the brand I used is Faux Freckles. They make wearable freckles in a 'Light Brown Palette' and 'Dark Brown Palette' and even a '24k Gold' shade for festivals, parties, or maybe just a day you're feeling extra fabulous.

If you're into this effortless, natural beauty look, give faux freckle tattoos a try and let me know how you feel about it! 

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