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How to Fake Cute Freckles



 

Freckles look more than cute in the summer months, with stars such as Emma Stone, Rachel Bilson and Lindsay Lohan all boasting freckled complexions. But as they are a sign of sun exposure, craving freckles can be somewhat dangerous.




“Ephelides, or freckles as they’re most commonly known, are small harmless flat brown marks affecting areas of the skin which experience sun exposure,” skincare expert Elizabeth Rimmer (Dip, BSc, MSc), Director of London Professional Aesthetics, a skin rejuvenation clinic in London, told Cover Media. “Whilst mainly occurring in fair skin types, they can also be found on people with a variety of skin tones.

Whilst freckles mainly occurring in fair skin types, they can also be found on people with a variety of skin tones.

“Freckles tend to look darker and more prominent in the summer months due to sun exposure and UVB radiation making them look more apparent. They then tend to fade in the winter months, unlike lentigines or age spots which are often larger in size and more defined around the edges.”

More and more people are faking it when it comes to freckles

However, more and more people are faking it when it comes to freckles, and it’s easier to do than you may think.




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