Meghan Markle has made no secret of how much she loves her freckles. The former-actress turned Duchess of Sussex claimed her pet peeve was having her freckles airbrushed out of a photoshoot.
Upon her guest edit of British Vogue in September 2019, she instructed photographer Peter Lindbergh, “I want to see freckles!”
As a teenager, Meghan wrote a book dedicated to her own freckles.
Recently Prince Harry and the Duchess set up 11 network companies, based in Delaware, one named Peca, Spanish for freckle.
There is no doubt as to just how much the Duchess’s freckles mean to her.
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What is freckle tattooing?
Sian said: “Faux freckle tattooing is a semi-permanent makeup treatment designed to mimic the look of natural freckles but without the sun damage. A sun-kissed, youthful look all year round.”
Beauty fans can customise their freckles with their beauty specialist.
Sian said: “You can opt for a light dusting just over the cheeks and nose or full-on full-face freckles.”
According to the expert, there is a youthful incentive to the treatment.
She said: “Freckles do tend to make a face look younger.”
It has recently been suggested Kate Middleton has had a semi-permanent beauty treatment, although not tattooing.
Kate Middleton’s “laminated” eyebrows caused a stir after a red carpet appearance.
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