Summer is ending and it’s officially fall. This means our summer tans, natural glows and for some of us, pops of freckles will begin to fade. Well never fear because all it takes is 1 product, 5 minutes and the easiest technique to recreate your summer frecks. (As far as your tan and hair go.... a good self tanner and visit to the hair salon should do it ;)).
what you will need:
+A strong brow pomade that will stay in place all day. (I personally prefer Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow)
+lip liner brush
+brow precision pencil one shade darker than you typically use
+Dip your lip liner brush into the brow pomade and starting at the bridge of your nose begin to place “freckles” along the center, sides moving your way outward towards cheeks. The sun is drawn to the bridge of our nose so this is where the majority of the freckles would occur naturally.
+I like to create freckles of different sizes, to do so I angle my lip liner brush slightly so that a wider freckle is made. The amount of freckles it completely up to you!
I like to place a few smaller freckles down towards the end of my nose as well as one small freckle between my brows, shifted towards either the left or right so it isn’t directly in the center. This will make them appear staggerd and have the natural placement. Freckles don’t just occur on the nose so placing a few (I have done 4-5) sporadically places along my forehead and a couple up closer to my hair line. The chin is another area area where we tend to see frecks. So don’t be shy! Add some more down on your chin, and once again it is 100% your preference as to how many or little you prefer.
Once I have placed my freckles I then go back in and darken a few freckles in each concentrated area that I have placed them. Lastly, I take a lea size of foundation on my beauty blender and dab in a tapping motion all along the freckles. This will blend and make the appearance less harsh. I top them off with a bit of setting powder followed by setting spray.
Now you have a cute freckled nose even in the dead of fall!