TikTok is hilariously-brilliant for relatable lockdown memes, Love Island dance routines and watching the celeb lot impersonate Gemma Colins.
Another beauty TikTok hack, we're naturally obsessed with? How to create natural-looking freckles from home.
A lot of celebs including Kylie Jenner, Holly Willoughby and Scarlett Moffatt have shown off their natural freckles during candid no make-up snaps. But just because you're not blessed in the freckle department, doesn't mean you have to go without.
Also, a bit of faux freckle is a fun way to change up your look WITHOUT reaching for the hair bleach and/or clippers. Thank us, later.
The newest viral beauty craze includes two must-have products: Luna Bronze tan and a Real Techniques stippling brush.
@kabukirune shows the simple steps in the video. First. start with clean dry skin. Add a dollop of fake tan onto some paper.
Take a stippling brush and dip the end in the fake tan so the tops of the bristles are coated.
After, gently place the brush where you would like your 'natural' freckles to show, essentially the nose and cheeks area.
Et voila. Easy, natural freckles.
What you need to create natural-looking freckles:
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Shop the products @kabukirune uses in the tutorial:
Olive-based, this tan possesses ZERO orange hues for a beautiful base tan you'll adore.
The Real Techniques brush has sadly sold out, but we love this dupe by ZOEVA, perfect for creating faux freckles.
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