Meghan’s freckles are a crazy new tattoo trend

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  • People have been loving Meghan Markle’s barely there make-up look from the Royal Wedding.
  • They’re now getting her freckles tattooed on their faces.
  • They only last up to three years.

It’s pretty safe to say that Meghan Markle’s wedding look was iconic. From her dress to her makeup, people were obsessed- so much so that they're now getting Meghan’s famous freckles tatted on their faces. People used to hide their freckles and mask them with makeup, but thanks to Meghan, freckles are getting the moment they deserve.

Tattoo artist Gabrielle Rainbow has been getting tons of requests for faux-freckles since the Royal Wedding and she thinks Meghan has “boosted customers’ interest in the whole idea of freckles.” The process of getting the freckles tattooed takes up to an hour and the results resemble tiny “bee stings.” Don’t worry if they look a little dark at first- the pigment settles after a couple months and you eventually end up with a nice dusting of freckles. What’s great is that the tattoos aren’t even permanent. They only last up to three years.

Experts note that if you can’t commit to three years- try dotting an eyebrow pencil across your face.

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Holy freckles!! We’re all loving this and just in time for summer ☀️😻 swipe to see them freshly done! >>>> By @nicolejohnstontattoo #studiosashiko #cosmetictattoo #freckles #freckles

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@jette.scherzer added some pretty little freckles! #studiosashiko #cosmetictattoo #freckletattoo #fresh

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