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Guest Post: Fantastic Freckles

by TG Intern Emma | Sep 27, 2013
Hi TGs

While our brilliant beauty blogger Claire is away, the excellent Emma (our intern) has written guest blog: Fantastic Freckles.

Enjoy!
TGHQ xx




Calling all wonderful TGs, this one is important!

We’ve had a reader ask us how to get rid of her freckles, and I think this is a good opportunity to talk about loving yourself exactly how you are. I know you’ve heard it before, but seriously… accepting you for you is vitally important!

Fab intern Emma!Trust me, my face is absolutely covered in freckles and I LOVE them! Why? Well, when I was little my Gran used to tell me that they were fairy kisses! Cute, huh? Not everyone has freckles, which is exactly why you should love them. They give you a unique look that is different to everyone else, and if you have a lot of them, imagine how many fairies have kissed you! LOL!

This not only applies to freckles, but to any part of your body! You are one of a kind, which is exactly why you should embrace what you have. If you have freckles, work ‘em girl! Our differences add to who we are… it makes us special. Plus, those fairy kisses totally gave us magical powers, hehe!

Fantastic freckles! Photo: Getty Images
Nobody’s perfect, but we are all beautiful in our own way. Wear your stunning smile, hold your head high and be confident in yourself. The TG team, your family and your friends all love you exactly how you are, freckles and all! There is only one of you in this world, so make sure that YOU are invincible! And don’t forget… if you’ve got freckles, the fairies love you too! 


 

Mwah!
Emma xoxo

5 Comments

  1. 5 Imogen 26 Nov
    OMTG
  2. 4 Natalie! 02 Feb
    OMTG love it
  3. 3 Em 17 Apr
    I personally love my freckles, but maybe that's just me :) 
  4. 2 MylesSn 16 Oct
    Really informative blog article.Really thank you!
  5. 1 TG Fan 14 May
    Thanks so much! Hear that peeps, fairies love me! LOL!

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