YouTuber Naomi Jon tried to henna her own freckles are the results are going viral.
Fake freckles have been trending since 2017, with girls artificially placing them on with eyeliner, and even getting them tattoo’ed on, leading to the professional term “freckling”. Tattoo artist Gabrielle Rainbow spearheaded the permanent freckle trend after she was inspired by her friend who was tired of drawing her fake freckles on with makeup.
But now there’s a new way to get fake permanent freckles without tattoos… well…kind of…
YouTuber Naomi Jon posted a video to her YouTube channel explaining that she wanted to give herself faux freckles after seeing an Instagrammer’s DYI freckles, done with henna tattoo ink.
Naomi was then inspired to try it herself, but it did not yield the results she hoped.
While applying the henna, her skin began to burn and turn red. Though ultimately, Naomi has a sense of humor about the whole thing, posting it to her channel with the caption: WELLLLLL, sometimes I make bad decisions. this was one of them.
I really shouldnt laugh but-
GIRL WHAT DID YOU DO JKSJKS@TheNaomiJon pic.twitter.com/uMkrFcXqu5
— #✰★𝖽𝖾𝗇𝗂𝗌𝖾⁷ 🗝 moved accounts check📌 (@jimiT___T) December 9, 2018
The comments section was flooded with viewers laughing along and offering suggestions on how to fix the damage. Though, thankfully Naomi was able to cover the mistake after a lot of exfoliation. She posted this photo to her Twitter.
Denise asked “How did you get from this to this?” Naomi hilariously responded “I don’t wanna talk about it”
HOW DID YOU GET FROM
THIS. TO. THIS
— #✰★𝖽𝖾𝗇𝗂𝗌𝖾⁷ 🗝 moved accounts check📌 (@jimiT___T) December 11, 2018
I don’t wanna talk about it LMAO https://t.co/Ula0kupLKW
— mama broccoli 🥦 (@TheNaomiJon) December 11, 2018
Naomi is not the only beauty blogger to have had a major beauty fail. Countless fails have been caught on camera, from bad hair cuts, to horrifying brow plucking fails, and irons that are way too hot.
But at least one thing’s for sure… we can all relate.
What do you think about this beauty fail? Would you want permanent freckles? And why? Why would you want to tattoo freckles on your beautiful face? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending