You Can Now Get Your Zodiac Sign Tattooed on Your Face — in Freckle Form
Freckles have seen a surge in interest lately, whether it’s celebs revealing theirs on social media or people putting faux marks on their faces — both temporarily and semi-permanently. But now, there’s a new trend in the freckle arena, and it has to do with your zodiac sign.
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Introducing @magickbrows #AstroFrecks 🙌🏽🌌 Hide the constellation for your astrological sign in your freckles! It'll be your secret 😉 You could even do the sign for your mom, dad, dog? haha 🌙✨ Swipe through to see more before & afters, & email or DM for appointments! 🌘 **** Any negative comments will result in getting blocked. bye 🙋🏻****
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Jessica Knapik, a cosmetic tattoo artist at Depot Town Tattoo in Ypsilanti, Michigan, is now offering something called AstroFrecks. With AstroFrecks, Knapik hides a star sign in the layout of the semi-permanent freckles she tattoos on clients’ faces.
She told Bustle, “As many people are right now, I’m super into crystals and what your best intentions can do, and sending your goals and wishes out into the universe. So [the idea for Astrofrecks] just sparked from that. I also love things with hidden meanings. This way you could get your Mom’s astrological sign, your Dad’s, your Grandma’s, and kind of pay tribute without getting a giant heart that says ‘Mom.'”
Knapik says she’s only done one AstroFrecks tattoo, but considering how popular both astrology and faux freckles are, it probably won’t be the last. Knapik says she’d love to do more: “I’m one of those people who can’t just do things the easy way. I have to put my own spin on it. Yes, this does create a little more work and planning on my end, but it’s totally worth it to do something unique and special for my client.” Wearing your zodiac sign in your freckles? Certainly sounds like the stars are aligned on this trend.
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(Photos via Jessica Knapik/Instagram, Getty)