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Synonyms for freckle

Synonyms for freckle

a small brownish spot (of the pigment melanin) on the skin

become freckled

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And there are freckles, which are generally a more immediate response, and by that I mean within a few years, to UV exposure.
When their freckles get darker, they feel that gives their skin a kind of natural coverage, so they need less foundation.
I said there were more freckles on her face than there were places without freckles.
C's Val Garland dabbed on freckles using five different shades of eyeliner, for a convincing sun-kissed effect.
Varying tones of brow pencil were stippled across cheeks and noses to enhance or replicate models' own freckles at Moschino Cheap & Chic, and a smattering of freckles were applied to sculpted cheekbones at Sass & Bide.
Charlotte Legg thought she was a safe sunbather until she was diagnosed with skin cancer after finding a tiny freckle on her shoulder.
Freckles start to show up between the ages of 2 and 4.
A classmate with freckles perhaps or such small feet her footsteps never
Wanda never thought her freckles were a drawback until some boys decided to tease her about them.
New evidence indicates the melanoma risk associated with melanocortin-1 receptor (MC1R) high-risk variants is strongest in individuals who would be classified as lower risk by the classic phenotypic criteria such as darker hair, skin, and eye color and absence of freckles, Peter A.
Summary: A paedophile caught out by the freckles on his hands has been jailed for six years.
Freckles are skin cells acting up in response to the sun.
First, its freckled, golden / surface, then the freckles softening / to oozy spots of brown.
The American Humane Association helps sheltering organizations across the nation make happy endings possible for animals like Freckles the dog by providing funding for the treatment of abused and neglected animals through its Second Chance(TM) Fund.