Delia's thoughts about the Freck makeup: I still remember drawing little dots on my face as a kid to fake freckles, so I've been dying to try it out for myself as an adult (and this time without, uh, a Sharpie). Plus, I live in New York, and it snowed for weeks, so the appeal of faking a nice, sun-kissed look for all my Zoom pals was very attractive.
The Freck product was super easy to use. The first time I tried it, I realized I didn't actually know where freckles go, so I did a lot of googling "freckly Asians" as part of my research (tl;dr, start with the bridge of your nose and under your eyes, and broaden them out across your cheeks from there). The Freck team gave me some great advice about just doing a few dots and then using my finger to "copy and paste" them across my face — this was key, because if you don't "blot" the dots, they end up looking too dark and drawn on.
So I will say the process of giving yourself freckles does take a while — you're drawing 4-5 dots on at a time, blotting them before they dry, and then repeating that process until you've covered all the area you want. At the end, I felt like a little American Girl doll. The only sad thing is that I can't show the look off in public just yet — as with all makeup, Freck does not mix with heavy duty face-masking!