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Millie Bobby Brown’s devotees to think that they would have noticed that there was something strange about her new skin-care guide.
To promote her beauty brand, which is called the Florence of the Mills, and the “Strange Things” star recently told us in a now-deleted Instagram video that, reportedly, the image of the “skin” night time routine”, but the viewers were not convinced they really have to do anything at all.
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In the nearly two-minute-long video, Brown shows his face in mist, a scrub, a creamy face wash, moisturizing cream and lip oil, claiming to have washed out of her face and between at least two of the steps. But, as some have pointed out, the Brown seems to keep her eye make-up, leading some to believe that they did, as well, in order for the product to be used, and in rubbing her dry hands on her face.
“The fog is the only thing that they are actually going to use!” claimed a commenter on YouTube, where the video has not been published. “This girl is, in principle, limited to a period of two minutes, rubbing her face with her bare hands.”
“I’m so confused… all these people in the comments are full of praise for her, but, she, literally, does not apply to what…” said the other. “If it was the application of something, then all of her make-up, it would be a stain and it will come out.”
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“Oh, for a magic, invisible, a product that we couldn’t even see them being used,” said someone else. “Millie is a wonderful actress.”
“I’m sure you will sell it from the air in a cute purple bottle,” a different hypothesis.
The brand was launched in August, with the aim of “redefining beauty.”
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A number of others and compared it to the alleged copy of a video of Kylie Jenner to promote her to a Foaming Face Wash. earlier this year, during which time they will wipe off the foundation from her face with a towel, in lieu of the actual washing of the face with the product.
“They do a parody of Kylie Jenner?” one commenter asked. “Because that’s the only reasonable explanation for this.”
“They didn’t learnt [sic] from the” All Beauty is a video failure, I think,” said one of the others.
As a representative of the Florence Mills do not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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The Florence Mills, the line includes more than a dozen skin-care and make-up products, which was launched in August, with the aim to re-define beauty with the Gene, the Z-directed line is based on the belief that true beauty comes from the love and acceptance of oneself,” according to a press release.