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Millie Bobby Brown, has responded to accusations that she is no “not applicable” to her face in a new video highlighting products from the clean beauty of line, with Florence Mills.
In the last couple of days, and the “Strange Things” star, shared her “skin” night time routine” by the personal care products on social media, but a lot of the viewers agreed that it didn’t seem like she was doing something to her face at all.
In the nearly two-minute clip, which has since been removed from Instagram, but it remains up on YouTube, Brown is showing 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.
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But, as some have pointed out, the 15-year-old actress appears to keep her eye make-up, which causes some to believe she was just pretending to be for the use of the product, and rubbing her dry hands on her face.
“The fog is the only thing that they are actually going to use!” on a YouTube commenter have complained. “This girl is, in principle, limited to a period of two minutes, rubbing her face with her bare hands.”
“Oh, for a magic, invisible, a product that we couldn’t even see them being used,” another smirked. “Millie is a wonderful actress.”
“I’m so confused… if she was actually applying it to all her make-up, it would be a stain, and coming out,” has been added.
On Sept. 12, the Browns took over, the make-up of matter in your own hands, and to respond to the allegations on Instagram, with a new post.
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“I’m still learning the best way to get into my routines as I know that area better – and I’m not an expert,” and the “Godzilla” star admitted. “I thought it would make a quick video to replicate it in my own personal process, that the night was all right, but that’s not what was conveyed. I really appreciate all of your feedback on this journey, and please keep sharing your thoughts and I will too!”
“I think that there is a gap in the market for young people, and I think that every young person deserves a great start with their skin care and beauty routine,” Brown said on the release of your cosmetics collection, as well.
In particular, the Brown seemed to have turned off comments on the Instagram post.
Brown is released from a vegan, cruelty-free beauty line that was named after her grandmother, Florence, in co-operation with the retailer, Ulta earlier this month, People reports.
“I think that there is a gap in the market for young people, and I think that every young person deserves a great start with their skin care and beauty routine,” she said.
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Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo, contributed to this report.