Millie Bobby Brown's Nighttime Skin Care Video Has Fans Questioning

Millie Bobby Brown’s Nighttime Skin Care Video Has Fans Questioning

Millie Bobby Brown Pink Gown June 28, 2019
Millie Bobby Brown arrives on the premiere for season three of “Stranger Things” on June 28, 2019 in Santa Monica, CA. Hahn Lionel/ABACA/

UPDATE: Millie Bobby Brown apologized to her followers who have been upset in her face wash tutorial. On September 12, 2019 on Instagram, she posted, “I’m still learning the best way to share my routines as I get to know this space better — I’m not an expert. I thought doing a quick video replicating my personal process for that night was okay, but that’s not what was conveyed. I understand, I appreciate all your feedback on this journey, please keep sharing your thoughts and I will, too! Ily guys!”

Last month, Stranger Things star Millie Bobbie Brown revealed that she was launching her personal make-up and skincare line referred to as Florence by Mills, accessible at Ulta and on — and it’s flying off the cabinets! To promote the gorgeous merchandise much more, Brown posted a video of her nighttime skincare routine to the model’s Instagram account earlier this week.

In the video tutorial, she began by spritzing on Zero Chill Face Mist after which used the Get That Grime Face Scrub to take away any leftover make-up. From there, she used Clean Magic Face Wash after which got here her favourite half: moisturizing with Dreamy Dew Moisturizer. She completed with the Glow Yeah Lip Oil and closed out the video with an enthusiastic “voilà.”

But what confused followers in regards to the skincare routine was that Brown saved her eye make-up on from begin to end. And on nearer inspection, it seems as if little or no product was truly utilized to her face. The face mist was sprayed very far-off from her pores and skin and it’s unclear if the skincare merchandise have been truly used.

The video was taken off Instagram on Tuesday, however it stays on YouTube, the place followers proceed to depart feedback expressing their puzzlement.

“I am confused, did you use the product?!” wrote one commenter on YouTube. “And do you use another product to remove your eyeliner?! I am in a state of utter confusion. No tea, no shade, just not sure if you actually washed your face?!!”

To be truthful, this isn’t the model’s first time posting make-up and skincare tutorials — in truth, it’s posted fairly just a few. Brown’s starred in a number of of them, all of which dwell on YouTube. She’s demonstrated how you can use the One Swipe Glow Wipe on clear, makeup-free pores and skin and walked us via her whole make-up routine, too!

Brown isn’t the primary star to be referred to as out for faking her skincare routine on digicam — or been criticized for her skincare video. Kylie Jenner was additionally dragged by fans after not washing her face lengthy sufficient whereas demonstrating how you can use her new Kylie Skin Foaming Face Wash final May.

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