Millie Bobby Brown praised for showing off her pimples in makeup-free pic

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By Nasima Khatun

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Millie Bobby Brown has been praised for showing off her bare face in her newest selfie on social media.

Taking to Instagram, the 19-year-old posted a duo of photos, showing off her skin before and after a breakout. The first image showed the Stranger Things star taking a mirror selfie wearing a light base, glittery eye shadow, and a nude lip while the second one was a close-up of Brown's skin showing an obvious breakout.

Alongside the pictures, she took to the caption, tagging her beauty brand and writing: "@florencebymills send help!"

Have a look at the post below:

Since it was published yesterday, the post has already received over four million likes as well as thousands of comments from friends and fans alike.

"Love it," commented her Stranger Things costar Noah Scnapp.

Drew Barrymore also added: "@milliebobbybrown I love keeping it real. You are the greatest."

Octavia Spencer also left a comment, attributing the breakout to "hormones" which is totally normal even as women get into their 20s.

Fans also chimed into the conversation, with many praising the star for being so candid about her skin issues.

"Thank you for normalizing breakouts," one user wrote while another added: "She makes me feel so comfortable to have acne I feel almost empowered and confident in my face bc I've learned that it truly is normal."

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Millie Bobby Brown has been praised for posting a barefaced selfie. Credit: Jun Sato/WireImage/Getty

Brown has previously opened up about the importance of creating a beauty line as her skin changes over time.

Speaking to Allure last year, she said: "I don't know anything about beauty and skin care. That's why I created this. I'm going to take you on this journey with me, so we can learn more about botanicals, serums, fruit and vegetable extracts, enzymes.

"Things that are so important for your skin, but we don't know about because we're young," she added.

The actress, who is currently engaged to Jake Bongiovi, also went on to discuss why making the skincare line was a crucial point in her process.

"Clean means saying 'no' to ingredients that are believed to be unsafe for us and/or the environment, animal testing, and animal by-products," the official website for the brand reads. "Clean means saying 'yes' to proven ingredients that make us feel good from head to toe. cleans also means we strive to care for the planet."

While Brown's career has expanded into the world of beauty, she is still focusing on projects in her acting career.

Brown’s upcoming Netflix fantasy-action film titled Damsel, showcases her dedication to shining a light on female-focused stories.

The film, which has an all-star cast including Brown, Angela Basset, and Robin Wright, follows the story of a fierce and passionate dragon-fighting princess, which the star emphasized to Glamour that the running theme throughout "is feminism."

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Millie Bobby Brown is focussing on her upcoming projects. Credit: Kristina Bumphrey/Variety/Getty

She also told the outlet about yet another upcoming project which she will star in alongside Chris Pratt.

When speaking of Electric State, which is "a postapocalyptic adventure movie from the Russo Brothers", she stated that she was thrilled to be working alongside Chris Pratt.

"To be able to go toe-to-toe with Chris Pratt!" she marvels. "It’s a very exciting opportunity that I never thought I’d be able to have, to be able to be treated the same as him and to be looked at and respected the same as him on the set by the production, by the studio."

Brown also added: "He’s such a great man, but also a great actor and a great costar. And you rarely get that in this business, to work with men that really support you and understand you and let you shine."

No official dates have been confirmed for either movie but it has been rumored that they will be avilable to watch in 2024.

Featured Image Credit: Rich Fury/Getty

Millie Bobby Brown praised for showing off her pimples in makeup-free pic

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By Nasima Khatun

Article saved!Article saved!

Millie Bobby Brown has been praised for showing off her bare face in her newest selfie on social media.

Taking to Instagram, the 19-year-old posted a duo of photos, showing off her skin before and after a breakout. The first image showed the Stranger Things star taking a mirror selfie wearing a light base, glittery eye shadow, and a nude lip while the second one was a close-up of Brown's skin showing an obvious breakout.

Alongside the pictures, she took to the caption, tagging her beauty brand and writing: "@florencebymills send help!"

Have a look at the post below:

Since it was published yesterday, the post has already received over four million likes as well as thousands of comments from friends and fans alike.

"Love it," commented her Stranger Things costar Noah Scnapp.

Drew Barrymore also added: "@milliebobbybrown I love keeping it real. You are the greatest."

Octavia Spencer also left a comment, attributing the breakout to "hormones" which is totally normal even as women get into their 20s.

Fans also chimed into the conversation, with many praising the star for being so candid about her skin issues.

"Thank you for normalizing breakouts," one user wrote while another added: "She makes me feel so comfortable to have acne I feel almost empowered and confident in my face bc I've learned that it truly is normal."

wp-image-1263234006 size-full
Millie Bobby Brown has been praised for posting a barefaced selfie. Credit: Jun Sato/WireImage/Getty

Brown has previously opened up about the importance of creating a beauty line as her skin changes over time.

Speaking to Allure last year, she said: "I don't know anything about beauty and skin care. That's why I created this. I'm going to take you on this journey with me, so we can learn more about botanicals, serums, fruit and vegetable extracts, enzymes.

"Things that are so important for your skin, but we don't know about because we're young," she added.

The actress, who is currently engaged to Jake Bongiovi, also went on to discuss why making the skincare line was a crucial point in her process.

"Clean means saying 'no' to ingredients that are believed to be unsafe for us and/or the environment, animal testing, and animal by-products," the official website for the brand reads. "Clean means saying 'yes' to proven ingredients that make us feel good from head to toe. cleans also means we strive to care for the planet."

While Brown's career has expanded into the world of beauty, she is still focusing on projects in her acting career.

Brown’s upcoming Netflix fantasy-action film titled Damsel, showcases her dedication to shining a light on female-focused stories.

The film, which has an all-star cast including Brown, Angela Basset, and Robin Wright, follows the story of a fierce and passionate dragon-fighting princess, which the star emphasized to Glamour that the running theme throughout "is feminism."

wp-image-1263234007 size-full
Millie Bobby Brown is focussing on her upcoming projects. Credit: Kristina Bumphrey/Variety/Getty

She also told the outlet about yet another upcoming project which she will star in alongside Chris Pratt.

When speaking of Electric State, which is "a postapocalyptic adventure movie from the Russo Brothers", she stated that she was thrilled to be working alongside Chris Pratt.

"To be able to go toe-to-toe with Chris Pratt!" she marvels. "It’s a very exciting opportunity that I never thought I’d be able to have, to be able to be treated the same as him and to be looked at and respected the same as him on the set by the production, by the studio."

Brown also added: "He’s such a great man, but also a great actor and a great costar. And you rarely get that in this business, to work with men that really support you and understand you and let you shine."

No official dates have been confirmed for either movie but it has been rumored that they will be avilable to watch in 2024.

Featured Image Credit: Rich Fury/Getty