Followers Accuse Millie Bobby Brown of ‘Faking’ Her Skincare Tutorial

Fans Accuse Millie Bobby Brown of 'Faking' Her Skincare Tutorial

If there’s one factor we all know the web takes extremely critically, it is correct skincare and legit merchandise. So it should not come as an excessive amount of of a shock that critics have honed in on an odd video showcasing Millie Bobby Brown’s routine.

As you’ve got most likely heard, Brown not too long ago launched Florence by Mills — a vegan skincare and make-up line for teenagers — and, naturally, she’s been posting movies of herself utilizing the merchandise to Instagram.

Earlier this week, Brown determined to point out off her “fast and straightforward” nightly routine in a video that has since been deleted from Instagram (although it is nonetheless up on YouTube).

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And whereas the tutorial itself appears fairly customary (scrubs, washes, and moisturizers are all lined), it precipitated a bunch of confusion. From feedback about why she was nonetheless carrying eye make-up on the finish of the routine to questions on her face nonetheless being dry, many started accusing her of not even utilizing the merchandise in any respect.

“I do not ever consider that celebs are ever promoting us the skincare routine they really use,” one commenter on Reddit wrote. “However I nonetheless anticipate them to be prepared to make use of it at the least as soon as! In case you’re not prepared to even put it in your face to make a sale, why ought to anybody else use it for actual?”

In the meantime, others simply appeared to assume it was all a hilarious gaffe.

That mentioned, it needs to be mentioned that it’s tough to surmise what precisely is occurring within the video, because the angles and modifying are considerably unusual.

Plus, as a few of Brown’s defenders have identified with the assistance of one other promotional video, the truth that Florence by Mills is sulfate-free might have one thing to do with why it isn’t as simple to see the product in motion.

Brown has but to reply.

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