Fans think Millie Bobby Brown’s skincare tutorial is fake as her make-up stays intact throughout

Fans have accused of faking a current tutorial for her Florence by Mills skincare vary as her make-up remained fully intact throughout.

Millie posted a (since deleted) skincare tutorial on Instagram, aiming to point out her followers learn how to use a number of the merchandise in her new vary.

She confirmed off her face mist and even claimed to use her Get That Grime facial scrub, however followers have been left confused as it appeared she wasn’t really rubbing something on to her face.



The Stranger Things star, 15, additionally claimed to have washed her face out of shot, however followers weren’t satisfied as her eye make-up actually didn’t budge an inch regardless of all this scrubbing and washing she was claiming to do.

The video was quickly deleted after followers started speculating Millie was simply pretending to make use of her merchandise, and she has but to touch upon why.

Millie not too long ago revealed her Florence by Mills skincare model, which took her two years to develop and is vegan and free from parabens and sulfates and is not examined on animals.

In different movies for Florence by Mills, the actor clearly does use her merchandise, so followers have been left questioning why she selected to fake it this time round.

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Fans claimed there was nothing on Millie’s arms as she rubbed her face (Picture: Twitter)

She’s not the primary star to have pretended to make use of their very own merchandise on digital camera – Shay Mitchell and Kylie Jenner have each been accused of doing the identical previously.

Fans commented: ‘still thinking about that video of millie bobby brown doing a skincare video and putting….absolutely nothing on her face and ….squeezing out…..(seemingly) empty bottles’.

Another added: ‘millie bobby brown acting like she’s placing on face lotions however actually simply rubbing her empty arms on her face isn’t even that humorous however it brings me a lot leisure’.



However others got here to her defence whether or not or not she was faking, writing: ‘For the love of god can we stop making fun of Millie Bobby Brown she is a CHILD (plus 100000x less cringy than any of us were at that age, come off it)’.

Another added: ‘really p**ses me off how twitter feels the need to constantly attack millie bobby brown for everything she does, please find another hobby’.

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