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Chloe Grace Moretz learns from other people's beauty mistakes

Published 24/10/2016

Chloe Grace Moretz
Chloe Grace Moretz

Chloe Grace Moretz slammed photo-editing apps for causing people to have fake expectations of beauty.

Chloe Grace Moretz picks up beauty tips from other people's mishaps.

The 19-year-old actress is famous for her thick but neat eyebrows, putting her up there with stars like Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins. It seems resistance is the key to Chloe's look, as she admits seeing others suffer disasters has put her off letting anyone her brows.

“Over the years, make-up artists have wanted to pluck my eyebrows, but I wouldn’t let them touch them, because I’ve learned from others’ mistakes,” she told Allure.

Another of Chloe’s most enviable features is her long blonde blocks, which she often wears loose and wavy. Her key to maintaining the style is curling her tresses then sleeping on them, and she rarely washes her hair as she likes to encourage her “natural oils” to seep through.

Her love of oil doesn’t stop there though as she previously revealed she washes her face using olive oil, which she uses alongside treatment Accutane to helps tackle her cystic acne.

Exercise aids in keeping her skin clear too, with the Carrie star listing her go-to workout plans.

“SoulCycle, Pilates, and high-intensity interval training are my form of relaxation,” she smiled. “Working out is my chance to be by myself and do my own thing and get my energy out, and it keeps my mind pretty clear.”

Chloe doesn’t believe people should feel pressured into changing their looks though and when it comes to taking the perfect selfie, she recommends individuals identify an angle, light and reach that works best for them. Photo-editing apps, in her opinion, are just a way to cover up true appearances and lead people to feeling inadequate when comparing themselves.

“You go on these apps and make yourself almost perfect, but it’s fake and leads to unrealistic expectations,” she sighed.

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