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Lady Gaga advises women to hide flaws

Lady Gaga advises women to "draw over" anything they don't like on their faces.

The singer started a Body Revolution movement on her website after she was widely criticised for putting on weight. She is using the initiative to show women they need to make the most of how they look; which is where her make-up tips come in.

"Sit in front of the mirror with all of the paints and colours and wigs that you have at your disposal, and just have a real talk with yourself. 'What do I not like about me?' And then, peer into the mirror - and just f**king draw right over it because that's what make-up is here for," she told Stylist magazine. "We're not all perfect - it's meant to be fun so we can bond as women, and say, 'You know, what? We don't all feel perfect, but did you try that lipstick? It's divine.'"

Gaga is open about putting on 30lbs. recently but has also opened up about her battle with eating disorders. She feels happy with her appearance and looks to other stars for inspiration if she ever starts feeling down.

"Adele is bigger than me, how come nobody says anything about it? She's so wonderful and I think her confidence is something I have to match. She has set the bar very high for a lot of woman. I need to be a confident woman and just say politically active things when I can that are helpful to young people," she said.

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