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Lea Michele waxes off her moustache in online video

Published 09/08/2016

Lea Michele
Lea Michele

The Glee star turns to red wine and reality TV when she's feeling a little low.

Actress Lea Michele took hair removal to another level in a revealing Snapchat video on Sunday (07Aug16).

The Scream Queens star waxed off her moustache on the social media platform and she managed to pull out the follicles during the painful procedure with a huge smile on her face.

While an unidentified woman applied the wax to the fuzz above her upper lip, the gorgeous brunette narrated the ordeal, looking into the camera she stated, “This is real beauty, you guys," before joking, "This is what happens when you’re half Jewish, half Italian,” referring to her ethnic heritage.

Lea Michele has absolutely no shame about her physical imperfections and in the new September (16) issue of Women's Health UK magazine, the former Glee actress discussed how she is actually empowered by her flaws.

"I'm not perfect. I'm not trying to represent myself as being some perfect girl, but I love myself, flaws and all. Everyone has their own things, and I have my own list," she said. "Right now, I feel physically in my best shape, and emotionally in my best place."

However, Lea confessed she's not always upbeat about her looks.

"I have down days," she admitted. "I accept those days as much as the happy ones."

But when she's looking to lift her spirits, eating comfort food and drinking alcohol seem to do the trick.

"(I just) make some macaroni cheese, call my mum, pour a glass of red wine and watch some reality television," she shared. "There's nothing that can't fix."

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