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Sarah Hyland's make-up blunder

Published 10/11/2015

Sarah Hyland
Sarah Hyland

Actress Sarah Hyland has joked her co-star Sofía Vergara has the power to make or break her confidence on the Modern Family set.

Modern Family star Sarah Hyland was left deflated when her co-star Sofía Vergara asked if she was wearing any make-up just moments after she'd had it done.

The two brunette beauties star alongside each other on the popular ABC show and are both known for their glam looks. But it seems Sarah was having a bit of an off day when she came out of the costume department during shooting recently.

"There's nothing that makes you feel as confident in the morning than when @SofiaVergara asks if you gone thru hair&makeup yet. When you did (sic)," she joked with her followers on Twitter.

It's rare for Sarah's make-up not to be on point, and the star looked beautiful at the amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles in October (15). With a dusky pink dress and dark red lips, the 24-year-old oozed sex appeal, but despite all these glam red-carpet appearances, she likes to keep it low-key when she's off duty.

"Do you ever go through jean phases? I am. Like these pair of jeans are the only pair that look good on me right now. Tell me it's a thing," she also queried on Twitter.

Luckily Sarah has the confidence to pull off any look she likes and she urges other girls to feel just as happy in their own skin. "You know, every woman has issues with her body," she previously reasoned to "I'm sure Adriana Lima has something she doesn't like, which is ridiculous! But it's just how women are. It's one of those things where you have to love yourself for who you are; as long as you're healthy, that's all that matters.

"Girls deal with pressure differently. Some days I'm depressed, and other days I'm completely fine. The only advice I have for young women is to cherish the body you have now; when I was 18, I don't think I did."

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