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Shay Mitchell proud of brows

Published 15/06/2015

Shay Mitchell and Zendaya
Shay Mitchell and Zendaya

Shay Mitchell and Zendaya brought high fashion to the Children Mending Hearts charity event yesterday.

The two actresses were invited to attend a fundraiser for charity Children Mending Hearts in Malibu yesterday.

Both looked stunning at the event, with eyebrows preened to perfection by celebrity make-up artist Kelley Baker. Zendaya posted a snap of herself laughing with Shay, joking that they were discussing how great their beauty look was.

"Discussing our brow game @shaymitch @KelleyBakerBrow (sic)," she captioned the shot.

The stars didn't just concentrate on their brows though and also went all out with their dresses. Shay, 28, opted for a white wide-legged jumpsuit with a draped top, while 18-year-old Zendaya wore a striped maxi shirt dress.

Both girls were feted by the charity for all the work they've put in to support the cause.

"So honored to be recognized alongside this beautiful girl @zendaya at today's event for @childrenmendinghearts ! Going to sleep with a big smile on my face knowing that it's organizations like this one, that encourage youth from all walks of life to be agents of change... (sic)," Shay posted on Instagram.

Also at the event was Shay's Pretty Little Liars co-star Lucy Hale, who was celebrating her 26th birthday.

The actress looked gorgeous in a floaty pink gypsy-style dress with delicate white stitching.

"HAPPY BIRTHDAY @lucyhale! Thank you so much for coming out on your day to support me and this amazing organization, it means the world. #EmpathyRocks @childrenmendinghearts (sic)," Shay thanked her close friend on Instagram.

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