Millie Bobby Brown is accused of misleading her fans after filming a video of herself washing her face with her new Florence By Mills skin care line – and unable to remove her eye makeup.
A few weeks after she launched the vegan beauty brand for teenagers, the 15-year-old Stranger Things star shared a video of herself demonstrating her nocturnal skin care routine using the face mist, scrub, face wash, moisturizer and lip oil.
The images seemed innocent enough, but fans soon noticed that after everything was said and done, it seemed as if she still had makeup on her eyes. Some were stunned by the clip, while others insisted that she pretend and never really wash her face.
Under fire: Millie Bobby Brown unveiled her skincare collection last month, and a new video of the actress who used the products had fans claiming she wasn't actually using a product
Mist: social media users wondered why the actress, 15, first used the Zero Chill Face Mist – which she then washed away
Bizarre: the almost two-minute video shows the actress demonstrating her nocturnal skin care routine, but there are several dubious moments like why she misses about her makeup, above
The nearly two-minute video starts with Millie using the Zero Chill Face Mist of the line and it's easy to see her spray it on her face.
However, things take a strange turn when she takes out her Get That Grime Face Scrub to wash her face.
& # 39; I am very excited to use it, because I still feel part of the makeup and I know this will solve it & # 39 ;, she explains.
Millie moves the bottle away from the camera when she squirts it out, and although you can scrub her over her face, it doesn't look like she's wearing anything.
& # 39; This is really just to prevent me from getting a pimple tomorrow & # 39 ;, she says. & # 39; I don't usually wear makeup when I'm not working, but today I'm working, so you should look somewhat presentable. & # 39;
When she rubs her hands together between applying the scrub on her face, there is no product residue left.
If that is not suspicious enough, she will stop recording the video before washing her face. When the video resumes, her skin is completely dry and her eye makeup is still intact.
Clean hands: Eagle-eyed commentators noted that no product was squeezed into her hands while showing herself with the Clean Magic Face Wash
Air: Millie claims to use her Get That Grime Face Scrub, but fans are confused when it looks like there is no product on her hands while she scrubs her face & # 39;
Suds: People also wondered why no foam or soapy water was visible when the actress applied the face wash, left and right, to her face that looked bone dry
The star returns to the camera to demonstrate how she will use the Clean Magic Face Wash of the line and says & # 39; You feel better right away & # 39; after use.
Again, there appears to be no foam or any evidence of the cleanser on her face and her eyeliner stays in place before she stops filming to wash the & # 39;
Star: Millie Bobby Brown was only eleven years old when she was cast in Netflix's Stranger Things
As Millie goes through the routine, she claims to apply the Dreamy Dew Moisturizer before ending with the Glow Yeah Lip Oil.
The glossy lip product appears to be used for the final step.
The nearly two-minute video appears to have been removed from Instagram on Tuesday BuzzFeed News, but it is still available on YouTube.
In the comments section under the clip, YouTube commentators are furious.
The top commentary goes into the details of the routine and calls on the actress because she has not done a realistic demonstration.
& # 39; The fog is all she has actually used! This girl actually just spent (two) minutes rubbing her face with her bare hands, & read the comment.
& # 39; Notice how she never showed us the product on her hands and had to tell us "ok, I use it now" for every product?
& # 39; Her skin has never changed when she used any product & # 39; applied & # 39 ;. There was no visible product on the face. There was no gloss from being wet or from applying a clear product.
Suspicious: Millie would make the video even more doubtful and pause the video to & # 39; wash her face & # 39; but came back twice with her eye makeup still intact
Last step: Millie shows fans the Dreamy Dew Moisturizer and claims that her hands are smooth, but fans are skeptical again because it doesn't seem like anything is being applied to her face
Last but not least: the Stranger Things star uses its Glow Yeah Lip Oil, which is actually distributed unlike the other products
& # 39; They & # 39; washed her face without even getting it wet. She also touched her hair and tucked it behind her ears while she had so-called product on her hands that we all know nobody would do.
& # 39; And will everyone just ignore that she still has eye make-up? I mean, s ** t, if you are going to pretend to use your own products to get the results that others actually give you (which is sketch, start with it) at least be prepared to bite the bullet and use them once for us, the post continued.
& # 39; Really? Is nobody going to comment that she literally did not use the product? LoL, & # 39; another user said.
Others wondered why Millie would first apply the face fog and then wash it off.
& # 39; I am convinced (you) are selling air in cute purple bottles, & # 39; another asked.
A bewildered user asked: & wait, there's nothing on her face ???? What does she use ?? Air ???? & # 39;
& # 39; I felt like I was playing beauty salon with my two-year-old niece (as if I was using products). Have you placed the product in your hand, & threw another comment.
Slammed: Fans were not happy with the clip and called the actress in the comments on YouTube
Users also referred to Shay Mitchell and Kendall Jenner, two stars who have both come under fire for questionable instructional videos for products for which they are paid.
Shay, 32, was paralyzed last September for a Snapchat video that seemed to be a badly staged ad.
In the clip, the Bioré ambassador pretended to use the brand's cleansing micellar water for her eye makeup, although her heavy black lining and mascara were still largely present afterwards.
She also filmed the video with a Snapchat beauty filter that changed her appearance, making fans even more confused.
In June, Kendall, 23, was also criticized for uploading an advertisement for Proactiv, a skin care brand for which she is an ambassador.
In the video, the model seems to wash her face for only about 10 seconds.
& # 39; Who washes their face so quickly? What makes it clean, & # 39; one social media user slammed shut – while another just closed the routine & # 39; useless & # 39;
The reality star was also slammed because he let the tap run off the sink during the video, with commentators telling the brunette & # 39; turn off the water! & # 39;
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