Millie Bobby Brown uses social media as inspo for the product development of her beauty line

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Stranger Things star, Millie Bobby Brown, launched Florence by Mills in 2019 and she’s excited about what the future holds for the range, explaining she likes to go online to find new trends in makeup and skincare.

“The reaction has been amazing, and fans have really understood the message behind it, which is to be true to who you are - don’t cover up anything,” she told British Vogue.

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“There are more products coming and we have product development meetings about what we’re going to do next. With Florence, we like to scour social media to find new trends because the makeup and skincare realm is always evolving,” she adds. 

“It's very important to me. It's very humid outside so my skin is my everything right now [laughs]. I give myself facials once a week, do face masks, chill out and watch reality TV with my mum,” Millie says.

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When the star was asked if she’d ever see herself working behind the scenes, she responded by saying, “Absolutely. I’ve grown up in the public eye and, at times, it can be very challenging. As I’m working and doing what I love, I’m still finding myself, so having lots of people watch and criticise that can be overwhelming.

"But this experience changed my perspective. It helped me to not be afraid. This film gave me the strength to say: 'I’m putting myself first in every situation',” she concludes.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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