Millie Bobby Brown accepts acne as a sign of growing

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“I want to make it a happy place." – Millie Bobby Brown on social media and how she hopes to change things as the youngest ever Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF.
“I want to make it a happy place." – Millie Bobby Brown on social media and how she hopes to change things as the youngest ever Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF.

As a the youngest-ever UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and know for dropping pearls of wisdom, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown approaches the advent of occasional acne on her face a little differently than most.

The 15-year-old says, “I do get the odd pimple. I’ll probably get a pimple tomorrow. I actually love it though; I don’t know why. I think I just appreciate the growing – like I’m growing.”

Being one to not shy away from daring makeup looks she also says that women should feel free to do their makeup however they like because the important thing is creating a look that makes you feel good.

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