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Millie Bobby Brown mocked for ‘fake’ skincare tutorial video

Millie Bobby Brown has been broadly praised for her work on “Stranger Things,” however it appears she’s not so convincing relating to skincare tutorials.

To advertise her new Florence by Mills magnificence model, the 15-year-old star shared a video of her nighttime skincare routine, which includes a number of of her line’s merchandise: a face mist, scrub, cleanser, moisturizer and lip oil.

However viewers shortly identified that Brown’s eye make-up stays intact all through the clip, and that she doesn’t seem to really be making use of something to her face in any way.

“I can’t believe she’s literally just dry rubbing her hands together and rubbing her face. Like … is this a prank?” one fan requested on Reddit.

Added one other, “I don’t ever believe that celebs are ever selling us the skin care routine they actually use. But I still expect them to be willing to use it at least once! If you’re not willing to even put it on your face to make a sale, why should anyone else use it for real?”

A third commented chimed in, asking, “WTH was this. Do brands really think we don’t have eyes, like for real?”

Nevertheless it was an apt quote from Brown’s “Stranger Things” character Eleven that earned probably the most upvotes: “Friends don’t lie.”

The video was stripped from Instagram following the backlash, however continues to be up on YouTube.

The teenager actress isn’t the primary star to be mocked for selling her magnificence line in a deceptive method. Kylie Jenner was lately accused of not figuring out how one can wash her face after sharing the same (and clearly filtered) tutorial for her Kylie Pores and skin line on Twitter.

And final 12 months, Shay Mitchell made headlines for a staged Snapchat video selling Bioré’s make-up remover. Within the clip, she pretends to take away her eyeshadow with a cotton pad, however her make-up stays completely in place.

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