She can normally do no wrong, but fans have been accusing Millie Bobby Brown of ‘faking’ a recent skincare tutorial.
The ‘Stranger Things’ actress shared a since-deleted video to Instagram aiming to show her followers how to use some of the products in her new Florence by Mills skincare range.
But some fans weren’t convinced the 15-year-old was actually using the products, including a face mist, scrub, wash and moisturiser, as her make-up seemed to remain intact throughout.
millie bobby brown acting like she’s putting on face creams but literally just rubbing her empty hands on her face isn’t even that funny but it brings me so much entertainment pic.twitter.com/CBVyRztqJT
— mari (@nomadthor) September 11, 2019
millie bobby brown can do all the acting job finn wolfhard has done but finn wolfhard cant fake his skin care routine pic.twitter.com/UhP5VheCTX
— 𝗯𝗲𝗻𝗶 • 𝘀𝗮𝘄 𝗰𝗵𝗽𝘁 2 𝘅2 (@tozierly) September 10, 2019
y’all seen that video of Millie Bobby Brown fake using her skincare line? ….it’s worse than Kylie’s video
— bri (@_brixk) September 10, 2019
Others, however, quickly jumped in to defend the actress.
Everyone on social media is quick to attack a young child on how she applies her skin care product. Y’all forget 99% of celebrities are fake as well when photo shop is used to cover there flaws. GET OVER IT PEOPLE! Millie Bobby brown
— Jeanette Cristina (@JeanetteCristi4) September 11, 2019
we’re not hating on millie bobby brown for fake washing her face we’re just not doing that literally what’s the issue it’s fine and not at all hate worthy ok don’t send hate on the internet kids
— eliza (@violetnewsteads) September 11, 2019
really pisses me off how twitter feels the need to constantly attack millie bobby brown for everything she does, please find another hobby
— jessie (@grangerslight) September 11, 2019
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Following the fan confusion the video has been deleted to Instagram, but still remains on YouTube.
Millie recently revealed her Florence by Mills skincare brand, which took her two years to develop and is vegan and free from parabens and sulfates and is not tested on animals.
In other tutorials for the brand, the actor clearly does use her products, so fans were left confused about this latest video.
Millie Bobby Brown certainly isn’t the only one to have been accused of pretending to use their own products on camera.
‘Pretty Little Liars’ actress Shay Mitchell also faced a backlash for a similar make-up removing video.