Bella Thorne Has a Message for Her High School Bullies - and It's Everything
The actress opens up about her struggle with dyslexia -- and why she won't be trying the DIY face mask trend any time soon
In many ways, Thorne has become a spokesperson for her generation. She's been very vocal about her struggles with dyslexia and bullying. (She was diagnosed as a child and was teased to the point that she had to be home-schooled.)
Most recently, she's been helping Burt's Bees spread the love with their Love Your Nature campaign. "Honestly, I hope I help someone feel more comfortable in their own skin and wake up feeling good about themselves," she says.
Of course beauty is also part of the self-confidence equation, and she shared some advice with us below.
1) TB: What is your daily beauty routine? How do you keep your skin so flawless?
Bella Thorne: Start with a face cleanser, and I try and mix in two serums after I wash my face. I always look to check the ingredients of any product I am using on my skin and make sure they are clean and safe for use. Then I follow through with a moisturizer, SPF and then start the rest of my makeup routine.
2) TB: What are your must-have beauty products?
BT: Obviously, my Burt's Bees Lipstick, and I always need an Evian spray bottle for a light mist to keep my face hydrated.
3) TB: What is one beauty trend you just can't get on board with?
BT: I can't handle the homemade facemasks because I am just too lazy. I'd like to, but that's just never going to happen.
4) TB: What's one beauty trend you love?
BT: I always like to have very bright under-eye powder and extended it for a great highlight.
5) TB: Who are your beauty icons and why?
BT: Blake Lively -- because she always looks very glowy, and I love her strawberry blonde locks. We actually have the same hair colorist!
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