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Zoey Deutch’s Makeup Guide for Acne-Prone Skin | Beauty Secrets | Vogue

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Zoey Deutch reveals her acne-prone skin care routine, and how she gets her eyes that perfect shade of peachy-pink.

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    1. C

      Many celebrities get chemical peels and laser on their face to get rid of scars. Her skincare routine probably helped keep the acne away. She might have also been using prescribed creams (tretinoin) or medication (like birth control) that she obviously can’t show here because you need prescriptions for them.

    1. Shambhavi Sharma

      Since everybody seems to be fighting about race and representation here, let me make up a list of people I look up to regardless of race or any prejudice (no one is ideal) – Zendaya, Emma Watson, Zoey, Michelle Obama, Tracy Ellis, Sophie Turner Jonas?, Emilia Clark, Saoirse Ronan, Selena Gomez, Makenna Grace, Sabrina Carpenter, Blake Lively, Amy Adams, Miley Cyrus, Jessica Chastain,Halsey (Ashley Nicolette Frangipane), Helena Bonham Carter, Janelle Monet, Taraji, Constance Wu, Scarlett Johanson, Yara Shahidi , Taylor Swift, Sandra Oh, Jameela Jamil, Emily Blunt, Normani, Dove Cameron, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Rekha, Linh Truong (YT), Ashley and Amber Alexander (YT). These are ones that I came up with, I’ll add more, you can too.

  1. Annamarie Sieberns

    I like how it seems like she really just likes whatever brand that she likes, whether it’s five dollars or $50 she doesn’t pretend like whatever it is she is into is what she wants.

    1. Elizabeth

      Jihan N Susan Yara mentioned in one of her videos that the Korean skincare trend was actually a marketing tool originating in the US to get us to buy more product. She said in Korea their skin care routines are not excessive as we are taught to believe. Dermatologists also do not recommend excessive skin care routines.

    2. M Elizabeth

      My mum has more mature skin, so she uses a lot more oils/creams/serums than I would but she still doesn’t do loads of steps and her skin is really nice. I think what helps as well is she actually keeps up with it, I’ve been falling off due to corona and my skin feels like dry sand with pimples on it. I even get pimples IN my eyebrows 🙁

    3. Slender Man

      Ella Carroll i do a 45 minute skin care routine every day. I guess it just depends on who you are, I don’t really get time to relax after my day because after my day I’m helping my father with his day lol, so I get up 2 hours early and really take my time waking up and enjoying my routine. I don’t wear make up often though, save maybe some eyebrow gel and mascara, unless it’s for a date haha. Everyone’s different, I couldn’t imagine every single person doing what I do. I don’t do it when I’m sick, I doubt I could do it if I had kids, I couldn’t do it before getting a career cus I spend about 250-500 dollars a month on it and that would be a significant percentage of my Over all income as a 20 year old. To each his own, some people like crack some people like skin care🤷🏽‍♀️

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