Our Favourite Movies Starring SK-II’s Newest Ambassador, Chloë  Grace Moretz

 No makeup? No problem. SK-II partnered up with one of Hollywood’s youngest bright starlets, Chloë Grace Moretz, for a campaign that’s got us all taking: the #BareSkinProject.

The campaign makes a bold affirmation to the beauty of bare skin. Moretz, who reveals it was a first for the actress to be photographed with no makeup on, says she was a little anxious but confident . “I can’t believe I did it,” she said in a behind-the-scenes film.

The actress was photographed by world-renowned Magnum Photos photographers – Christopher Anderson and Alessandra Sanguinetti.

More so, there was absolutely no skin retouching for her photos, simply the magic of SK-IIs signature Facial Treatment Essence — trust us, this stuff works.

SEE ALSO: Is pollution ruining your skin? 

But enviable skin is not all Moretz has to shout about. Here, we name our top 3 movies she’s starred in for your next movie binge night.


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"Kick-Ass" (2010)

Not just one for kids, this (okay, kiddy) comedy tells the tale of an unnoticed high school student with a knack for comic books. He decides to become a super-hero despite superheroes not existing having no superpowers. Luckily, he has a few friends (insert Moretz) who join in on the quest. Make of it what you will, but the movie also stars Nicholas Cage.

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"Hugo" (2011)

This story takes place in 1930s Paris. It’s about an orphan, Hugo, living in the walls of a train station. He fixes clocks and other gadgets that keep the train station clocks running, a skill picked up from his late father. Set on a mission to find a key that’ll unlock an automaton, he meets Borat a shopkeeper and his adventorous god-daughter, Isabelle, played by Moretz.

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"If I Stay" (2014)

Oh, to be young and contemplate between following your dreams, or the love of your life. But all that changed with a car crash that has Mia Hall, played by Moretz, caught between life and death. Now she must decide on a new future. We’re not doing this movie justice, but it’s a powerful one well worth a watch.


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