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.
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.
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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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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.
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.
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.