Scrolling through her ‘gram at first glance, you’ll find yourself submerged in the many different faces of Millie Bobby Brown. And while known for her fierce, psychokinetic prowess on Netflix’s hit series, “Stranger Things”, Brown’s photos reveal she is also a positive force to be reckoned with off-screen. See how she uses her voice—to fearlessly express herself on social media, in true #TeamGalaxy spirit.
Despite her youth, Brown isn’t afraid of using her voice to speak out when it’s important – namely through posts of campaigns that support causes dear to her heart. As the youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, Brown owns her responsibilities as a role model. “I know I have a voice and I want to use it wisely,” says Brown. “If I ever get overwhelmed, I remember how many young people don’t have the same opportunity as I do to share their voice. It really puts things into perspective.”
“I know I have a voice and I want to use it wisely."
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Whether she’s recording heartfelt messages for her fans or silly karaoke showdowns with friends on her phone, Brown’s videos show a relatable, unfiltered life behind-the-scenes. “Social media can be such a great platform for self-expression, and I think certain filters can sometimes enhance that. That being said, I love to show my unfiltered, authentic self because I believe self-love is so important.”
According to Brown, makeup is “one hundred percent about self-expression” – which shines through her Instagram Live makeup tutorials of achievable DIY looks. Though her daily makeup routine is minimal, she has fun experimenting with different looks. “I think as young people, we go through a phase of using makeup to cover up or fit in, but when you learn to love yourself you start using makeup to experiment with your identity and express different sides of your personality in a really fun way,” explains Brown. “One day you might feel like wearing a strong, powerful look or going really fresh-faced and neutral, while another day you might feel like getting all glammed up or doing big ‘80s statement makeup.”
Being in the public eye comes with its own challenges – like haters who call her out whenever she posts controversial opinions, clothing choices, and even friendships. Brown’s stance? Use negativity as positivity fuel: “I have dealt with a lot of bullying and scrutiny online. If anything, it inspires me to use my platform to spread even more love and positivity. My followers know that I’m human just like them. I get pimples, I make mistakes, I can be silly or tired, and I can get upset. Being all of those things is okay. If you love yourself for who you are, you have love for others and that’s what matters most.”
“If you love yourself for who you are, you have love for others and that’s what matters most.”
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