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Bella Thorne opened up about how she feels stereotyped as a 'wild child' because of her cystic acne
Business Insider4/13/2018 3:36:22 PM

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  • In a recent interview, Bella Thorne opened up about how she feels stereotyped because of her cystic acne.
  • The actress believes that the media portrays her as an "extreme partier" because of how tired her skin makes her look without makeup.
  • Thorne stated that she always feels obligated to leave the house with makeup on because of the constant paparazzi ready to take pictures.

Whether she’s Snapchatting herself with zit cream or zooming into her pimples for her millions of followers, Bella Thorne has always been open and honest about her life-long struggle with cystic acne. But that doesn’t mean that she isn’t a fan of makeup to cover her acne when goes out in public, especially when she knows that there are paparazzi and tabloids waiting around the corner to snap a photo of her blemished face and label her as a “wild child.”

In her new mini-documentary for "Vogue," "Inside the life of Bella Thorne," the 20-year-old actress opened up about how she is often stereotyped for partying too much because of her cystic acne. In one part, before Thorne leaves her house to take a driving lesson, she groaned about how she doesn’t want to put makeup on, but she felt inclined to because of the paparazzi who wait outside her house every day “I need to something with my face. I don’t want to put makeup on, but I look so tired,” she said.

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