‘Eczema but make it a shadow!’ Elle Fanning openly shared makeup as fans praised her


‘Eczema but make it an eye shadow!’ Elle Fanning openly shared makeup-free photos on social media praising fans for showing ‘real normal skin’

Elle Fanning was praised by fans on Monday night, when she shared a candid makeup-free photo showing her eczema.

Maleficent star, 22, took to Instagram to post three different selfies of her face with the swapback of her blonde and used no filters.

Elle captioned the photos with: ‘Eczema but make it an eye shadow.’

Praise: Elle Fanning was praised by fans on Monday night, when she shared candidly makeup-free photos showing her eczema

Eczema is a condition that causes itchy, red, dry, and cracked skin. Some people only have small patches of dry skin, but others may experience widespread inflammation.

The 4.8 million followers of the All Bright Places star were set to praise the actress for her candid photos and praised her for showing ‘real normal skin’ on social media.

One person said: ‘Thank you for not using like a dozen filters, it feels great seeing real normal skin texture on this app and it makes me feel good about myself.’

The Malefic star, 22, captioned the photo with: 'Eczema but make it an eye shadow.'

The Malefic star, 22, captioned the photo with: ‘Eczema but make it an eye shadow.’

Keeping it real: Elle took to Instagram to post three different selfies with her blonde locks on her face and didn't use any filters

Keeping it real: Elle took her with blonde locks to post three different selfies of her face on Instagram and used no filters

Candidate: Eczema is a condition that causes itchy, red, dry, and cracked skin.  Some people only have small patches of dry skin, but others may experience widespread inflammation.

Candidate: Eczema is a condition that causes itchy, red, dry, and cracked skin. Some people only have small patches of dry skin, but others may experience widespread inflammation.

A different person said: ‘Thanks for posting this! I struggle with eczema and it hurts my self-esteem. It is so refreshing to see public figures without filters and makeup to show that we are all human. ‘

Another follower commented: ‘Thanks for posting this Ellie, which you have no idea. I have struggled with eczema on my hands and for the past decade and so on recently on my face and twice on my eyelids.

‘Thanks for being weak and for posting this and making people like us feel a little better, bc I really don’t feel seen and don’t feel ashamed to talk about it.’

Support: Eli Gwendoline Christie was supported by her celebrity friend with a kiss emoji and Rachel Brosnahan writing postings: 'I Saw Feeling.'

Support: Eli Gwendoline Christie was supported by her celebrity friend with a kiss emoji and Rachel Brosnahan writing postings: ‘I Saw Feeling.’

Appreciation: The All Bright Places star's 4.8 million followers were also quick to praise the actress for her candid photos and praised her for showing 'real normal skin' on social media.

Appreciation: The All Bright Places star’s 4.8 million followers were also quick to praise the actress for her candid photos and praised her for showing ‘real normal skin’ on social media.

While a different account said: ‘I think so. I also have eczema and I apply it on my eyelids. ‘

What is ECZEMA?

Eczema is a condition that causes itchy, red, dry, and cracked skin.

Atopic eczema is more common in children, often developing before their first birthday. However, it may also develop for the first time in adults.

The skin becomes itchy, dry, chapped, sore and red due to eczema. Some people only have small patches of dry skin, but others may experience extensive red, inflamed skin throughout the body.

From NHS UK

Eli was also supported by her celebrity friend Gwendoline Christie posting a kiss emoji and writing Rachel Brosnahan: ‘I Saw Feeling.’

Eczema is an inflammatory condition of the skin that leads to redness, blisters, oozing, scaling, and thickening.

The cause of eczema is not fully understood, but it can flare up with stress, changing weather, allergies, illness, or dry skin.

Patients should avoid known triggers for flare ups and use emollients.

Elle and her sister Dakota Fanning are starring in an upcoming film called The Nightingale, in which they will play the iconic sister who minimized life hazards in Vichy, France during World War II.

Although it was originally slated for release this year, the coronovirus epidemic has bumped it up to December 2021.

The director is French film star Melanie Laurent, who starred in Quentin Tarantino’s 2009 film Inglouri Bustards.

This is also not the first time Elle has worked with her sister – she made her film debut in 2001 as a younger version of Dakota’s character in I Am Sam.

She can also be seen in a string of paranormal nemesis on her new dark comic Hulu show The Great, which she takes on as Russian Queen Katherine II.

The series was produced by Tolly McNamara, who co-authored the similarly acid-toed historical comedy The Favorite, who in part thought of Elle.

Thriller: Ellie can be seen on her new dark comic Hulu show The Great in a string of paranormal detachments that she takes on as Russian Queen Katherine II (pictured in 2019)

Thriller: Ellie can be seen on her new dark comic Hulu show The Great in a string of paranormal detachments that she takes on as Russian Queen Katherine II (pictured in 2019)

Best Friends: Elle and her sister Dakota Fanning are also starring in an upcoming film called The Nightingale, in which they will play the iconic sister portraying life threats in Vichy, France during World War II ( Pictured this month)

Best Friends: Elle and her sister Dakota Fanning are also starring in an upcoming film called The Nightingale, in which they will play the iconic sister who understood the dangers of life in Vichy, France during World War II ( Already featured this month)

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