Yara Shahidi has to bring her own makeup kit with her when she is on set because some beauty artists don’t carry inclusive shades that can be used on a wide range of skin tones and colors.
The Iranian American beauty went on to admit that her day-to-day style consists of “not showing” much skin because she likes her wardrobe looks to make a “statement.”
She added: “By not showing skin, I’m making a statement. My clothes need to have movement. For me, fashion is all about joy.”
The “Black-ish” star previously revealed that before she knew about brow gels that were on the market, she would use her daily mascara to give her face a touch-up and keep any stray hairs in place.
Speaking in a beauty tutorial, she said: “Before I learned that people make products for brows, I used to just put mascara on my brows.
“I always say my beauty icons are, of course, my momma and my nanna. They were the first representations I had of what beauty means to me. I have a binder on my phone just called aesthetic where I just save photos that inspire me.”