lifetimeis4u (lifetimeis4u) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,

Has Emma Watson's complexion lost a little of its magic?

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Emma Watson may be the new face of beauty and skincare giant Lancome and hailed as the ‘icon of her generation’.

But the actress showed she wasn’t immune to the irritations faced by most other 20-year-olds.

The star suffered an untimely break-out of spots only a few days after it was announced that she is taking over from Julia Roberts as the face of Lancome.

Miss Watson is usually known for her flawless skin but it may be that her hectic work schedule is taking its toll.

She revealed her new multi-million-pound deal with the skincare giant through a series of clues on her Twitter micro-blogging site.

The campaign, which will be shown on television and feature on billboards, has been shot by Mario Testino.
Face of a generation: Miss Watson as she usually looks when photographers are around

Face of a generation: Miss Watson as she usually looks when photographers are around

The Harry Potter actress also revealed that she is turning her hand to fashion design and is launching an eco-friendly collection with Italian designer Alberta Ferretti. Her range is called Pure Threads by Emma Watson.

She has also been on a whirlwind publicity tour to promote the final instalment of the Harry Potter film franchise.

She recently admitted that her hectic work schedule had taken its toll on her academic life.

The star issued a statement on her website revealing that she is postponing her studies at Brown university in Rhode Island to focus on her career.

She said: ‘I've decided to take a bit of time off to completely finish my work on Harry Potter [the last one comes out this summer] and to focus on my other professional and acting projects.

'I will still be working towards my degree... it’s just going to take me a semester or two longer than I thought.

'As you know, I love Brown and I love studying pretty much more than anything but recently I've had so much to juggle that being a student AND fulfilling my other commitments has become a little impossible.'

Miss Watson admitted that she struggled with bad skin during the early years of working on the Harry Potter films, in which she plays Hermione Granger.

She said that she developed spots but was left in agony by the treatment a dermatologist recommended.

She said in a recent interview: ‘The dermatologist gave me something that burnt the skin off my face. It was terrible. They couldn't hold filming; we just had to put more make-up on, which made it really sore.’
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