Camila Mendes Reveals Secret to Her Stunning Eyebrows
InStyle Magazine

In a new interview, the 'Do Revenge' star, who is also known for her role as Veronica Lodge on 'Riverdale', details her daily routine of how she keeps her eyebrows looking so enviable.

AceShowbiz - Camila Mendes plucks her eyebrows every day. In a new interview, the "Do Revenge" star detailed her daily routine of how she keeps her eyebrows looking so enviable.

"Every day that I go to hair and makeup, I have to sit in front of a mirror with a pair of tweezers and pluck. Every day. There's not a single day that I don't. There's a downside to having full eyebrows. It's not like it's just perfect right here and no hair anywhere else. No, I pay the price," te 28-year-old actress told InStyle magazine.

The actress said the battle to get rid of it is something she has fought her "entire life." She shared, "It's just genetics, I've got to say. I was born with a unibrow that I was trying to get rid of my entire life."

The "Riverdale" star also talked about her co-stars Madelaine Petsch and Lili Reinhart on the teen drama loosely based on the Archie Comic, which debuted on the CW in 2017 and has run for five seasons. Calling them her "sisters," Camila gushed, "They're like my sisters - we've all seen parts of each other that no one else has seen."

She continued, "It's like family - you don't choose them. Maybe these aren't people that I would've been friends with had I just met them once at a party, but we're bonded by this experience. I fought with every one of these girls. We’ve had drama, we've had disagreements, we've cried, we’ve made up. We've been through a lot together and we’ve leaned on each other in those moments."

Camila says working on "Riverdale" has learnt to become "proud" of her acting chops despite often worrying she was "a f**king terrible actor." She divulged, "There were so many days on 'Riverdale' where I came home being like, 'I'm a f**king terrible actor. And then, the next day, I would show up and I'd be better, and I'd be like, 'Oh my god, I'm so proud of the work I did today.' You really get to see yourself [on a consistent network show] and there are lessons I've learned from that."

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