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'That’s not to say I don’t still have a lot of fun with hair and makeup looks.I just think I’ve found my identity and stuff I can play with instead of feeling like I had to fit into a box that I didn’t quite fit into.'She recommends for other women who need a boost to feel the same way just get out there and take more chances.
' but that's the only way to find 'where you’re going to shine'.
These days, she stays away from coffee, sips on green tea, and generally keeps hydrated.
She also makes sure never to sleep in make-up, and to exfoliate every day to keep her 'small pores' and 'very oily skin' clear.
But her best beauty tip ever came from former Gucci creative director Frida Giannini, who once told her that the trick to good skin is to 'release stress and relax', because stress can wreck havoc on your skin.
'I grew up being told there was only one way to be beautiful, which was very tall, curvy, tan, and blonde,' she told Yahoo! 'I never really fit that — I was flat-chested and lanky and had braces.
I was very pale and got made fun of and called anorexic and Casper.' Evan explained that it took several years in the industry — she started acting at age seven and starred in the film Thirteen at 16 — for her to realize that someone with her features could be beautiful, too.'Once I got older and I met people who didn’t care about that stuff and thought I was beautiful the way I was, I was kind of shocked,' she said.
'You just have to stay true to who you are and you’ll attract people of like minds.Now I think it’s just about confidence, when someone walks into a room and really just owns themselves and isn’t there for anybody else’s approval.That’s just the sexiest thing ever.''She’s that perfect mixture.She’s fierce but she’s ethereal, and I think she’s such a bada**, but she’s also this flowy goddess figure almost otherworldly,' she said. I feel a kinship.' That isn't to say that finding her confidence was permanent.'I love how she dresses and owns herself and has never really conformed. Like most people, she admitted, she has struggled on and off with how she looks over the years, and said it it would be 'impossible' to have a positive body image 100 per cent of the time.'It’s actually made me feel more comfortable in my own skin, because it empowered me in a way that made me care less about…I had less to prove,' she said.'There’s so much inside of me and so much I’ve done and am proud of that I’m less worried about this outer appearance.