Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus Hands Out Beauty Tips
Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus Hands Out Beauty Tips
Many fans of hers may admire her for her talents, but Miley Cyrus is also a celebrity whose style has been followed by many.  The 16-year-old Hannah Montana star recently talked about her opinion on beauty, and how she likes things natural.

On an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Miley Cyrus admitted that the only make-up she can't live without is chapstick.  "I'm like chapstick-obsessed so always have chapstick," she said.  "I hate it when my lips get dry, especially on the plane my lips get terribly dry."

If any Cyrus devotees are hoping to become like their idol, here's what the actress/musician has to say.  "I think just like being natural and having confidence, you know.  When I'm not working I don't like a lot of make-up or being very done up.  I think just be very natural."

She continued: "Chapstick is my main thing but usually I don't wear make-up.  I don't like the way it feels.  I feel like I have a mask.  You can't move."

Speaking of not moving, she's also had her share of being stunned on the spot.  Miley recalls some of the craziest things that fans did for her, which resulted in the Hannah Montana star getting way too appalled.

"There's a lot.  I've been proposed to a few times.  You would freak if you saw some of the signs they make sometimes, big flashing signs."

Despite the shock she's experienced from fanatical admirers, Miley Cyrus eventually got used to it.  "It's crazy but it's pretty cool.  I think they're very creative," she said about the fans.  "It's crazy how creative people get.  I'm like, I don't know if I ever loved a star that much, to go through and buy them a ring and everything."

Now that she's gaining superstar status, Miley Cyrus will definitely be encountering wilder fans.  To relax, she admits that she can't help but enjoy the one thing she's known for.  "Just music.  Just like lying on my bed, listening to music, that's my favourite thing."

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: The Daily Telegraph
(Image Courtesy of Disney)