The model looked amazing at Comic-Con in tapered blue trousers and a knitted crop top...
Cara Delevingne looked amazing at Comic-Con at the weekend, with the model giving her fresh new lob one of its first major outings.
The model turned out to promote Suicide Squad alongside co-star Margot Robbie dressed in tapered blue high-waisted trousers and a navy knitted crop top with baby blue stripes.
Cara’s newly lightened short locks looked super shiny and gorgeous, while she rocked a fierce flick of bright blue eyeliner to top off her modern beauty look.
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But whilst we were staring at the British beauty’s incredible abs, we also caught sight of the skin condition that’s plagued Ms D for years – her psoriasis.
The 23-year-old has suffered from psoriasis since she was younger, and has admitted that it flares up when she’s stressed.
During the height of her modelling career, when she was walking up to 53 shows per Fashion Week, Cara said it was at its worse, and make-up artists would attempt to hide her scabs by covering them in make-up.
‘People would put on gloves and not want to touch me because they thought it was, like, leprosy or something,’ she told The Times.
‘It wasn’t a good time, I was, like, fight and flight for months’, she added. ‘Just constantly on edge. It is a mental thing as well because if you hate yourself and your body and the way you look, it just gets worse and worse.’
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Cara eventually sought help from pal Kate Moss during a particularly bad flare-up during Fashion Week two years ago. ‘Kate saw me before the Louis Vuitton show at 3 a.m., when I was being painted by people to cover the scabs,’ she said. ‘She said, ‘This is horrible! Why is this happening? I need to help you.’ She got me a doctor that afternoon; Kate gives really good advice.’Psoarisis affects up to 7.5 million people around the world, yet the causes are still relatively unknown. For more advice on treatment, check out the NHS website.