The star has continuously opened up to her fans about her struggles with body image, but predominately how she suffered from horrible cystic acne.
"I developed slight body dysmorphia--when I would break out, I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror for a couple of months at a time," she said. "I remember doing my makeup before school in the dark, which is an awful idea, but it’s because I didn’t want to see myself in that bright light."
"I have cystic acne and sometimes when I have a breakout it triggers me back to that time when I was a teen and I feel so self-conscious—like the whole world is looking at my bad skin. I’ve definitely not gone out of the house because of a breakout, which is horrible."
It makes us wonder what Lili was like when she was in high school. Well, she was honest about that too.
"I kinda had a stick up my ass, to be honest!" she said. "People thought I was bitchy because I wasn’t really trying to socialise or make too many friends, or step outside my comfort zone. But that was because I had social anxiety, which made me uncomfortable and a little withdrawn. People interpreted that as me sticking my nose up to them, which looking back on it, I understand. But it was definitely not the case.
"Going back, I wish I could have been in the moment a little bit more. I can’t change it, but hindsight definitely makes me appreciative of the moment now—even if it’s hard, or exhausting, it’s all a part of the experience."