Fifth Harmony Are the Ultimate Beauty Inspirations In New 'Teen Vogue' Shoot

Fifth Harmony Are the Ultimate Beauty Inspirations In New 'Teen Vogue' Shoot

Fifth Harmony go fresh faced and simple in their stunning new photo shoot with Teen Vogue magazine.

The girls — Camila Cabello, Dinah Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Hamilton, and Ally Brooke — opened up about their definitions of beauty, favorite features and their own beauty inspirations. Check it:

Ally on her favorite feature: “It’s weird talking about myself! I don’t want to sound or feel arrogant, you know? But I think it’s extremely important to be confident in yourself and there’s nothing wrong with that. There’s a difference between confidence and arrogance. I really like my legs! My dad and mom have good legs, and I’m just thankful that I’m able to keep ‘em strong!”

Camila on how the group tells each other they’re beautiful: “We spend a lot of time on tour together, so we make each other feel beautiful and lift each other up. Whenever one of us is having a bad day or feeling homesick or reading something on Twitter we don’t like, we cheer each other up and say, ‘Hey, you’re worth a lot more than what that person is saying online,’ or, ‘I know you’re away from your family and here’s a hug to make you feel more at home.’ It’s about being a good friend and listening.”

Dinah on doing her own hair and makeup: “I love doing my hair and makeup on our days off because it’s the perfect time for me to practice on myself, or figure out how to put on a little eyeshadow here or a little eyeliner and lipstick. I just love practicing! When I’m on set, I don’t have the chance to play around. I do have more fun doing my hair…I used to put my hair in a little ponytail like Mariah Carey. It’s fun to me! I enjoy it a lot.”

Lauren on who she finds beautiful: “A person I think is beautiful is my mother. She’s beautiful not just physically, but also spiritually. I love how caring she is and how much she’s concerned about everyone but herself and she’s constantly putting my family first and I think that’s a beautiful thing.”

Normani on learning to love her beauty: “[Something] that’s been a big obstacle [for me] is that I’m African-American, and in the group, I’m the one [who] stands out because I’m darker complected. I find it to be beautiful now and I have security with myself, and I’m in this position to inspire young black girls and boys to do whatever they want despite their skin color. I know you can do anything you put your mind to and the exterior doesn’t matter. You are beautiful.”

Teen Vogue Interview: Dinah Jane Hansen

Teen Vogue Interview: Normani Hamilton

Teen Vogue Interview: Lauren Jauregui

Teen Vogue Interview: Ally Brooke

Teen Vogue Interview: Camila Cabello

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