On Instagram, Chloe posted on her story some brilliant info & tips on self-care by sharing some of the pages from Living With Joy: Keys to Personal Power and Spiritual Transformation. She captioned the photos suggesting that everyone take 15 minutes out of their day by saying
Everyone should take 15 minutes and try this out today
She specifically shared pages from the chapter called “Changing the Negative Into the Positive” which provides advice on fully focusing on happy thoughts and things by looking at something or someone you are critical/judgmental of, reflect inwardly on whether you’ve ever done the same thing you’re criticizing someone/the something else for, then try and look at it from that persons’ perspective, and have a newly found positive outlook on that opinion.
Chloe is no stranger to tattoo’s as she already has around 5. So, could this be her sixth?
A photo by Chloe’s go-to tattooist, “Jonboy” was uploaded & posted to his Instagram account @jonboytattoo just under a day ago.
To stack up more evidence to prove that this is in fact Chloe, the photo was also uploaded to a few Chloe fan media sites which leaves us to believe that it is Chloe.
The tattoo appears to be a small, subtle outline of a classic movie camera behind her right ear, which could most definitely symbolize her amazing movie career, as well as her love & passion for acting.
A photo by Chloe’s go-to tattoo guy was posted to his Instagram @jonboytattoo
Actress Chloe Moretz says she can play around with her character by experimenting with different scents.
“What I think is beautiful about the Coach fragrance is that is really… I started realising fragrance is another way to express another part of who am I and play around with myself,” Moretz told people.com.
“It’s the same with fashion and with beauty. You can play around with the masks and veils you wear and figure out pieces and parts of you through that,” she added.
The ‘The 5th wave’ actress shared that she always feels nostalgic when she gets a hint of her grandmother’s fragrance.
“My first fragrance that I was around was my grandmother’s, and I remember being a baby, and now every time I smell it as an adult, it brings up so much scent memory, it was beautiful,” she said.