She often cuts a very glamorous figure on many a red carpet.
And Chloe Grace Moretz proved that she can nail off-duty chic just as well as she made a make-up free appearance as she touched down in Newark airport, New York on Thursday.
The actress, 22, looked radiant as she made her way through the terminal alongside brother Trevor Duke Moretz, 32.
Dressed down in a long navy coat, Chloe looked stylish as she teamed her outerwear with navy leggings and black ankle boots.
The Greta actress slung a sleek Louis Vuitton rucksack over her shoulder as she juggled other items including her laptop and mobile phone.
Chloe left her blonde tresses to hang loosely on her shoulders, while she ditched the make-up and let her natural beauty shine through.
She looked happy and relaxed as she made her way through the airport alongside her actor brother Trevor.
Chloe’s outing comes after she reveals she was previously warned to not be too ‘outspoken’ when talking about negative issues.
Opening up to The Guardian newspaper, she said: ‘Now, everyone says it’s cool to be woke.
‘When I was doing it before, people were like: “You’re crazy. You’re going lose your career over this. You’re so outspoken”.’
Referring to previous unreported incidents of negative behaviour, she added: ‘everyone, truly everyone, was calling my publicist, calling my manager and my agent, being like: “Chloe should not speak so much. She needs to keep it more buttoned up”.’
Chloe went on to say that it was ‘studio stuff and producers’ who made the decision, but added that it wasn’t necessarily men, which she says was ‘crazier and kind of sad.’
Kick-Ass actress star Chloe recently opened up about the opportunities she’s had due to growing up in the public eye.
Speaking to ET Online, she said: ‘It’s been like, 13 years now, and I think the biggest thing is trying to outweigh the pros with the cons.
She continued: ‘As many things that there’s been with being in the spotlight, I’ve also had the ability to have a really wonderful platform, and now a massive breath of fans that have grown with me and that I feel like I know personally in a lot of ways.
‘That is a massive opportunity, and to also kind of jump out of film and use it in my human rights activism and going to the more political side of it, has been a massive coup for me.’