Georgia May Jagger admits she used to wear so much foundation that she now finds looking at old photos ''terrifying''.
Georgia May Jagger used to wear too much make-up.
The gap-toothed beauty regrets caking on foundation when she was younger and saying looking back on old photos of herself is ''terrifying''.
Recalling her biggest fashion faux-pas, she told France's ELLE magazine: ''Wearing too much foundation when I was younger. When I look back on photos, it's terrifying! And I was going the whole hog with black eyes and red lips - I've since learnt to be more subtle.
''I used to mix clashing prints all the time, like watermelons with leopard print. I'm still crazy about prints, but I wear them more reasonably now.''
The 22-year-old model - who is the daughter of Sir Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall - admits she used to blow all her hard-earned cash on as many clothes as possible before realising she should be investing in qualities purchases.
Georgia said: ''I used to be a shopaholic, but I'm being more careful now. I avoid buying online and try on a piece several times in store before purchasing it. It would be stupid to waste all the money I earn modelling on clothes!
''Otherwise I do what a lot of girls do, mixing statement pieces, basics and vintage clothes that I find wherever I'm working: LA, New York, Sydney, London. I follow trends, but not too literally, I don't want to get bored with what I buy after only six months.''