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    We Really Need To Talk About How Zendaya Is On The Cover Of The Fashion Bible

    The 20-year-old actress talks her upcoming role in Spider-Man: Homecoming, and how she demanded Disney execs change her "whack" show name.

    Zendaya Coleman–actress, designer, and recipient of Rihanna's Nod for Slaying TF Outta The Met Gala Red Carpet award—just added another receipt to her long list of wins.

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    The 20-year-old star is on the cover of Vogue's July issue, and she is serving FACE!

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    Perfect brows + smokey eye + minimal foundation bc flawless + parted lips so y'all can see my perfectly white two front teeth = FAAAAAACE 😍!

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    You should also know that the cover girl is actually wearing CoverGirl, the major cosmetics brand to which she's an ambassador, and her look is super affordable.

    Here's everything she has on her face:

    * Vitalist Healthy Elixir in Golden Tan, $9.99

    * TruBlend Blush in Light Rose, $7.49

    * TruNaked Eyeshadow Palette in Nudes, $11.99

    * Perfect Point Plus in Black Onyx, $4.39

    * Total Tease Mascara in Very Black, $14.99

    * Easy Breezy Brow Kit in Rich Brown, $11.99

    * Melting Pout Gel Liquid Lipstick in Gelebrity, $7.99

    Inside the issue, the actress who will star in her first feature film Spider-Man: Homecoming this summer gets candid about her career, recalling the time she demanded that Disney execs change her show from its original name Super Awesome Katy to K.C. Undercover because the former was "whack." She also made them change the name of her character, asking “Do I look like a Katy to you?”

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    "'I wanted to make sure that she wasn’t good at singing or acting or dancing. That she wasn’t artistically inclined... There are other things that a girl can be.'” the star tells Vogue of her other conditions for the show. “'I want her to be martial arts–trained. I want her to be able to do everything that a guy can do... I want her to be a brainiac. I want her to be able to think on her feet. But I also want her to be socially awkward, not a cool kid. I want her to be normal with an extraordinary life.'”

    "A lot of people don’t realize their power," Coleman tells the fashion mag. "I have so many friends who say yes to everything or feel like they can’t stand up for themselves in a situation. No: You have the power."

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    And if anybody is qualified to talk realizing your power, surely it's the young woman who's not even old enough to shop her local liquor store but has two major films in the works (the other is The Greatest Showman starring Hugh Jackman), a hit Disney show, and an unrivaled clapback game that schools other celebs twice her age (What's good, Giuliana?).

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    Get the July issue of Vogue on national newsstands June 27!