Sydney Sweeney In Bathing Suit Shares Thrilling Selfie

Sydney Sweeney in black turtleneck with red lipstick and massive gold hoop earrings.
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Sydney Sweeney has a flawless selfie game, and it only takes a quick browse of her Instagram page to see that. When she's not making expert use of the selfie timer, the Euphoria star goes for artful mirror pics that put her best features on show.

Read on to learn about the activities that help her stay in shape, as well as the photographs that prove they work—and don't forget to check out the 30 Top Celebrity Swimsuit Moments to become beach-ready too!

She's Great With The Camera

Sydney Sweeney clicks a mirror selfie in tropical green bikini.
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Demonstrating her photography talents in a bikini post shared last summer, the 24-year-old snapped a gorgeous selfie in a hotel room and found the perfect prop to go with her aesthetic: an ornate round mirror whose silver-and-gold frame beautifully played up her swimsuit. Fans also got a glimpse of her lodgings in the reflection, as the half-body selfie showed quite a bit of the bathroom and hallway.

More photos from the trip below!

She Goes Tropical

At the time, Sweeney was vacationing in a tropical setting, one artfully reflected in her choice of swimwear. Flaunting her assets in a string bikini top with ruched triangle cups and a trendy waist tie, The White Lotus star posted pictures of her paradisiacal surroundings -- a serene seascape covered in greenery.

Snapped out on a sunkissed balcony, she rocked messy hair and a stylish sarong that matched her patterned bathing suit in swirling hues of green, blue, and silver. One image captured her against a verdant backdrop, while a second snap revealed a coquettish seating area overlooking the water, trees, and a rocky outcrop.

Keep going for more photos!

She Curates Her Content

With cute selfies and vacay pics sprinkled here and there, Sweeney's Instagram page is mostly work, fashion, and red-carpet events. The actress, who also has her own production company, attentively curates her content to keep the business side of things top-notch while also occasionally giving fans a peek of "Syd" -- aka "the real me," as she told Cosmopolitan.

Gracing the cover of the magazine's Love Issue ahead of Valentine's Day, she said: "I would love to share my normal life so that people can see that it’s not all glamour. But I can’t because one, I like my privacy, and two, social media is another platform for business. Sharing my life on it could go against the integrity of the business and brand I’m trying to create."

She Has A 'Formula' For Social Media

When asked how she decides what to share with her 13.4 million followers on Instagram, the blonde beauty revealed she sticks to a simple "formula": "I’ll post about my work, I’ll post about fashion because when the hell else would I look that good? And then I try to sprinkle in a Syd post once in a while."

Sweeney's approach to the social media game makes a lot of sense, especially since the actress has had her fair share of internet trolls to deal with. Last September, the Voyeurs star opened up about the anxiety that social media gives her, stating that Instagram was "the most unhealthy part of my life."

"The fact that I am second-guessing and having anxiety over posting a picture is sickening," she shared, via BuzzFeed.

She's Been Bullied Online

The interview came just four months after Sweeney was the target of hateful comments on another social media platform, with the actress baring her soul in a tearful Instagram live. "Apparently I am trending on Twitter right now for being ugly," she said, per BuzzFeed. "I would never actually do this, ever, but I think it's really important for people to see how words actually affect people."

According to the Mayo Clinic, the harms of social media, particularly to teens, are well documented by studies. Despite having benefits when it comes to forming connections with people, "social media use can also negatively affect teens, distracting them, disrupting their sleep, and exposing them to bullying, rumor spreading, unrealistic views of other people's lives and peer pressure," states the clinic.

What's more, some studies "have observed links between high levels of social media use and depression or anxiety symptoms," informs its website, citing various research papers.

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