Alaskan Bush People’s youngest star, Rain Brown, is just 16 years old – but in recent photos it looks like she has grown up overnight! Billy and Ami Brown’s daughter loves communicating with her fans on social media. The teenager – who has been vocal about sharing her battle with depression amid her mom Ami’s cancer diagnosis – repeatedly shares the hashtag #staystrong with her fans on all of her posts. RadarOnline.com has uncovered one picture the Discovery star recently shared where it appears Rain is not only inspiring others to be confident – but looks completely comfortable in her own skin herself! Click through the gallery to see Rain’s shocking new makeover.
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The world was introduced to Rain Brown when she was just a pre-teen. Here she is appearing much younger than she is now, with long hair.
Rain has lived most of her adolescence in front of cameras for the family’s hit show, Alaskan Bush People. As the youngest, here’s a younger Rain with her brothers, who often watch over her.
In recent years, Rain chopped off her long locks and started showing off her blunt bob on social media, as seen here.
Rain has battled depression for years, but she also appreciates a nice outdoors selfie, as seen here. She captioned this photo, “Embrace the messiness with the power of the wind.”
It isn’t often Gabe Brown’s little sister is spotted wearing makeup. Here she is with a fresh, natural face.
Rain appears youthful in a lot of her photos, like the one here, where she says, “Messy hair is beautiful.”
As she’s gotten older, Rain has began showing off an edgier style. Here she is sporting her short pixie hair cut that appears to be shaved on one side.
On April 19, however, Rain showed off an entirely new look, where the 16-year-old appears more mature than ever before! Here she is spotting eyeshadow, eyeliner and a bold rose-colored lip. What do you think of her shocking makeover? We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.