The 28-year-old actress has a number of inkings all over her body and believes some people perceive her in a different way because of the clothes she wears and the tattoos on her skin. She told The Times: "People think I'm cool because I wear certain clothes and I have tattoos. I've got 20-something inkings and I actually stopped counting. When people get to know me, they're always surprised by how nerdy I am."
Meanwhile, Zoë previously admitted she adopts a low maintenance beauty regime because she wants to be natural and silly looking.
Actress Zoë Kravitz attends the premiere of HBO's "Big Little Lies" at TCL Chinese Theatre on February 7, 2017 in Hollywood, California. PICTURE: Frederick M. Brown / AFP
She said: "When I was younger, I had this incredibly rebellious spirit. I just wanted to be natural and silly-looking and not appear perfect all the time - because it's a lot of pressure, you know? On the red carpet, everyone started to look the same, like a Barbie doll, and it made me really uncomfortable.
Zoë Kravitz attends the ELLE's Annual Women In Television Celebration 2017 at Chateau Marmont on January 14, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. PICTURE: Jonathan Leibson / AFP
"So I think I was just about claiming, 'OK, if I'm going to be a part of this world, I want to do it in my own way.' But I think I've found a way to feel comfortable, looking like I put effort into the way I look and still feel like I'm being myself. My braids are really low-maintenance so I use very little hair product. This has a nice scent and is good for freshening everything up."
Zoë Kravitz attends Coach 75th Anniversary: Women's Pre-Fall and Men's Fall Show on December 8, 2016 in New York City. PICTURE: Nicholas Hunt / AFP
Zoë doesn't opt for foundation and instead uses YSL's Touche Eclat to brighten her face. She explained: "I don't wear foundation on a daily basis so this is just wonderful for highlighting and covering. It brightens without looking like you're going out-out. If I'm eating too much sugar or not sleeping enough, I see it in my skin."