No makeup before and after

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I wore NO MAKEUP for ONE MONTH inti-revista.org this is what happened (acne journey)

Just like the rest of us, celebrities don't always wear makeup. Whether they're running errands or performing for fans, many A-listers are fond of the no-makeup trend.

12 Stunning Before & After Photos of Women Without Makeup

Actress Gal Gadot goes makeup-free while she's at home. For years, celebrities have hit red carpets with their wildest outfits and fiercest faces. They became the inspiration for both professional and amateur makeup artists, and many started their own beauty lines or collaborated with big names like Maybelline and Revlon. More recently, however, they have started to ditch their foundation and powder for fresher faces. Whether it's at awards shows or using hashtags like nomakeup, celebrities are showing the world that they aren't that perfect. They're just really, really close to it.

Does makeup make you feel more or less like yourself? These women — some makeup junkies, some who never touch the stuff — were brave enough to be photographed with half their faces made up by a pro and half their faces totally bare. But with just half my face made up, you can really see the difference that using just a few products can make. Whether that's something you want to do every day or not, it's empowering to know you have the power to make yourself up as you want. With makeup on just half my face, the contrast between how I look [without makeup] and the Joan Smalls-inspired makeup was so stark, it felt like I was two different people: there was regular me and then there was a little bolder and more badass me!

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I just did a month without makeup. However, as a self-confessed beauty junkie and amateur makeup artist in times gone by, this no makeup challenge was a big deal for me. The years have gone by since the troublesome teens, and thankfully, my skin has cleared up. At 18 or so, I fell in love with makeup for the creativity that came with it. Using my face as a canvas, I could transform it, enhance it, color it, and trick the eye. But my love affair stretches far further than a confidence-boosting sweep of liner.

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