Celebrities are ditching makeup while social distancing, and they look amazing
- People around the world are practicing social distancing.
- As a result, many Hollywood stars are ditching makeup and giving their skin room to breathe for the time being.
- Katy Perry, for example, shared a photo of her glowing skin during quarantine.
- Zoë Kravitz, Kesha, and Kelly Clarkson have also gone makeup-free on Instagram in recent weeks.
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Like many of us, celebrities are ditching makeup while social distancing.
On Instagram, people like Kelly Clarkson and Dakota Fanning have gone barefaced while filming Instagram videos that encourage their followers to stay safe. Zoë Kravitz and Kaley Cuoco, on the other hand, have spent their makeup-free time posing for selfies with their dogs.
Here's a look at the stars who have posted makeup-free selfies so far.
Kaley Cuoco hugged her dog in a makeup-free selfie.
She's since posted numerous barefaced photos on Instagram while social distancing.
Dakota Fanning took her temperature while not wearing makeup to encourage people to stay home.
In addition to her video, Fanning also used the caption of her post to encourage others to social distance: "Stay at HOME (if you can) and stay HEALTHY."
Gabrielle Union looked stunning while posing with her husband Dwyane Wade recently.
"Couples in quarantine be like…" she wrote in the caption of her Instagram photo alongside numerous emojis.
Zoë Kravitz chose to forgo makeup for one of her latest selfies.
Kravitz included a social-distancing pun in her Instagram post, writing: "self(ie) quarantine." She also encouraged her followers to "stay inside" and take things "one day at a time.
Kelly Clarkson covered a song by the late Kenny Rogers while not wearing makeup.
The Instagram video was inspired by one she posted a few days earlier. At the time, she had said her family was "hiding in Montana."
Vanessa Williams celebrated her 57th birthday with a barefaced selfie.
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Good Morning 57! Another year on this wondrous planet that continually surprises and challenges me to grow in love and adventure. I cherish all the endless support I am given and am grateful for the #more that is in my daily prayers. Many thanks for all my birthday wishes ? #nofilter #nomakeup #nocorona
"Good Morning 57!" she wrote alongside the photo. "Another year on this wondrous planet that continually surprises and challenges me to grow in love and adventure. I cherish all the endless support I am given and am grateful for the #more that is in my daily prayers. Many thanks for all my birthday wishes."
She also included the hashtags #nofilter, #nomakeup, and #nocorona.
Ciara has posted numerous videos of herself without makeup in recent weeks.
On March 26, for example, she posted a video of herself and her husband Russell Wilson to celebrate the five-year anniversary of the day they met. Ciara also went makeup-free in another video on March 27.
Katy Perry took a barefaced selfie while "mid-quarantine."
She also shared a photo of herself "pre-quarantine" to show how her style has changed in just a matter of weeks.
"Hope your stay-at-home plans tonight include joining me for a beautiful and breezy episode of #AmericanIdol, taped in heavenly Hawaii back in January and February," she wrote.
Nina Dobrev, on the other hand, went makeup-free while posing with her dog.
She shared the image on Instagram, and wrote "Quarantini 4 lyfe" as the caption.
Kesha asked for advice on "feeling normal" while showcasing her freckles.
"S— is so crazy right now," the musician wrote. "For me getting outside (alone) or even opening the window is somehow helpful. Any tips u have on feeling normal? Def open for suggestions."
Helen Mirren used a barefaced selfie to raise money for a good cause.
"In return for this pic of me literally first thing in the morning, please donate to the intensive care support," she wrote on Instagram. "Thanks so much."
Nikki Bella opened up about her pregnancy in a "no-filter post" on Instagram.
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Time for that no filter post. Pregnancy has given me pigmentation on my cheeks and upper lip with a growing bump that makes me smile everyday. Quarantine has reminded me of the sparkles (grays) and wild eyebrows I have and the goals I have made throughout my life and want to focus more on. Oh and that I have an amazing chef as a fiancé! Who’s trying to make me gain a lot more pounds than my thighs that are already touching and rubbing would like. Can’t wait for my Laser Away appointments after breast feeding bc I have realized there is no boundary to where, when and how much your hair wants to grow. (I’m officially becoming Brie lol!!) Learning to sleep on my side this past month has been a challenge especially bc it has brought a lot of neck pain back and now my cheeks have some fun friends that have joined them (pimples lol) can’t wait to get a facial again! Dreaming of that Sothys spa in Paris (dream big right lol) But goodness it’s pretty amazing to start to see the real, natural you again right? Without all the beauty appointments and makeup everyday. I hope in this time we can start to love ourselves more. Appreciate the flaws, the changes, our age. I’m going through a lot of course bc of pregnancy but goodness when I feel my baby kick or move, I don’t care how many pounds I have gained, or skin changes I have, or pain that feeling is unlike anything I have ever experienced. It makes me smile so big every time. The love is already greater than any other! Excited for the rest of this journey called the miracle of life. ✨? Hope to connect more with all you mommies on here. ❤️
According to the former wrestler, pregnancy has resulted in pigmentation and pimples on her cheeks. Though she wrote that she "can't wait to get a facial again," she said she's proud of her natural skin.
"It's pretty amazing to start to see the real, natural you again, right? Without all the beauty appointments and makeup everyday," she wrote in her Instagram post. "I hope in this time we can start to love ourselves more. Appreciate the flaws, the changes, our age."
"I'm going through a lot of course because of pregnancy, but goodness when I feel my baby kick or move, I don't care how many pounds I have gained, or skin changes I have, or pain that feeling is unlike anything I have ever experienced," she continued. "It makes me smile so big every time."
Salma Hayek has posted numerous makeup-free photos in recent weeks.
On May 14, for example, she posted one of her in a pool. In the caption of her photo, she wrote: "Agua 💧 #water #nomakeup."
Jessie J. shared a barefaced selfie on Instagram.
"Fresh Face Sunday 🌈🌻," she wrote alongside the photo on May 17.
Lady Gaga ditched makeup while spending time outside.
"Thinking about the world and sending love," she wrote alongside a makeup-free selfie on June 17. "I walk in circles and reflect sometimes about what I want to say. I want to say I love you."
Ariel Winter embraced her freckles with a set of selfies.
In an Instagram post on July 14, she wrote: "Kindness is not that hard!!!!! Also…quarantine is bringing out my freckles?!????" She shared the photos just days after revealing that she's gone blonde.
Jennifer Lopez woke up, put on a robe, and then shared a photo of her morning look.
After saying good morning to her fans on Instagram, Lopez described her minimal-makeup look as her "#MorningFace."
Taraji P. Henson looks stunning with and without makeup.
Henson made use of emojis and hashtags in the caption of her barefaced selfie, posted on August 11. She wrote: "Just here on 🌍being #phenomenallyblack #nomakeup #justwokeup #nofilter #justme ✌🏾 🙏🏾💋💋💋"
Bethenny Frankel posted a no-makeup, no-filter photo to show "a realistic female image."
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The more I see photos on social media that are filtered, contoured, eyelashed, extensioned, & retouched – the more important it is to post #nofilter, real, everyday photos. I want to show our daughters (and sons) a realistic female image. #THISiswhatilooklike #thisisme #unfilteredselfie #noglam #workingmom
"The more I see photos on social media that are filtered, contoured, eyelashed, extensioned, & retouched — the more important it is to post #nofilter, real, everyday photos," Frankel wrote on September 1. "I want to show our daughters (and sons) a realistic female image. #THISiswhatilooklike #thisisme #unfilteredselfie #noglam #workingmom."
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