Brie Larson 'glows' in sun-soaked, makeup-free selfies

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 10: Brie Larson attends The Daily Front Row's 6th Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel on April 10, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Brie Larson treats fans on social media to a gorgeous makeup-free photo (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

Brie Larson is "glowing" in her latest makeup-free selfies.

On Tuesday, the 32-year-old Marvel star took to Instagram to share a set of bare-faced, sun-soaked photos for her more than 6 million followers.

"Nothing better than some summer morning," the actress captioned the photos of herself posing in a crimson bikini top with her hair styled in a messy, high ponytail.

Larson's post was quickly flooded with praise from fans dubbing her a "true beauty" and "a ray of sunshine."

"Stunning," one person commented, while another wrote, "You are a literal ray of sunshine."

"True beauty," someone else added.

One fan chimed in: "The most beautiful girl without makeup."

"Love that glow!" another person shared.

"You look so gorgeous!" wrote another.

In March 2021, Larson opened up to Allure about her relationship with makeup and skincare, how it's changed over the years and how going makeup-free can be empowering.

"I mean, a lot of the jobs that I've done have been characters that don't have makeup on. And that felt incredibly empowering to me. I remember someone asking me once, 'How did they do your acne for "Room?" It looked so real.' And I was like, 'Oh no, those were just my zits.' That was part of my growth and expression, saying, 'This is who I am and this is what I look like,'" she shared.

"Around the time I was training for 'Captain Marvel,' I started to become interested in [beauty] again. I had rejected it for so long that I could come to it with my own approach, outside of what I felt like was being imposed upon me."

She explained that her skincare routine has become an important part of her day.

"My skincare routine has become how I begin and end my day," she revealed. "I am much more regimented about it than I ever was before because it's like, 'Okay, the day has begun. I'm going to wash my face. I'm going to moisturize.'"

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