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Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen recently shared a sun-kissed bare-faced selfie — and as usual, her followers are loving it.
“Bom dia,” she captioned the Instagram post.
Fans quickly flooded the 39-year-old’s “glowing” picture with thousands of compliments, but it’s her husband, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, whose comment stood out.
The NFL star popped into his wife’s comments to write “missing you” alongside a trio of heart-eyed emojis.
Just like Brady, we too are smitten over Bündchen’s radiant, youthful complexion. Not a stranger to no-makeup looks, she is also known to keep her makeup routine fresh with a less-is-more routine.
“I’ve always felt better with less makeup, I just feel more like myself,” she revealed in Chanel Beauty’s video series, “Beauty Talks,” during her time as the official face of the label.
She starts by spritzing Chanel’s hydrating mist on her face, followed by some serum to make sure her skin is well moisturized and primed. In the clip, she says she loves Chanel's Les Beiges Healthy Glow Foundation ($55) and only taps a thin layer of it around the corners of her eyes and mouth.
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“I always like very little foundation. I don’t even put foundation on my cheeks, I just put it a little bit here and around the mouth — that always gets red —and around the eyes,” she says.
For her iconic, sexy glow, she applies the Chanel’s Healthy Glow Sheer Colour Stick ($62) on her cheeks and across the bridge of her nose for that very natural effect.
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Above all, when it comes to skin and beauty, the best results come from within. This is why Bündchen’s wellness regimen involves a strict, primarily plant-based diet (no caffeine, alcohol, sugar or carbs) in addition to practicing yoga and meditation.