The Brazilian supermodel says she opens up about her life, insecurities, and the fight for self-acceptance in “Lessons.”
The supermodel and TV personality bared herself on Instagram, and some people couldn't handle it.
Kylie Jenner ditched her signature makeup and wigs for some barefaced bonding with her baby girl, and the photos are precious.
Gisele Bündchen has graced the cover of over a thousand magazines (truly). But you've never seen the supermodel quite like this.
With the influx of heavily retouched photos, filters, and layers of makeup, it's refreshing to see people show a side that's more natural and authentic.
Miss Universe 2017 is upon us and the contestants are showing a side of themselves outside of all the glamour, glitz and elaborate pageantry: without makeup. Taking part in the growing appreciation of a makeup-free look, take a peek at a selection of Miss Universe contestants photographed with no makeup, highlighting both their natural beauty and the glamour of the pageant-to-come. Related: The Year of No-Makeup Selfies: 24 Celebs Who Dared to Bare Related: Celebs and Models Go Makeup Free for the Holidays Let’s keep in touch! Follow Yahoo Beauty on Facebook, Twitter, InstagramPinterest
The stinky and surprising things that happen to your skin and hair when you stop showering and ditch deodorant, makeup, and soap.
Photo: @khloekardashian/Instagram Khloe Kardashian covers the August/September 2015 issue of Complex magazine in an exercise-themed photoshoot.
Kim Kardashian West, the Queen of Contouring, abandoned her signature look and posed without makeup for the August 2015 cover of Vogue España. Wearing just a tan cable knit sweater and her massvie engagement ring, the Keeping Up With the Kardashian's star's maybe the least glam she's ever been. From Lady Gaga (twice!) to Kerry Washington here are some of the most unbelievable — in more ways than one — makeup free magazine covers.
Amy Schumer posted a #girlyoudon’tneedmakeup hashtag late Tuesday night urging fans to post their no makeup selfies on Twitter and it’s quickly gone viral.
Photo: Many women, like Carrie Underwood, claim they won’t set foot out the door without wearing at least some makeup. Assuming at least some of these women have spent the night with their partners, that means they must be pulling a Kristin Wiig in “Bridesmaids” and sneaking out of bed in the morning to apply cosmetics and creeping back into the sheets, their sleeping mate none the wiser.