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- May 06, 2013
- Vol. 79
- No. 18
Not a Drop of Makeup
These Stars Dare to Be Bare - Wearing Nothing but Moisturizer - to Show Off Their Natural Beauty
THE NEWSROOM STAR, 32
"I always moisturize. In the middle of the day, I'll wipe off my makeup and put on moisturizer again. Your skin is like dirt in a garden. If you don't water it, you get lines. You put water in it, and it fills up." Her biggest beauty challenge: "I have a bump on my nose from when my big brother and I had a karate match growing up, and he kicked me in the face. I still haven't perfected the shadowing of it."
HOMELAND STAR, 33
"It's vulnerable and scary, but I love the challenge of being comfortable without makeup. I wash my face every morning and night. I put on a moisturizer, toner and eye cream all-in-one, and I walk out, that's it." Her intro to makeup: "I started wearing concealer when I was in 10th grade. I was self-conscious about the dark circles around my eyes—they're not from being tired, they're from my Syrian background."
"I started wearing makeup at 14 for Destiny's Child, " says Rowland, who's releasing her solo album Talk a Good Game in June. "I remember the first time I saw my lashes with mascara on them—it was my favorite thing. For me, makeup reminds me of work. Without it, I feel natural and untouched."
THE WOLVERINE STAR, 48
"I'll wear eyeliner or a little bit of eye shadow, but less is definitely more for me, because I'm angular and my features are strong already. I don't pluck my eyebrows—they've been the same since my baby pictures. I never wear lipstick, but when I go out at night I wear my Armani foundation just to make my skin glowy and even, and a little bit of blush."
DALLAS STAR, 32
"Your skin reflects what's inside of you. I watch what I eat, and I drink an embarrassing amount of water—probably 20 glasses a day! I go for a facial once every three months, but I don't like getting a lot of extractions—it hurts too much." Her favorite features: "I like my strong jaw, and I think my thick eyebrows help differentiate me."
SINGER/X-FACTOR JUDGE, 20
"Anytime I can get away with wearing no makeup, I do it," says Lovato. "But when it's showtime, I rock it up." Her healthy skin secret: "I use Renée Rouleau BHA Clarifying Serum, Neosporin, or I put Aquaphor all over my face overnight," she says. "My superdry skin just eats it up."
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