Of her flawless skin at age 42, the actress told PEOPLE, “I embrace my age with gratitude and I don’t worry about not having makeup on. My joy comes from within.”
“I rarely wear makeup in my real life. A lot of the roles that I have done recently, I wear little-to-no makeup,” the WandaVision actress, 47, said in the 2021 Beautiful Issue, in which she let her natural skin shine. “Oddly, I wore more makeup when I was in my 20s. I feel like I’m wearing less and less the older I get.”
Ahead of her no-makeup photo shoot, “I started a juice cleanse,” the actress and singer, 31, explained to PEOPLE. “I wanted to try out my theory that beauty actually comes from the inside out when it comes to your health of your hair and of your skin,”
“I feel like makeup is so nice if you use it in a way that makes you feel better about yourself. But there are also so many times when you’re putting on makeup to cover up or change different ways of your face,” the model mom, 28, told PEOPLE. “I see it more and more with social media. It creates a negative mental relationship with yourself that you feel you should change. So I think being makeup-free stands for loving myself how I am. Although I do love makeup, I appreciate what being makeup-free means.”
Of having more makeup-free moments since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the veteran newswoman, 64, told PEOPLE, “I think people appreciate showing the real you. And it’s been nice to hear people say, ‘We like you just the way you are.’ ”
Katie Lee Biegel
The cohost of The Kitchen welcomed daughter Iris in September, and hopes her little girl will always be at ease with herself, like Mom. “I just want her to be happy in her own skin,” Lee Biegel, 39, told PEOPLE.
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