We all have a celebrity that we admire, from their amazing voice, their acting abilities or the way they make it work on the runway. Whatever the reason, we all look up to them and see how beautiful they are on the covers of magazines and walking the red carpet.
However, what do those celebrities look like when they aren’t covered in makeup? We have come up with a list of 14 celebrities without their makeup and some pass with flying colors, but then others are looking a little rough.
Anne Hathaway: The Oscar-winning actress looks gorgeous on the red carpet and on the big screen. Anne Hathaway also looks amazing while out doing errands with no makeup on. She has some great skin!
Rihanna: While Rihanna may be looking a little tired in the photo, she is still looking good with no makeup on. If you are pretty, it doesn’t matter if you go natural or put some makeup on it, your true beauty shines through.
Rose Byrne: They joked about it on Bridesmaids and how pretty Rose Byrne was, but it looks like she is just as pretty without the makeup on. She is gorgeous in that red carpet photo, but she looks just as pretty going with the natural look.
Madonna: You can’t win them all, huh? Madonna still looks good while walking the red carpet, but take that makeup off and she is definitely showing her age! That picture on the left is rough, but we are thinking it was a bad angle.
Heidi Klum: Supermodel and Project Runway host Heidi Klum is a beautiful woman, so we are not shocked she looks good without makeup on. Heidi Klum can do no wrong, with or without makeup!
Kristen Stewart: The Twilight star seems like a simple girl and not into all the hoopla of movie premieres and red carpet events. She looks good when she gets all dolled up for those movie premieres, but no shocker that she looks good just walking around without any makeup on.
Kate Upton: Kate Upton is a beautiful woman and has all the curves working for her, but we all have those times when our skin breaks out. This is one of those times for her, but we are giving her the benefit of the doubt here.