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Though the recently separated movie star looks gorgeous sans makeup, she admits to having a passion for blush. “I like the look of feeling like you’ve been dancing for hours, so I try to recreate it,” she told PEOPLE at her no-makeup photo shoot in 2012.
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One-stop shopping helps the Mad Men actress maintain her natural glow. "I do a honey mask a couple of times a week," she explained in 2012, slathering on Really Raw Honey, which she gets at a natural foods store. "It's calming and it’s nourishing. I can eat it too!"
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The House of Cards actress takes a powerful stand against wearing a face full of cosmetics: "As an adult, the more wrinkles you have, [the more] you don't want to wear makeup," she told PEOPLE in 2010. "It sits in the wrinkles and you see them more."
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JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT
Back in 2008, Hewitt admitted to a "problem" a lot of women wish they had: wearing no makeup made her look like a kid! "Sometimes I put it on for certain situations to actually not feel like my friends are babysitting me for the day," said the star, who recently gave birth to a daughter, Autumn.
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When she lived in India for six months after college, the Scandal star – who's expecting her first child this spring – saw the advantage of minimal makeup firsthand. "I fell in love with eye liner," she told PEOPLE in 2010. "The women there used eyeliner – and nothing else – and I found it really beautiful."
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There's a time and a place for everything, including cosmetics, the pop singer told PEOPLE last year. "Anytime I can get away with wearing no makeup, I do it," she said. "But when it's showtime, I rock it up."
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