Beyonce Without Makeup — Even More Gorgeous

Fri, April 11, 2014 9:00am EDT by 2 Comments
Beyonce Makeup Free
Courtesy of Instagram

Beyonce is at again! She posted a photo wearing no makeup on Instagram and showed us that whether she is glammed up or toned down, she is still gorgeous. Blinded by the sun, this natural beauty paired the photo with her best accessory — her smile.

Fresh off her Mrs. Carter World Tour, Beyonce Knowles, 32, took to Instagram on April 8, and looked so refreshed. The “Jealous” singer is sure to make a few of us jealous with this photo. Stripped from all of her makeup and sexy costumes, this Texas native shows us that it is ok to be natural. We love Beyonce!

Beyonce Makeup Free — Stunning In The Sun

On a well deserved vacation, Beyonce showed off her natural beauty and sun-kissed skin. Most celebrities choose not to take such daring photos, but not Beyonce. She has posted several natural photos online and seems very comfortable in her own skin.

This is the ultimate definition of sexy and a huge display of embracing your natural beauty. Go Beyonce!

Quick Beauty Tip: Everyone loves to sunbathe, however, it can be very damaging to the skin. Be sure to use a sunscreen such as AVEENO PROTECT + HYDRATE LOTION SUNSCREEN WITH BROAD SPECTRUM SPF 30. This helps to prevent sun damage to your skin, which can in turn cause wrinkles. 

Beyonce’s Latest Album: ‘Beyonce’

On Dec. 13, Beyonce dropped her most controversial album to date. Self entitled with no publicity behind it, this album has skyrocketed to the top of the charts. This album is definitely for a mature audience and with that being said, we love it! It makes us wonder what she will be doing next.

Do you have the album, HollywoodLifers? If so, what do you think?

See over 100 more stars without makeup in the gallery attached!

— Jenn Baez

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