You’re a brave woman, Sandra Bullock.
Bullock is slated to star in a 3-D space movie, titled Gravity. The Oscar winner will play the role of an astronaut trying to get back to Earth after her space station blows up. Director Alfonso Cuaron will lead the project, and he has told Sandra she’s not allowed to wear make-up.
Sandra looks good, but George Clooney is in this movie. I don’t care how good-looking you are, can you imagine meeting George Clooney without at least some mascara on?
"God help us all when my face comes rushing at you with no make-up on,” Bullock said. “I'm going to say sorry now, but Alfonso, in a brilliant move, said, 'No make-up'."
Celebs are often caught without makeup, but only a handful of them have done it purposely.
In the October cover of Harper’s Bazaar, Lady Gaga showed off her makeup-free, barely recognizable face. “Whether I’m wearing lots of makeup or no makeup, I’m always the same person inside,” Gaga told the mag.
Angelina Jolie also posed without make-up for Louis Vuitton’s Core Values campaign. And yes, she still looks just as good. The campaign was shot by Annie Leibovitz. And that’s just not fair, because Annie Leibovitz can make anyone look good, make-up or not.
In 2010, Jessica Simpson appeared in Marie Claire with zero make-up and her hair air-dried. At least I think it was Jessica Simpson. Because it looked nothing like her.
The Kardashians love their face paint. So it was a little surprising when Kim Kardashian posed for Life & Style bare faced.
“Posing makeup-free is really empowering. Why not show people what I really look like? I’m happy with myself, and this is who I am,” Kim said.
Tyra Banks had audience members of The Tyra Banks Show take off their war paint, and Tyra joined them by wiping hers off, too. Banks also recently tweeted a make-up free photo of herself, saying: “I’m having a washed face working Wednesday. Are you?”
Teri Hatcher wanted to prove she didn’t have any plastic surgery, so she took a picture of herself right out of the shower and posted it to her Facebook page. Now that takes courage.