Selena Gomez Shared a Gorgeous (and Rare) Makeup-Free Selfie


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As the founder of Rare Beauty, Selena Gomez is no stranger to showing off her and her glam team’s experiments with her look—and how much makeup can change it. On occasion though, Gomez will go bare and post a makeup-free photo to give a glimpse at her more casual style. Gomez posted one yesterday, a selfie where she had her hair styled down with a side part. She appears fresh-faced and smiling.

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Gomez’s photo comes after she shared a Valentine’s Day tribute Wednesday to her boyfriend, Benny Blanco. On her Instagram Story, Gomez wrote, “I love you,” to him.

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In December, Gomez gave People an interview where she addressed how she sees beauty. “My fundamental belief is that everyone possesses a unique and rare quality, and feeling beautiful doesn’t require conforming to one specific look,” she said. “I personally experienced the pressure to meet certain appearance expectations growing up, which made me want to challenge the unrealistic standards of perfection in the beauty industry. With Rare Beauty, I get to use beauty and makeup to break down these ideals. I’m focused on creating positive conversations about mental health and self-acceptance. I want to play a part in breaking the stigma around mental health and mental illness, making these discussions more open and accepted.”

She also shared what her self-care regiment is these days, saying, “Self-care looks different depending on how much time I have. I find comfort in hanging out with friends and family, especially my sister Gracie. Simple things like lighting a candle, taking a bath, or just cuddling with my dogs are my go-to self-care rituals.”

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