We’ve Identified Ladies From Beauty Advertisements to See What They Appear Like Without having Makeup

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When beauty brands select models for their advertisements, they comply with distinct principles. Some appear for girls whose faces are like a blank canvas exactly where something can be painted on. Other people choose models with prominent facial characteristics to convey the uniqueness of the solution. But all advertisements have one particular factor in common: even if we think that a model barely has any makeup on her face, in reality, there are a few layers of makeup. And it is actually tough to figure out what their organic face truly appears like.

When we at Vibrant Side came across but one more beauty ad, we concluded that it is not possible to evaluate the good quality of the advertised goods simply because we don’t know what the girls in these advertisements actually appear like and how drastically their makeup transformed their organic beauty. That is why we decided to analyze the models who became the faces of popular beauty brands to see what they actually appear like without having foundation, concealer, highlighter, and other makeup goods.

1. Bella Hadid — Dior

two. Sasha Luss — Dior

three. Lindsey Wixson — Yves Saint Laurent

four. Karlie Kloss — Dior

five. Diane Kruger — Chanel

six. Maryna Linchuk — Dior

7. Charlotte Casiraghi — Gucci

eight. Andreja Pejić — Make Up For Ever

9. Cara Delevingne — Yves Saint Laurent

10. Doutzen Kroes — L’Oréal Paris

11. Jourdan Dunn — Burberry

12. Ruby Rose — Urban Decay

13. Martha Hunt — Revlon

14. Sasha Pivovarova — Lolita Lempicka

15. Abbey Lee Kershaw — Calvin Klein

16. Lara Stone — Calvin Klein

17. Arlenis Sosa — Lancôme

18. Hanaa Ben Abdesslem — Lancôme

19. Candice Swanepoel — Max Issue

20. Barbara Palvin — L’Oréal

21. Fan Bingbing — L’Oréal

22. Anais Pouliot — Lancôme

Tell us, do you choose to wear makeup or wear your organic beauty? Which of these photographs did you like the most, the advertisements or the girls’ photographs without having makeup and retouching?