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8 Celebrities That Love the No-Makeup Makeup Look

Turn to these celebs for fresh-faced inspiration
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Makeup is really great and fun, and sometimes you want a really bold, fun look, while other times you need to be understated and conservative.

Or, maybe you just prefer to look fresh-faced all the time, instead of wearing a bold red lip, or neon eyeliner.

Either way, trying a less-is-more approach to makeup can be fun too, and who better to turn to for inspiration than a few of our fave celebs? Keep reading to see some of our favorite no-makeup makeup fans in action.

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Meghan Markle

The duchess and new mother of one always looks flawless with a little mascara, light foundation and a nude lip. Even her wedding makeup was really understated, in the best way possible.

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The young star loves keeping her day-to-day makeup look clean even though she's admitted on her website that when she's on the red carpet her makeup is "caked." But how does she achieve this look without looking like she's wearing all the makeup she ever owned? She revealed in a tutorial on her website that she blends highlighter with creamy foundation.

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Zoe Kravitz

The actress loves a natural look and often shows off her freckles on the red carpet. We don't blame her, look at that skin!

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Kendall Jenner

The second youngest Kardashian-Jenner isn't as into heavy makeup as her famous sisters, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have her own signature style. Kendall loves to do minimal makeup with a nude lip.

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