Heidi Klum To Go Make-Up Free For The BBC Children In Need Campaign
As a professional model, it’s Heidi Klum’s job to look beautiful. But in a brave move the mother-of-four has revealed what she looks like without a scrap of make-up.
Her hair scraped back, she poses with her face bare of any trace of eye shadow, mascara, blush, foundation or lipstick. It’s all for a good cause, with the 39-year-old stripping her face for charity.
Heidi, 39, is virtually unrecognizable in her natural state, but still as pretty as ever. The model has joined Britain’s BBC Children in Need ‘Bear-Faced’ Campaign and is encouraging others to follow her example to help raise funds for the charity. On her cheek she wears the campaign’s trademark – a tiny paw print.
Not many models would dare to be seen in this naked light, but Heidi must really believe in the cause. And luckily, Heidi has been blessed with perfect skin.
Heidi is asking people to go without make-up for a day and get sponsorship from friends and family.
November 9 has been decreed ‘no make-up day’ and the campaign has recruited other celebrities to spread the word including Caroline Flack from the UK version of The X Factor and singer and TV personality Louise Redknapp.
The BBC Children in Need seeks to help disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
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