Michelle Keegan has gone make-up-free for BBC’s Children In Need. And the results are predictably stunning.
The former Coronation Street star joined a host of gorgeous female celebs to brave the lens sans slap in orderto raise money and awareness for the charity’s BearFaced campaign.
Michelle’s dazzling white smile became all the more striking without the distraction of make-up, while her enviably clear complexion and natural glow made us wonder why she bothers with foundation at all in her striking campaign shot.
The Saturdays’ Rochelle Humes also ditched the warpaint for the worthy cause, putting her glowing skin and too-cute freckles on full display in her pretty close-up.
Singers Ella Eyre and Laura Mvula and beauty blogger Tanya Burr were also amongst those who bared all for the BBC, with all of the ladies boasting a tiny Pudsey Pawprint on their cheeks for their fresh-faced campaign shots.
If you want to make like Michelle and co. and help raise money for those in need, swap your own slap for a Pudsey Pawprint (£1 from Boots stores nationwide) and share your #BearFaced moment here.
You’ve got until November 14 to share your make-up free selfie, and can also upload your photo onto Twitter and Instagram using the tag @BBCCiN.
But before you do, get your skin looking as flawless as poss by checking out our Top 10 Skin Serums gallery…
By Robyn Munson