The supermodel has gone barefaced to support the charity
Heidi Klum has alerted us to her awe-inspiring natural beauty once again, but this time it’s for charity and not for a lucrative ad campaign. The model has posed without make-up for BBC Children in Need’s BearFaced Day and looks effortlessly gorgeous.
With her strong cheekbones and wide eyes staring into the camera, Heidi paints a very pretty picture in the shot taken by renowned photographer, Rankin. Her skin is completely cosmetics free apart from a tiny paw mark on her left cheek.
Heidi posed for the photo to help promote BBC Children in Need’s BareFaced campaign, which is encouraging women in the UK to go without make-up on 9 November in a bid to raise funds for the charity who support disadvantaged children and young people across the country.
Speaking of her latest venture Heidi said: ‘Having worked in the fashion industry for a number of years, I am a firm believer of encouraging women’s empowerment. And what better way to do so than [by] supporting such a fantastic charity.’
Heidi is joined by the famous and make-up free faces of Louise Redknapp and Caroline Flack, who also posed for the campaign. Last week Pudsey bear underwent a high fashion make over where the likes of Victoria Beckham, Burberry and Gucci created their own versions of the iconic ted.
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