The natural look is the new plug, keeping everything nude. We've seen our celebrities adjust to this and they're killing it.
Here are our top seven A-listers who butter the natural make-up trend:
The make-up artist and blogger, Cynthia Gwebu is one of our favourites when it comes to face beating. From fleeking eyebrows to perfect lip colour, Gwebu is never seen in crusty make-up.
Cynthia Gwebu. Picture: Instagram.
The “Nubian princess” is effortlessly beautiful, with or without make-up, there isn't much difference. We loved how @moda_by_rea played with Mbatha’s face at the Elle Boss Awards where she was the host. Stay beautiful and let the black magic shine.
Nomzamo Mbatha. Picture: Instagram.
Media personality Peal Thusi sure looked like a pearl when she hosted the GQ Best Dressed Awards 2017. It's not something new to see her in nude make-up as she's always embracing her natural beauty.
Pearl Thusi. Picture: Instagram.
Well known as "Queen Qondi" because of her role on Isibaya, Jessica Nkosi looks like she was born to be pretty. A Clinique beyond perfection foundation and flutter to full mascara were the only things used for her to be this stunning, too beautiful but then again, It's Queen Qondi, after all.
It seems like Bonang Matheba only lives to remind us who's boss. The media it-girl, stunned us on Destiny cover in June, wearing pyjamas and barely any make-up. This year has indeed been the “year of the queen”.
Bonang Matheba. Picture: Instagram.
The multi award winning actress, Terry Pheto went to the United Kingdom Film Awards and showed them the true definition of African beauty. She wore a Thula Sindi dress, @jamescatalanohair and got her natural make-up glow from @neonvelvet. Keep on shining.
Terry Pheto. Instagram.
When Rihanna dropped the Fenty Beauty, it came in with pinpointing universal shades. With just adding colour to the eyes, this look using the PROFILTR Foundation in 230 is very appealing.
Fenty beauty facebeat. Picture: Instagram.