The 19-year-old attended People’s “Ones to Watch” event in Los Angeles on Wednesday sporting a bare face, a draped Vivienne Westwood dress and flat sandals. Yes. Girl.
As a result, it’s especially refreshing to see a young star like Jackson take her efforts to thered carpet. But considering her stance on beauty standards, it’s not entirely surprising.
In an August interview with i-D, she explained that being herself and helping people feel comfortable in their own skin is “a big reason” she wants to “change this fashion/beauty stigma.”
“I’m not symmetrical, I’m not a size zero, I eat hella burgers and endless amounts of pizza,” she said. “I can’t fit into a runway sample size of designer clothes, I have scars andstretch marksandacneand I havecellulite. I’m human. Not a dress-up doll. The idea that we all have to fit one idea of beauty is outrageous and ridiculous because‘perfection’ is just an opinion.”
In our opinion, that outlook is perfection ― and so is the red carpet look. Check out just a few of the other celebs who have gone public without makeup below.
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Sincedeclaring herself makeup-freein 2016, Keys has become a poster child for natural beauty, appearing on a slew of magazine covers and red carpets without makeup.
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Spears took a break from her Las Vegas residency anddocumented it on social media, going mostly makeup free “if you don’t count the leftover mascara under my right eye...” she wrote on Instagram.
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Couric reprised her role as “Today” host back in January, and the schedule proved to bea bit too early for glam. Same, Katie.
Union paid tribute to Keys in agorgeous, makeup-free Snapchat in October 2016.
Kunis made waves when she posed makeup-free forGlamour’s August 2016 issue.
“The Voice” coach and singer ditched her typical bold red lip and striking makeup for abeautifully bare-faced selfiein May 2016.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.