Nomzamo Mbatha is one of a few celebrities who are not afraid to leave her house without make-up.
While the actress loves a good “face beat”, she proudly embraces her natural beauty whenever she can.
Entertainers are used to wearing make-up every day for work commitments and red-carpets but some become dependent on their cosmetics and refuse to be caught death without them.
Famous women who are comfortable in their own skin and don’t mind going makeup free are often ridiculed for looking “weird” without make-up.
Nadia Nakai learned how mean internet trolls can be when a picture taken during a spa day went viral in 2018.
The rapper was not wearing any make-up and Twitter users claimed she was “unrecognisable”.
The haters took things one step and dug up old pictures of stars like Bonang Matheba and Lerato Kganyago without make-up.
But Nomzamo does not care what the haters say and is not ashamed to show her fans the “real” her.
Despite having one of the most beautiful faces in the business, Nomzamo says she hates close-up pictures.
“I usually hate close-up images, but I’ll compromise on this one!” she captioned this picture of herself without make-up.
Nomzamo showed off her natural beauty during a jam session on Instagram.
The actress was listening to one of her favourite gospel songs in the video, but we were more mesmerized by her make-up free face.
What is Nomzamo’s secret to looking good without make-up? Being happy and spreading love!
“This is the face you make when you remind everyone around you to spread some goodness! Spread some kindness and some cheer… is it working,” she wrote on Instagram.
While most stars you bump into at the mall have layers of makeup on and look ready for their closeup, Nomzamo likes to give her skin a break.
Her skin routine
Nomzamo gave her Instagram followers a glimpse into her daily skin routine. She says she can’t leave the house without putting sunscreen on her face and does not try to pop face pimples.
“I don’t usually get a lot of breakouts. When I do get breakouts it’s when it’s that time of the month and it’s usually on my chin… don’t touch your pimples. Do not touch your face. Let it go, you are putting germs,” she said.