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Winnie Harlow looks radiant in her most recent social media pictures.
On Tuesday, the 26-year-old model shared several sun-kissed and makeup-free photos with her 8.4 million Instagram followers. Harlow glowed as she posed in her tye-dye bikini giving fans summer vibes in November.
“No makeup, Turn it up,” she captioned one of the posts.
Fans took to the comments to make it known that they could not get enough of Harlow’s bare face.
“Oh I see you’re giving It to them like THAT!” one fan praised. “You look so beautiful OMG,” someone wrote. “GIRL you got the heat allll the way up this morninggg,” another person said. “U don't need make up,” a user declared.
Harlow shared several other photos seemingly from the same shoot. One of the posts included shots with her boyfriend, NBA player Kyle Kuzma.
The America’s Next Top Model alum has always been a spokesperson for confidence. During an interview with the National Post in 2016, Harlow made it clear that she does not care what other people think about how she looks.
“I knew from growing up that people would have their opinions, I really just didn’t care,” she said. “I literally just grasped my beauty and put it on display even though others would have their say, I decided to make my statement first...But I think making your opinion more important to you than others’ opinions are to you, that’s the most important thing — I don’t care if you think I’m beautiful, I think I’m beautiful.”
During the interview, Harlow, who has vitiligo, also noted that she is aware that she has inspired others with her success, but she clarified that she does not see herself as a “role model.”
“For me and for Google, role model is defined by someone who you emulate and copy pretty much, and I wouldn’t want anyone to copy me and I don’t want to copy anyone else, but I do draw loads of inspiration from everyone around me and I enjoy people getting inspiration from me,” she added.
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