Reunited Irish girl group B*Witched have ditched their glamorous looks to go make-up free for a magazine photoshoot.
The C'est La Vie hitmakers posed with bare faces for Britain's Heat magazine to show young fans what they look like without the help of cosmetics or airbrushing.
Singer Sinead O'Carroll says, "None of us have had anything done - no Botox, no fillers, nothing - so this is to show everyone how we really look."
Bandmate Lindsay Armaou adds, "There's a lot of pressure, especially on young girls, to look like the really polished version of celebs you see in magazines. It's nice for them to see pictures like this."
And singer Edele Lynch admits going without cosmetics was terrifying: "I wouldn't ever step outside without make-up. I always like to have concealer, blusher and mascara on."
But she added, "When I've had my (forehead) scar airbrushed out in the past, I look weird. I don't like it to be removed. I've had it since I was three, so I'm not me without it."
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