Hand over your cosmetics kit this November for Children in Need. Alongside many famous faces, women up and down the country are wiping off their make-up and embracing the nude look all for a great cause.Most celebs wouldn't be seen without completing their full beauty regime, but supermodel and mum of four, Heidi Klum, recently bared all and revealed her bare face alongside fellow model Louise Redknapp.
Also supporting the BearFaced campaign was Caroline Flack, Xtra-Factor presenter and a renowned eyeliner and lipstick fan. The 32-year-old posed for promotional images in a bid to encourage others to join the appeal.Caroline looked as radiant as the other gracious ladies who were all photographed by celeb snapper Rankin who has also previously done portraits of Kate Moss, Kylie Minogue and the Queen.Although make-up-free, the only mark on their flawlessly natural faces was the charity's official beauty spot – a Pudsey-style pawprint.
On Friday 9, as part of this year's fundraising appeal, you can also show your part by putting your own Pudsey pawprint for a small sum of 50p that will be donated to the cause – and these adorable little marks also come in diamante spots!So get sponsered to put on your make-up free face like Heidi, Louise and Caroline. Encourage your friends, family and colleagues to join in, because every penny raised will go on to help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.