Adele has floored her social media followers with a series of striking photos in which she has ditched her trademark winged eyeliner and gone completely make-up free. The notoriously private Hello hitmaker delighted her fans as she gave them a rare glimpse into her life offstage as she enjoyed some rare downtime during her tour.
Adele wowed fans as she went make-up free in candid snaps
In the candid black-and-white snaps posted on her Instagram account, the 28-year-old can be seen looking as radiant as ever as she enjoyed the outdoors during her stay in Vancouver, where she performed at the Rogers Arena on Wednesday night.
One photo sees the British beauty basking in the sun while sitting outside on a terrace, wearing a stylish maxi dress with sheer lace detailing, her hair swept to the side for ultimate laidback glamour.
The star posted a series of backstage photos on Instagram
In a separate photo, Adele showed off her sense of humour as she headed backstage at the arena ahead of her performance, donning a security guard jumpsuit and jokingly pouting for the camera, once again showing off her glowing complexion by opting to wear no make-up, and sweeping her hair up into a messy top knot.
The Set Fire to the Rain singer also shared a sweet photo of herself visiting Denver in Colorado, lounging in a pool and laughing with friends as she put her head under a waterfall feature.
Adele also shared a photo from her trip to Denver
Despite being renowned for her flawless make-up, Adele has previously admitted that she doesn't know how to create her look herself.
"I can't actually do my own hair and make-up, which is a first world problem," she told the Daily Star. "But the good thing about it is no one recognises me when I go to the shops or to the park because it doesn't look like me."
The singer's winged eyeliner look has become iconic
Explaining that this means she doesn't "need to go out in disguise", Adele quipped that because people fail to recognise her, she has a reputation for being a "hermit".
She said: "People think I'm a hermit but it's just because no one recognises me when I go out."