Alicia Keys stays away from makeup for this cover

The singer gets real about natural beauty, women empowerment and the imbalance in the US.

Alicia Keys stays away from makeup for this cover

November 3rd, 2016

Alicia Keys is not backing down on her trend of not wearing any makeup. And she shows it off for V magazine’s November 2016 issue. Besides owning her natural beauty on the cover, Alicia gets honest about the double standards faced by working women, going makeup-free, and more.

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Despite the no-makeup look that Keys has been flaunting these past months, the musician set the record straight by clarifying she’s not anti-makeup.

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“I think that it’s definitely tricky being a woman,” Keys shares. “You go to work, and it’s like, if you don’t put on makeup that day people say, ‘Oh, you look so tired!’ It’s not only the entertainment industry, it’s not only the film industry, it’s not only the fashion industry, it’s not only every job that anyone works at or every magazine that everyone has read, it’s a collective consciousness.”

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“There’s nothing you could do to take away this unbelievably innate beauty that lives inside of you as a woman because we are the most spectacular creatures that were ever created,” she explains. “The most incredible thing is that all women are beautiful.”

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Keys also points out a separation that she perceives in America. “There’s definitely an imbalance,” Keys mentions, adding, “And I think that we’re all feeling that imbalance, to be honest.”

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Music, however, may be the connecting network that will help people to understand each other’s misunderstandings. “I love how much we all can identify with music,” Keys says. “Whether we’re artists or just working at the post office, music is our life.”

Do you like this makeup-free trend? 

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