Saturday, April 14, 2018

#BLACKWOMANMAGIC - REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA BARE Their NAKED FACES For PEOPLE MAG!!!

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For their upcoming BEAUTIFUL ISSUE, the really good folks at PEOPLE Magazine requested for ALL of the women of ALL of the REAL HOUSEWIVES franchises to pose makeup-free for a bare naked-faced selfie!!!

Not ever ones to be shrinking violets, or; ever to shy from a challenge, ALL of the beauties from the REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA were more than happy to oblige PEOPLE Magazine.

Here are a few interview interludes.


-CCG








CYNTHIA BAILEY

When do you feel most beautiful? 
I feel the most beautiful when I’m in love. There is something about being in love that gives you a glow and makes you look and feel more beautiful on a much deeper, spiritual level.
What does being make-up free mean to you? 
To me, being makeup free means freedom and transparency, freedom to be completely comfortable to own my God given beauty in its purest and most natural state.
Are there features you’re self-conscious about and if so, how have you helped yourself feel more confident about them?
I am a little self-conscious about my dark circles when I don’t get enough sleep. I am sleeping better these days, so it hasn’t been a big issue. However, I always keep my Nars concealer close by just in case.








KANDI BURRUSS

When do you feel most beautiful?
When I’m out and I run into someone for the first time and they say you are so much prettier in person. I used to think it was a bad thing because I would think, “Well I must look bad on TV,” but then one person explained that a lot of celebs look bad when they aren’t made up. So for them to say I’m prettier in person when I didn’t have a whole glam squad putting me together makes me feel great.
Are there features you’re self-conscious about and if so, how have you helped yourself feel more confident about them?
I’m extremely self-conscious about the dark circles around my eyes. As a kid I hated them. I don’t think I ever became confident about them.









KENTA MOORE

When do you feel most beautiful?
Most girls would say they feel beautiful when they have full face of make-up on, be at their goal weight or have perfect hair, but I feel most beautiful in the morning when I wake up. Mostly because my husband loves me in my most natural state with no make-up on and hair looking a mess!
Are there features you’re self-conscious about and if so, how have you helped yourself feel more confident about them?
Since I was 13 years old I was diagnosed with cystic acne. I had to visit the dermatologist weekly to get injections in my face to get it under control, but now that I’m older, sometimes I feel insecure about the scarring it left. Being on TV makes you a target for criticism and it used to really make me self-conscious because I was constantly teased about my textured skin and pitted scars shown in High Definition TV. Although my skin isn’t perfect now, I think it’s beautiful. The beauty of my skin is its deep rich chocolate hue. Besides, internal beauty is always from within and I believe loving your flaws make you more beautiful.








KIM  ZOLCIAK

What physical feature have you always loved to play up?
My eyes! I have hazel-greenish eyes and depending on my eye makeup they can even look yellow. My eyes are on the smaller side though so lots of lashes.
As you’ve gotten older, how has your beauty routine changed?
I use the same moisturizer that I have used for 20 years but I have added peptides and growth factors in more recently.










 NENE LEAKES

What does being makeup-free mean to you? 
I’m makeup-free more than I am in makeup, and for me it just means being yourself without any fuss.
Are there features you’re self-conscious about and if so, how have you helped yourself feel more confident about them?
I used to feel self-conscious about my nose! I totally helped myself by having rhinoplasty and that’s a decision I definitely don’t regret.









PORSCHA WILLIAMS

What physical feature have you always loved to play up?
I love to play up my eyes. I have always had big eyes! Because of that, I like to wear winged eyeliner and a nice, thick brow since it really brings them out. Plus, I have my dad’s eyes who has since passed away, but from time-to-time I look in the mirror and see him. It’s a heart-warming feeling to have such a strong feature from someone I love so much.
Are there features you’re self-conscious about and if so, how have you helped yourself feel more confident about them?
I have always had dark circles around my eyes. I used to always hide them with concealer, but as I have gotten older I have let that insecurity go. I used to use my dark circles to call out from work because when I wouldn’t cover them people would say “Do you feel okay?” and I would say “No, actually I need to go home early.” But again, as I have aged, I’ve learned to love every part of me no matter what.









SHEREE WHITFIELD

What physical feature have you always loved to play up?
I love to play up my lips with bright bold colors, nudes, mattes and sometimes gloss. 
Are there features you’re self-conscious about and if so, how have you helped yourself feel more confident about them? 
I have a scar on my jaw that I use to be really self-conscious about, but as I’ve gotten older I’ve learned to love my imperfections and beauty marks as they are unique to only me.





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