Julianne Hough is barely recognisable in this no-makeup IG selfie

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Photo credit: MediaPunch/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
Photo credit: MediaPunch/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
  • Julianne Hough took to the streets of New York City with her brother rocking a no-makeup look.

  • The actress and dancer was showing off her glowing, natural skin while taking a break from her POTUS stage makeup, and she looked *totally* different.

  • Julianne uses facial balms and castor oil to cleanse her skin and makes sure to give her body some TLC after her shows.

At 33, Julianne Hough looks as youthful and happy as ever. In an Instagram story, Julianne smiled alongside her brother, Derek, in a no-makeup selfie that displayed her natural-looking, glowing skin... and also made everyone do a double take.

With her recent Broadway debut in POTUS and her extensive performance history, Julianne is accustomed to the glitz and the glam of show business—heavy makeup and all. She typically applies makeup daily—even on her body—before heading onto the big stage. But she was clearly taking a break from all that this week!

The Emmy award-winning actress, dancer, singer, and entrepreneur has a lot on her plate, but she makes taking care of her body and skin a priority. 'I'm all about my skin,' the celeb told Woman's Day.

Julianne uses her free time to cleanse and relax. 'With all the makeup I wear, it is important for me to have clean, smooth skin,' she said.

When it comes to her nightly skincare routine, the star uses BIC Soleil Escape, which she says 'feels luxurious and relaxing, while also setting me up for success the next day.'

Julianne also loves balms and is a big fan of Oak Essentials. Facial balms are incredibly hydrating cleansers that contain various beneficial oils. They are also effective in removing water-resistant SPF and sweat-proof makeup.

Julianne also uses Castor Oil and considers the product to be something she can't live without. 'I use it every day for lots of things: I’ll put it in my hair and even use it to remove makeup. It takes it off in one shot because the oil really sticks to things,' she told The Strategist. 'I just make sure that it’s organic and meant for use on the body.'

I'm all about this life hack. Thanks for the tip, Julianne!

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