Heavily made-up Cara Delevingne almost unrecognisable on magazine cover

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Cara Delevingne is unrecognisable on the latest cover of LOVE magazine [Photo: LOVE magazine]

Cara Delevingne is undoubtedly one of the fashion industry’s most sought after models with countless runway appearances and beauty campaigns plastered across her CV.

After taking a brief hiatus from the catwalk to focus on her acting career, she’s back and looks unrecognisable on her latest cover shoot.

For LOVE magazine, the 26-year-old is pictured decked in theatrical make-up with burnt orange eyeshadow and powder pink blush dusted over her cheeks.

In an unsurprising move, the model delivers serious eyebrow envy with her iconic brows heavily pencilled in.

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A studded Prada headpiece and crisp white shirt finishes the standout newsstand aesthetic which makes up one of three magazine covers in the publication’s #MovingLove series.

Yet despite her indisputable beauty, the model admits in the interview that she struggled with self perception growing up.

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“My idea of beauty as a kid was that everything was beautiful,” she said. “But beauty to me was nature and animals and the sky.”

“Everything was beautiful. I didn’t necessarily think of people as beautiful, and definitely not that I was beautiful myself.”

In reference to her own experience with body image, she added: “The first time I really felt beautiful was when someone truly said that they loved me for me.”

But she’s not the only A-lister to appear in the biannual magazine’s #MovingLove series, as David Beckham also stars on one of the covers.

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The former footballer is pictured sporting teal eyeshadow and smudged eyeliner on the cover decked in head-to-toe Dior.

In the interview, the father-of-four opened up about his childhood and dreams of becoming a professional footballer.

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I was always that kid in the corner that didn’t really say much,” he said. “I knew that once I was on the field, I was confident. It was all I ever wanted: to be a professional footballer.”

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