Sasha Farrell June 28, 2018
It's No Makeup For Kristen Bell, Want To Revive Her 'Mojo'

Kristen Bell comes up with a unique way to get back her ‘mojo.’ She has decided to stop doing any makeup. She was spotted lately in a black sports bra and no-make up look with just a bit of eye liner highlighting her eyes. It cannot be denied that this look added a different charm to Bell and might encourage more people to opt for natural looks.

On her Barefoot Bootcamp on the Set and Flow Academy, this Frozen star celebrity admitted that the academy has helped her a lot to get back her own charming beauty, devoid of any artificial makeup.

Bell has also been lately seen to speak for the families facing crisis at the borders. Dressed in a black and white stripes shirt, olive green trousers, leather jacket and flat shoes, the star used minimal makeup of light blush and short curls on her blue node hair. Her dress was a casual and apt for the event; making her stand clear and serious about the immigrant children. The event was named as Keep Families Together Rally and Toy Drive and was help at Los Angeles. Her two page long speech raised concerns about the inappropriate way in which immigrant kids were being treated and requests to people to come up for the cause.

Bell is not the only celebrity to support the cause, last week George and Amal Clooney declared a donation of $100,000 for the welfare of immigrant children in US. The couple went ahead to comment that what answer they will give to their children in future when they ask what action their patents have taken when babies were taken away from their parents and put in detention centers. Another such whooping amount of $288,000 was donated by Chrissy Teigen and John Legend to American Civil Liberties Union on the occasion of Donald Trump’s 72nd birthday.

Sasha Farrell

Sasha Farrell is a privileged and versatile content writer and editor in the domains of Pharma, Health, and Medical. Before getting into the writing world, Sasha was working as an STM editor for few renowned authors and publications, which gave head-start to rifle through the Pharma, Health, and Medical Innovations.

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