Selena Gomez Goes Makeup-Free for Series of New ‘Real’ Selfies — See the Photos!

The singer and actress posed for two makeup-free photos shared on Instagram Saturday

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Selena Gomez is sharing a "real" moment!

The singer and actress, 31, shared a series of makeup-free images on Instagram Saturday.

"Real," Gomez captioned a black-and-white closeup of her face, in which she wore her hair down, as her freckles could be seen on the bridge of her nose.

Gomez was met in the comments section with praise from various famous friends, including BFF Nicola Peltz Beckham, who celebrated her natural beauty. "You’re so beautiful 💖💖💖," Peltz Beckham, 29, wrote.

"Real stunning inside and out," added Lily Collins, as Camila Cabello joked, "Good god woman have mercy."

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Selena Gomez on Instagram

Gomez kept the candid theme going on her Instagram Story, posting a selfie of herself making a funny face.

With one eye closed, the star's hair was unstyled and she appeared to be wearing a gray robe.

Along with being honest in photos, the Rare Beauty founder has also been keeping it real when it comes to her struggle with self-esteem.

At a SXSW panel in early March, called "Mindfulness Over Perfection: Getting Real On Mental Health," Gomez spoke about how watching her 2022 Apple TV+ documentary My Mind & Me, which focused on mental health, made her realize that she had to be kinder to herself.

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"It makes me sick to hear the things that I was saying about myself in the beginning. It bums me out," the Only Murders in the Building star said at the event, which was also attended by her mom and Wondermind co-founder Mandy Teefey.

"It's important to speak to yourself with kindness, but I don't think I really understood that [at the start of the film]," she continued.

Gomez and Teefy, 47, got the idea to start Wondermind, an online community that focuses on mental health, early in the star's career.

They later founded the company in December 2021 to give people a safe space online to talk about their mental health struggles.

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