Top 9 Amala Paul Without Makeup

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Amala Paul is a renowned south film actress who has had her fair share of hits and downfalls. This beauty after joining her college started upgrading her modeling portfolio through which she landed some low acclaimed film offers. Soon she started doing sides in Malayalam films and finally a controversial character portrayed by her in one of her films cut out a path for her through the forest to reach the top. Even though the film never made it big, she did.

Now considered one of the finest South Indian film leads, Amala Paul in this article will go through a series of no makeup transformations that might make her look a little different. But at the end of the day, we will be the judge of whether she really is a beautiful person inside out.

1. Fresh Faced Beauty:

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Sporting a trendy blouse in satin white, Amala in this picture had her hair open and natural, parted to the side as she looked marvelous in her minimalist look. As her sun kissed baked skin glistened, all she sported on her face was nothing but grace.

2. Going Natural At Shoots:

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In one of her earlier photo shoots actress Amala looked her part well as she embraced her imperfections and still boldly posed for the photo. Showing the world she strongly believes in flaws, here’s Amala in a red high neck and freckles smiling sweetly for the camera.

3. The Minimalist Look:

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A rather smooth skinned porcelain doll look has been flaunted by Amala here where she opted to go for a minimalist look. A traditional bindi adorned her forehead as her eyes had a soft touch of liner highlighting her features with maybe a soft rosy gloss added to the lips.

4. A Different Look:

Different Look

This time Amala tried a rather different look, a beautiful one where she donned on a pair of glasses and sported a beautiful studded gold earring. She looked quite graceful with her new accessory as her face void of makeup twitched into a smirk.

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