Here's What Kate Winslet Looks Like Going Makeup-Free

Actress Kate Winslet has one of the most beautiful faces in Hollywood, and part of her allure is her commitment to embracing aging as a natural part of life. Unlike many in her profession, one little-known fact about Winslet is that she refuses to give in to plastic surgery, telling The Telegraph "it goes against my morals."

Instead, she strives to embrace the ideals that her parents raised her with, that she is beautiful just the way she is ... at any age.

Though the beauty industry pushes products and procedures on women that claim to maintain youth, Winslet feels that prioritizing health and wellness is more important. In Vogue, she explained, "Honestly, I have learned that health comes before reaching for a mirror or a bottle of product. And if anything, I do look in the mirror less and less as I get older. "

She did add that staying hydrated is key for her, especially before a big event, telling the publication, "So my top tip would be water. Water, water, water. Keep the body hydrated and the skin will follow suit. And I try and stay away from salt and alcohol before an important occasion and throw a few green smoothies together in a Nutribullet."

Kate Winslet without any makeup

Though Kate Winslet is a L'Oréal Paris' spokesperson, she has enjoyed not having to wear makeup much during the last year. She told Harper's Bazaar, "What's been so nice is that we've all been unified in our joy of not having to put makeup on and not make so much of an effort. I've actually enjoyed really not wearing makeup, and certainly wearing less of it."

While Winslet doesn't believe in altering your natural looks with surgery, she does enjoy wearing makeup on occasion. Yet even with that, she doesn't go overboard either. She has been known to do her own makeup for the red carpet at times, according to People, "There are some days when I just don't like all the fuss and faff that can come with lots of people prodding and fiddling with your face and hair."

She also confesses that makeup isn't what makes you look your best; it's being relaxed and healthy, "If I'm over-tired or stressed, no amount of make-up and hair can disguise the impact of that on one's face."