Kim Kardashian Shares More Photos From Her Makeup-Free Shoot

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Close your eyes and picture Kim Kardashian. The image that pops up probably looks a little something like this: full lashes, contoured cheeks, sleek waves, glossy nude lips. The star has a signature look, and she's not shy about sharing the elaborate process she goes through to achieve it. But her most recent magazine spread shows a whole new side of the ubiquitous star.

Photographed by Theo Wenner at The Beverly Hills Hotel for Vogue España, Kardashian appears barefaced with bedhead-y hair, playfully posing in her underwear, baggy jeans, and even PJs. She shared some pictures from the shoot on Instagram, writing in the captions, "We did the whole shoot without makeup," and, "Theo gave me no direction & just wanted to capture me being me."

We're not here to debate whether Kardashian is wearing a speck of tinted moisturizer or a false eyelash (or three) in the photos, because frankly, that's her choice. She clearly loves experimenting with makeup (or the lack thereof), and it's cool to see her try something different. And for the record, we think she looks stunning.

The issue hit newsstands yesterday. We have a collection of the photos from the spread that Kim shared on Instagram, ahead.

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