Cindy Crawford radiates natural beauty in makeup-free video: 'Always stunning'

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Cindy Crawford beauty transformation video
Supermodel Cindy Crawford took to Instagram to share a cheek beauty transformation video. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

Cindy Crawford oozes confidence both with and without makeup.

The 56-year-old supermodel took to Instagram on Thursday to share a new video featuring a fast beauty transformation with her more than 6.4-million followers.

In the post, Crawford shows off her makeup-free, natural beauty until she flips her honey brown locks to reveal a gorgeous glam look that's red carpet ready.

"If only it was this easy," the fashion legend joked.

Crawford's post was met with love from her fans, with many complimenting the model's natural beauty and noting she looks gorgeous either way.

"You have always been my benchmark of beauty! You have a natural look. You were gorgeous even in the before part!" wrote one fan.

"Always stunning. And yes, I wish getting ready was this fast! Maybe I could get ready more than once a week," another joked.

"The most beautiful woman! No makeup and makeup — either way!" someone raved.

"Amazingly stunning as always," one person replied.

Cindy Crawford reflected on the changes of the fashion industry. (Photo by Presley Ann/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)
Cindy Crawford reflected on the changes of the fashion industry. (Photo by Presley Ann/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

"I think for you, it might actually be," joked Danish model Helena Christensen.

In a 2020 interview with Byrdie, Crawford said she's ecstatic to see a shift in the beauty industry where all kinds of people are getting the spotlight.

"Because of social media, everyone is a model in their own right. And we're seeing all different types of beauty reflected in a much more extensive way," she said. "From weight to height to even natural makeup versus a lot of makeup. There is no longer just one ideal of beauty."

Crawford went on to say that while the supermodels in the '80s and '90s, like Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Claudia Schiffer, weren't all copy-and-paste clones, she's excited today's industry has improved in diversity.

"I think now if you look at a runway, it's like that times a thousand," Crawford told the magazine. "And I think it's really exciting for young people to see themselves reflected in different ideas of beauty."

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