Kelsey McEwen is 'feeling good,' reveals she underwent skin hyperpigmentation treatment

The meteorologist shared her latest monochromatic look on Instagram.

Kelsey McEwen is feeling "really good" about her latest on-air look.

On Friday, the Canadian meteorologist for CTV's "Your Morning" shared a set of stunning photos in an all-grey outfit and makeup that "feels as good as it looks."

In the snaps, McEwen posed while wearing pale grey trousers and a matching vest, paired with grey suede stilettos. She wore her hair in beachy, tousled waves with a white hair clip and completed her polished ensemble with a soft pink lipstick and neutral eye makeup.

"Feeling good, head to toe, thanks to this monochromatic moment, mermaid waves for days, and skin that feels as good as it looks," she captioned the post.

McEwen revealed that after three weeks since Secret RF — a skin treatment that consists of micro-needling to "stimulate and remodel collagen and address the common signs of aging" — her skin's hyperpigmentation has noticeably improved.

"This has been huge for me," she shared before explaining that her skin's improvement allows her to wear less makeup during her broadcasts.

"I don’t like to wear a ton of makeup, but I also want my skin to have an even tone — especially for [television]. This means we could use less foundation/concealer overall, and I feel really good!"

In the comments, fans praised the Calgary-native for her "absolutely stunning" look.

"Gorgeous as always," an Instagram user penned, while another wrote: "Everything about this and you is [fire]."

One commenter added: "Looking amazing!"

"So beautiful," commented another alongside a flame emoji.

"Absolutely stunning as always," one person shared.

Another fan added: "Glowing!"

Back in February, McEwen fired back at a Twitter user for shaming one of her on-air outfits.

"Welcome back @KelseyMcEwen #WeatherGirl from @YourMorning," the comment reads. "How come none of your cohorts haven't told you #PantyLines #CamelToe #BubbleButt #RedIsNotYourFriend."

She replied to the tweet, letting the commenter know that she feels "zero shame" about her appearance.

"Listen, I own my body, cameltoe and bubble butt included," she rebutted. Your words bring me zero shame. Your feelings about my body and outfit are a you problem, not a me problem. And red? Red is [fire]. The only thing that isn’t my friend here, is you."

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