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Alicia Keys And The No Makeup Ok Just A little Movement

”If you’re going to do something don’t half ass it, use your full ass!” By now you’ve heard about Alicia Keys’ vow to not wear makeup. For her going sans makeup was empowering, freeing and she wanted other women to have that same experience. This had the internet torn between “Yay, you go girl!”, “ Who cares?” and “Girl what?.” Even though apparently she wasn’t exactly true to the no makeup movement herself.
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