Whoever said Hollywood actresses don't look good without makeup clearly hasn't laid eyes on Jennifer Lawrence.
The Oscar winner touched down at a Montreal airport this week without any makeup on. Despite a flight that started in Paris and lasted more than six hours long, the Hunger Games star looked drop dead gorgeous in her all-black outfit that included a fedora hat, lightweight sweater and carry-on handbag.
Lawrence was able to add a little color with her pink-and-black heels. Nice touch, girl!
The 22-year-old actress was in France earlier this week to support Paris Fashion Week. In between running into famous friends like music superstar Rihanna, Lawrence was able to enjoy several runway shows, including Christian Dior at Hotel Des Invalides.
Regardless of where she travels, the actress continues to prove why she deserves the honorary title and status as one of People magazine's Most Beautiful People.
Whether on the red carpet for the hottest films or running everyday errands, the star doesn't have to rely on makeup for a beautiful face. Earlier this year, Lawrence attended The Great Gatsby world premiere in New York City with just a touch of lip gloss, eye shadow and mascara. Talk about stunning and fresh!
When she took a break from her busy filming schedule this spring, Lawrence had a chance to let her hair down in Hawaii with a casual, makeup-free look.
But don't get us wrong, Lawrence still loves her makeup and looks gorgeous when she chooses to use it. While filming American Hustle with Bradley Cooper, the actress was spotted on several occasions with a glammed up hairdo and stunning face. Cooper sure is a lucky guy to spend so much time with her.
As she arrives back in Montreal, Lawrence is expected to continue filming X-Men: Days of Future Past with Ellen Page, Hugh Jackman and ex-boyfriend Nicholas Hoult. When not shooting scenes for the superhero flick, Jen and Nicholas have been spotted hanging out together—let the reunion rumors begin!
One thing we do know is Lawrence continues to look great! Keep up the good work, girl!