BBC Children in Need is all about raising money, having fun and changing lives and this year they've come up with a beauty bonanza.
Go BearFaced was such a success last year that the BBC are asking women across the UK to surrender their slap once more.
Women are encouraged to spend Friday 8th November without makeup and instead opt for a Post Office Pawprint.
Swapping your make-up for a Pudsey Bear pawprint may seem like a big ask but it's a simple way to raise money for BBC Children in Need.
You'll be in great company too with celebrity beauty Kimberley Walsh daring to bare all and model Suki Waterhouse going make-up free.
The stellar line-up, also included TV faves Arlene Phillips, Alex Jones, Sheridan Smith, Laura Whitmore and Jo Wood, posed for famed photographer Rankin.
Alex Jones said: “There are so many children and young people across the UK who need our help, so how could I say no to the BBC Children in Need BearFaced campaign? Join me and hundreds of other women going Bearfaced November 8th.”
Showing off their cute Pudsey Bear pad print these famous faces prove that there's nothing quite like the feeling of going foundation-free.
No airbrushing and no touch-ups necessary, embrace your freckles and celebrate those dimples - the 8th November is gonna be for fresh faces only!
You can get your pawprint now at Post Offices across the UK.
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