Caitriona Balfe Without Makeup – No Makeup Pictures

Caitriona Balfe Without Cosmetics


Caitriona Balfe looks hot without makeup. Below, the model is pictured with little to no makeup on her face.

Caitriona was born 4 October 1979 in Monaghan, Ireland. As a fashion model, she’s used to pose in public wearing just a bra and panties. And she doesn’t hesitate to do the same while acting. In 2013 movie Crush, Balfe also apeared in very revealing scenes. She has appeared on the cover of Vogue, Elle, and other. In 2014, Caitriona is playing Claire Randall in TV series Outlander.

No Makeup Pictures

Caitriona Balfe is looking captivating when she is makeup-free. Check out her natural beauty and impressive skin.

Caitriona Balfe No Makeup Natural Look
The model looks totally different without makeup.
Caitriona Balfe No Makeup
Model Caitriona Balfe looks almost unrecognizable without makeup.
Caitriona Balfe Without Makeup
Caitriona Balfe has a natural glow without makeup.
Caitriona Balfe Without Makeup Photo
Natural beauty: Whether she's wearing makeup or not, Caitriona Balfe is comfortable in her own skin.

What is makeup? Well it includes products such as: cosmetics, foundation, powder, rouge and blusher. Other examples are: concealer, lipstick and mascara.

Inspirational Quotes by Caitriona Balfe

It’s great to play someone who’s so unafraid of being who she is.

Caitriona Balfe

The hardest part when I decided to move into acting was trusting I’d made the right decision.

Caitriona Balfe

I saw a documentary on the Naadam festival that happens in Mongolia during the summer. One of the features of it is a horse race across the plains that all the young men enter – some as young as 12 years old. It’s such a spectacular sight. It’s incredible to think that this is a tradition that has been going on for centuries.

Caitriona Balfe

I think women today are really struggling with these dual roles: How do you have a full-time career and be ambitious and still take care of your family?

Caitriona Balfe

Every so often, we – women in film and TV – get annoyed and frustrated. We kick up a fuss and make some gains. But then we become complacent, and things slide backwards again until the next generation comes up and gets frustrated again.

Caitriona Balfe

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