Cybill Shepherd Without Makeup – No Makeup Pictures

Cybill Shepherd Without Cosmetics

Biography

Cybill Shepherd looks outstanding without makeup. Below, she is pictured with little to no makeup on her face.

Cybill was born February 18, 1950 in Memphis, Tennesseee. At the age of sixteen, Shepherd won Miss Teenage Memphis and soon after that started a career in modeling business. Her exceptional beauty helped her also gain roles in Hollywood. She played in Taxi Driver, Silver Bears, Listen to Your Heart, and most recently in Rose.She dated a local auto parts dealer named David Ford and after she became pregnant the couple got married. However, the marriage ended in divorce. Her second husband was chiropractor Bruce Oppenheim but this romantic relationship also didn’t last. Shepherd has three kids. Her daughter Clementine is also an actress.

No Makeup Pictures

Cybill Shepherd is looking admirable when she is makeup-free. Check out her natural beauty and beautiful skin.

Cybill Shepherd Without Makeup
Looking good: Cybill Shepherd without makeup still looks stunning
Cybill Shepherd No Makeup
No Makeup: Does Cybill Shepherd look better with or without makeup?
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Cybill Shepherd has a natural glow without makeup.
Cybill Shepherd No Makeup Natural Look
Cybill Shepherd with little to no makeup!

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 Cybill Shepherd

Some people say I’m attractive. I say I agree.

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‘Taxi Driver’ was one of the happiest moments of my career.

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I had the serendipity of modeling during a temporary interlude between Twiggy and Kate Moss, when it was actually okay for women to look as if we ate and enjoyed life.

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When I’m saying hysteria, I’m referring to Freud, because all the women were coming to him with symptoms and seeking help, and he just called it hysteria.

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You know, women have a history of just being – we’ve been told all our lives not to say – in the fifties you couldn’t say birth or even be pregnant hardly on television – and then gradually things have changed.

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