Kirsten Vangsness Without Makeup – No Makeup Pictures

Kirsten Vangsness Without Cosmetics


Kirsten Vangsness looks typically lovely, but what does the model look like without makeup? Below are pictures revealing how her makeup-free face looks.

Kirsten was born 7 July 1972 in Pasadena, California. She has Norwegian ancestry. Vangsness appeared in several movies and TV series but her by far most famous role is Penelope Garcia, technical analyst of the Behavioral Analysis Unit on Criminal Minds. She also played in spin-off series Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. Her other recent role is Meredith Champagne on Pretty the Series.

No Makeup Pictures

Kirsten Vangsness is looking amazing when she is makeup-free. Check out her natural beauty and beautiful skin.

Kirsten Vangsness No Makeup
Bold: Kirsten Vangsness goes makeup-free and is not afraid to show her natural beauty.
Kirsten Vangsness Makeup-free
Kirsten Vangsness without makeup - is she a real beauty?
Kirsten Vangsness No Makeup Natural Look
Natural beauty: Whether she's wearing makeup or not, Kirsten Vangsness is comfortable in her own skin.
Kirsten Vangsness Without Makeup
Model Kirsten Vangsness looks almost unrecognizable without 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 Kirsten Vangsness

You would never argue about a straight girl playing a lesbian. Everybody still watched ‘The L Word.’ I feel like we have such great role models, like Jane Lynch and Jodie Foster and all these people that you don’t even think about.

Kirsten Vangsness

From the time I was about 7 until I was about 13 or 14, I looked like I was Pat from ‘Saturday Night Live.’ I’m not exaggerating, remotely.

Kirsten Vangsness

I dress like a 7-year-old space pilot. I have clothes that I still wear regularly from high school.

Kirsten Vangsness

On television, you have an intimate moment with the camera. In theater, you are making something live with people there. My brain doesn’t understand that you don’t get another take ever. I’m finally learning on TV that you can do something over if you make a mistake.

Kirsten Vangsness

I didn’t want that 15 minutes of fame moment like, ‘Oh, she said she was gay.’

Kirsten Vangsness

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