Rose McIver Without Makeup – No Makeup Pictures

Rose McIver Without Cosmetics


Rose McIver looks stunning without makeup. Below, she is pictured with little to no makeup on her face.

Rose was born October 10, 1988 in Auckland, New Zealand. She is a famous Australian actress known for her role Summer Landsdown in TV series Power Rangers RPM (2009). In 2002, Rose won TV Guide NZ Television Award for Best Juvenile Actress for Xena Warrior Princess (“Little Problems”) and Visa Entertainment Screen Award Best NZ Actress for The Lovely Bones (2010). In 2015, Rose will be starring Olivia ‘Liv’ Moore on new TV show iZombie.

No Makeup Pictures

Rose McIver is looking splendid when she is makeup-free. Check out her natural beauty and beautiful skin.

Rose McIver Without Makeup
Looking good: Rose McIver without makeup still looks stunning.
Rose McIver No Makeup
No Makeup: Does Rose McIver look better with or without makeup?
Rose McIver Without Makeup Photo
Rose McIver has a natural glow without makeup.
Rose McIver No Makeup Natural Look
Rose McIver 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 Rose McIver

I really like questions. I like people who write scripts because they’re asking questions, not because they’re giving answers. It’s something that I look for.

Rose McIver

I work with a stylist called Devon Nuszer and a makeup artist called Aaron Barry, and between those two, I trust them implicitly. I have the things I do over and over again and that I feel safe with, but they inspire me to take risks, and I trust them so much.

Rose McIver

I love having the laid-back, easy-going, family-priority nature of New Zealand, but I’m certainly enjoying the States in terms of the career opportunities and the enthusiasm I get to find work.

Rose McIver

The best way to study to be an actor is to interact genuinely with the people around you and observe and listen.

Rose McIver

The great thing about being an actor in a film is that you’re able to start knowing exactly where you’re going to finish and really paint something in between. You can work to know the arc you need to build. Whereas in television, it is open-ended, and you’re constantly guessing. There are pros and cons to both.

Rose McIver

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