Sarah Drew Without Makeup – No Makeup Pictures

Sarah Drew Without Cosmetics


Sarah Drew looks astonishing without makeup. Below, she is pictured with little to no makeup on her face.

Sarah was born October 1, 1980 in Stony Brook, New York to a teacher and Presbyterian pastor. Drew has Bachelor’s degree from University of Virginia in Drama. Her notable roles are Hannah Rogers on Everwood, Kitty Romano on Mad Men, and Dr. April Kepner on Grey’s Anatomy. Sarah’s husband Peter Lanfer is UCLA lecturer. They are married since 2002 and have two kids.

No Makeup Pictures

Sarah Drew is looking stunning when she is makeup-free. Check out her natural beauty and smooth skin.

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

In the industry, I got a lot of attention for ‘Mad Men,’ because everyone in the industry watches it.

Sarah Drew

If I get recognized, it’s because someone notices me at the checkout counter at the grocery store. I really live a very normal life and have been able to keep my privacy.

Sarah Drew

Even today, you get criticized if you’re staying at home, because you’re not doing enough with your life, but you get criticized for being a career woman because you’re not raising your kids.

Sarah Drew

I’ve struggled a lot in my life with feeling like a failure. I lived in a ‘prison of perfectionism,’ holding myself to a standard I couldn’t possibly live up to. Then I became a mom, and all of a sudden, there arose even more opportunities for failure.

Sarah Drew

I do think Hollywood is recognizing that there’s a craving for it, that there’s a huge audience in our country. They want movies that they can bring their families to. They want movies that are going to speak to their heart, in a way that’s refreshing to their hearts. And Hollywood is learning that there’s money to be made there.

Sarah Drew

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