Rosie Huntington-Whiteley closed the Balmain show in Paris yesterday and showed off her natural beauty with a bare face.
Her and the other models took to the runway with a simple beauty look that was made from fresh, flowing skin and natural hair.
Rosie, who hadn't previously walked in a runway this fashion month, looked beautiful in two looks for the Spring Summer 14 collection from the French label.
Speaking to WWD backstage at the event, make-up artist Tom Pecheux said: "Basically, we're not doing any makeup; we are doing a spa treatment today.
"The only fantasy is we're curling the lashes and brushing the eyebrows. The girls look very fresh, very happy."
The blonde beauty wore two looks in the show. One above and the other a long-sleeved blouse, which featured medieval silver and sheer mesh, and a white quilted high-waisted skirt with a ruffled hem.
Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing was keen to take 80s fashion trends and put a modern spin on them while ensuring it was still suitable for next spring.
Rosie and fellow famous models Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls and Georgia May Jagger strutted down the catwalk in oversized bombers and quilted denim jackets, which were paired with sexy pencil skirts.