Tennis champion Venus Williams turned heads with a photo that she shared on her Instagram page. Fans were stunned by her glowing skin in her recent makeup-free selfies.
Seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams can dress up and dress down, depending on the occasion. Whether she's bringing the heat on the tennis courts or just taking a casual swim, she always looks gorgeous.
In a recent post on her Instagram page, the tennis icon who won her first Wimbledon title in July 2000, shared a series of selfies flaunting her natural beauty and beautiful skin glowing against the bright lights.
Williams' selfies were taken during a night swim where the dark skies and blue water could be seen behind her. The star wore a black swim cap with pink flower decorations.
Her flawless skin looked radiant in the bright night light. She was pictured with a serious face highlighting her almond-shaped eyes and her regal cheekbones. She also teased a little skin with her bare shoulders.
Fans were in awe of the tennis star's effortless beauty and flawless skin. Over 30k followers liked the pictures which also received hundreds of comments. The post was captioned, "Night swim."
One fan gushed, "Wow your skin is gorgeous. have a good swim," while another commented, "You are GORGEOUS Vee!!!" Health coach and fitness trainer, Jeanette Jenkins wrote, "Skin is a glooooowwwing!"
Williams' skin is the result of a dedicated skincare regimen. The tennis star takes her skincare very seriously and swears by essential oils, antioxidants, and sunscreen. She told W Magazine that exfoliation "gives your skin life."
The Eleven By Venus owner uses products like the Asutra Love Your Skin Purifying Rose Body Oil on her face and body to give her skin that youthful, radiant glow and sunscreen products from Credo Beauty.
In fact, Williams loves the Credo skincare brand so much that she partnered with them to bring a line of mineral-based sunscreen products. The brand EleVen by Venus x Credo launched in May.
The beauty aficionado said she wanted to create a line of SPF products that would suit all skin tones without leaving any white residue. She also told Allure that she would consider expanding into color cosmetics too.
With all the talk about future plans in cosmetics and her successful activewear line, one may wonder if the tennis superstar will return to the courts after her exit from the last Grand Slam tournament.
Forbes reported that Williams said that she was not yet planning for her future in tennis, citing that 2020 had been a long year of quarantine, and she was looking forward to resting.