Cardi B, 25, shows off her pregnancy glow as she shares a photo of her makeup-free face

Monica Otayza
May 10, 2018
03:02 P.M.
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It is not common for celebrities to share no-makeup photographs of themselves, but Cardi B proved that natural beauty is nothing to be ashamed of. The hip-hop artist shows she can definitely keep it real as she shared a no-makeup selfie of herself on Instagram. 


While the 25-year-old has been sharing numerous photos of her all glammed up in this year's Met Gala, she shared a makeup-free photo of herself just days prior. 


"Knock me down 9 times but I get up 10 b****" 

Along with her clear skin, her black curly hair were also left unstyled. 

Fans were shocked to have seen this bare-faced photo of Cardi, especially since she is known for wearing multi-colored wigs and heavy and bold makeup during sightings. 


But it seems Belcalis Almanzar, known as Cardi B, is just like everybody else who dresses it down once in a while. 

With news that Cardi was due to give birth in July hit the internet, the 'Bodak Yellow' songstress made sure to announce her break from showbusiness during Washington's Broccoli Festival. 

"I wanted to make it clear and everything the Broccoli Fest will be my last performance... for um.. a little while... and everything. Because you know, shorty keep growing and I be looking liek I be moving and everything but in reality... a b**** can barely breathe."

The Broccoli Festival was held last weekend, and is an annual concert held in Washington DC. 


"I want to thank ya all for understanding. I'll be back for the Bruno Mars tour and everything."


Despite announcing that the festival would be her last performance, Cardi did not mean she would be stopping herself from attending events. 

Just this week, the rapper was spotted with her fiance Offset as they attended the Met Gala together in New York City. 

Cardi looked gorgeous in a heavily beaded cream ensemble, which featured thousands of beads, gemstones, and a large headpiece which fit the theme 'Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination'.