Mila Kunis is baring it all- on her face, that is.
The actress went makeup-free for the cover of Glamour's August issue, telling the magazine that since she "doesn't wear makeup," the photo shoot was "easy."
For the gorgeous shot, Kunis sported just a few essentials- skin serum, eye cream and lip balm, but opted to skip the more rigorous glam process.
“I don’t wear makeup. I don’t wash my hair every day. It’s not something that I associate with myself,” she said. “I commend women who wake up 30, 40 minutes early to put on eyeliner. I think it’s beautiful. I’m just not that person.”
“So to go to a shoot and have my makeup artist put on face cream and send me off to do a photo, I was like, ‘Well, this makes life easy.’ And you’re still protected. Nobody’s there to make you look bad," she added.
The shoot was a refreshing change for Kunis, who revealed that she "hates" Photoshop.
“There was a company that I did a photo shoot for once that manipulated the photo so much, I was like, ‘That’s not even me.’ Like, what’s the point? You wanted my name, and then you wanted the version of me that I’m not. I absolutely hate it,” she explained. “Now, do I sometimes want them to depuff my eyes, help me out with a little bit of lighting? Sure. But do I want them to stretch my legs, thin out my waist, curve my hips, elongate my neck, blah, blah, blah? No.”
"We can’t bullsh-t each other," she said of Kutcher, whom she met nearly 20 years ago while working on That 70's Show. "I literally can’t lie to him. He can call me out on everything, and I can do the same because there’s nothing about the other person’s face that we don’t know. We know when they’re acting, thus we know when they’re lying. Sometimes he’ll look at me, be like, 'Really?'"
"It truly is being married to your best friend," she added. "That’s a cliché; it’s cheesy. But it’s true."
She also dished about the actor as a father, revealing that he's very hands-on.
"He’s always doing daddy hacks," Kunis shared. "He’s so not a passive husband or father. He doesn’t just go, “I don’t know” and throw his hands up in the air. He’s like, 'We can fix it.'"