Karishma Kapoor is a very popular actress of Bollywood and is famous for her beauty and hypnotic eyes. Everyone is born with his or her own beauty and so one should never judge a person entirely by his looks but the way you maintain the face that you have and take proper care of yourself is what that portrays your actual beauty and this is what Karishma does. Since the first day she stepped into Bollywood, she has kept proper care of her skin and this is the reason why she looks so beautiful even without makeup. You don’t believe me right? You will definitely agree with this point after you’ll have a look at Karishma Kapoor’s no makeup images below:
The above photo highlights the most simple and cutest look of Karishma that most of us might not have seen on-screen. Isn’t she looking cute and beautiful? Let us have a glance over her more Karishma Kapoor without makeup images.
What are your views about this picture? The natural beauty of Karishma was revealed in the above picture when this photo was clicked when she was spotted at a public place.
Again, in the above picture, her look just glimmers out perfectly with the spectacles and make her look adorable and humble. It is just one of the best pictures of Karishma.
We hardly get to see both the Kapoor sisters together but in the above picture we can witness Kareena Kapoor and Karishma Kapoor without makeup. Here, Karishma has very well justified that she looks much better without makeup.
If people think that girls lose the real charm of their face after they become a mother then they are absolutely wrong. After looking at the above picture everyone would agree that even after giving birth to a baby, she looks adorable without makeup.
Which picture of Karishma was the best? Please comment your choice and the reason of your choice below.
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