Mila Kunis Goes Makeup Free in New Gemfields Ad
Mila Kunis was ''anxious'' about going au naturel for her new Gemfields shoot.
The 30-year-old actress was shot by renowned fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh for the ethical jewelry company's 2014 campaign, Beauty By Nature, and admits the bare-faced brief made her nervous before she stepped on set.
Last year Celebuzz broke the story that Mila was named the new face of Gemfiels, of which Kagem is the only operational mine in Zambia Gemfields. Kunis was also just named the very photogenic face of Jim Beam.
Mila is the ambassador for Gemfields, which champions itself on sourcing rare, colorful gemstones ethically.
She told Vogue.co.uk: ''When we talked through the direction and that the focus was on natural beauty - which really meant no make-up, no blow day and no retouching - I have to say I was a little anxious. Peter has a way of making you feel bare and raw, but in a funny way it's the most beautiful I have ever felt on a photo shoot.''
She added: ''The visit to the Kagem emerald mine was fascinating and the trip itself was unforgettable - it was also the first time I'd been to Africa!
''These gems have been forming underground for millions of years, and for me to be the first person to touch them - well you really start to appreciate their rarity.''
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