- Jenna Dewan posted a new photo to Instagram showing off her fresh face sans makeup.
- Jenna said she was taking a day off and hadn't gotten out of bed all day. She's currently pregnant with her second child.
Even on Jenna Dewan's days off, the actress and dancer looks flawless. Yesterday, she posted a first-thing-in-the-morning no-makeup selfie showing off her flawless skin, which, turns out, wasn't even taken first thing in the morning.
"A day off today and I haven’t moved from bed not kidding." she wrote. "Lots of time to rest, recuperate and reflect on how grateful i am for love, joy and especially my health. Remembering what’s important and to slow down every now and then ❤️"
Earlier this year, Jenna announced that she was expecting a child with boyfriend Steve Kazee, a Broadway actor known for his role in Once. Fans gave Jenna credit in the comments for taking care of herself during her pregnancy: "Rest. Take care of yourself and your baby ♥️♥️♥️♥️," said one fan.
An E! source noted last week that Dewan, whose divorce with ex Channing Tatum went through a few weeks ago—Tatum is also happy and loved-up with girlfriend Jessie J—is "so in love" with Kazee. "She knows they will be engaged and married soon enough," said the source. The couple are also incredibly sweet on Twitter and Instagram.
So what's her secret to looking that good without a drop of makeup? Sure, Jenna's got a fierce pregnancy glow, but she also starts the day with a big cup of greens. Back in 2016, Jenna told Women's Health her favorite breakfast smoothie includes spinach, kale, lemon, apple, banana, apple, pear, sometimes a little cod liver oil, and black sesame seeds, and instead of almond milk or another milk substitute (Jenna is vegan!), she just uses water. "My skin, my hair, my energy—everything is better," she said.
She also wears sunscreen every day, according to Us Weekly, which is a crucial step in any skincare routine. "I have melasma, so I can never go anywhere without this sunscreen,” she told the magazine. When she was pregnant with her daughter Everly, she developed melasma, a patchy brown skin condition caused by the spike of hormones, which she treated with the help of celebrity dermatologist Dr. Simon Ourian.
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