Rachel Brosnahan on Why Skipping Makeup Actually Makes Her Feel More Empowered
Rachel Brosnahan's skin is like the eclipse: almost too beautiful, too otherworldly to behold, and can cause some serious damage (to, err, my own personal self-esteem) if you look too closely. You probably noticed her ethereal glow as she walked the countless red carpets this season. Or when, in her hit TV show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, she took off all her makeup after her husband fell asleep — and looked damn near perfect.
Cetaphil took note, too, and signed Brosnahan on to become the brand's first celebrity ambassador. The partnership makes sense, after all: "The question I get asked the most is, 'What do you do for your skin?'" she told POPSUGAR. What we want to know, however, is how she manages to — as someone might tell a housewife named Midge in the 1950s — "have it all," and make it all look so easy. She's spreading the news, ahead.