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2014 Winter Olympic Figure Skaters Without Makeup (PHOTOS)

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Kaetlyn Osmond at the 2014 Winter Olympics. | Getty

Even if we don't understand the jumps Olympic figure skaters are doing (triple sal-what?), we can still appreciate the sport thanks to their beautiful and often questionable outfits.

But aside from the flamboyant costumes (hello, Evgeni Plushenko), figure skaters at the 2014 Winter Olympics are expected to wear lots of makeup.

Think of it as a play and the skaters are the actors: the audience, who are usually far away from the stage (aka. the ice), have to see the performers' faces and in order to do that, the actors have to wear a lot of makeup which up close looks too theatrical but from far away, looks natural.

So when we see the skaters up close during the kiss and cry, we really notice their bright lipstick, red cheeks and tons of mascara and eyeliner.

Which makes us wonder: what do Olympic figure skaters look like without all that competition makeup?

See what they look like au natural:

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