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Drew Barrymore Celebrates Her 40th Birthday By Sharing No-Makeup Selfie

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 22:  Actress Drew Barrymore arrives at The Daily Front Row's 1st Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards at Sunset Tower Hotel on January 22, 2015 in West Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic)
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 22: Actress Drew Barrymore arrives at The Daily Front Row's 1st Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards at Sunset Tower Hotel on January 22, 2015 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic)

Drew Barrymore celebrated her birthday this week by going bare.

The actress turned 40 on Sunday, Feb. 22 (a.k.a. Oscar day) and celebrated by posting a makeup-free selfie, which revealed her beautiful complexion.

#forty

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Drew, who's on vacation in the Bahamas, simply captioned the pic, "#forty." In the pic, the businesswoman closes her eyes and tilts her head up to the sky with a huge smile on her face as she stands on a gorgeous beach. Sporting a black swimsuit and no makeup, the "Miss You Already" actress looks like she's never been happier.

Of course, Drew is used to wearing makeup all the time. Not only is she a founder of Flower beauty (read our interview with Drew about her makeup tips here) and a red carpet pro but she's been surrounded by makeup artists since she first started working in Hollywood as a child.

"I always loved them," Drew told HuffPost Canada Style about the makeup artists she worked with on movie sets. "I loved the backstage of getting ready so I could always see how transformative they were and they were really romantic to me."

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Drew Barrymore Beauty Evolution

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