BBC Children in Need’s annual BearFaced campaign launches today, inviting women to join in a #BearFaced moment to raise money for the charity. To lend your support, all you have to do is swap your make-up for a cute Pudsey Bear Pawprint transfer, available at Boots.
To help promote the campaign, this years line-up included Tanya Burr, Lorraine Kelly and Sophie Ellis Baxtor (looking a heck of a lot better than I do make-up free) in a photo-shoot minus MUAs by top photographer, Rankin.
Pudsey Pawprints are available exclusively at Boots in-store and online for £1, so pick one up the next time you’re stocking up on beauty products! The pack includes one black and one multi-coloured glitter pawprint… I think they could be the new beauty spots!
Share your pic at bbc.co.uk/pudsey in the run up to Appeal day, Friday 14 November, to be part of the Big #BearFaced Selfie.
Are you game?