Eva Marcille spent the morning of Monday, June 1 with a couple of her girlfriends. The reality star of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” posted a photo on Instagram that showed her hanging out with her gal pals. Marcille went nearly makeup free, causing some fans to beg her for the inside scoop on achieving clear, healthy-looking skin.
Wearing a neutral-toned striped shirt, the 35-year-old Marcille struck her pose in between her best friends. Marcille sported minimum makeup and a hint of brown lip gloss. Her sandy brown hair, which contained blonde highlights, was slicked back. Lifestyle infleuncer Erica Lee stood behind the supermodel while media personality Shyneka Richardson smiled on her right side.
Marcille’s photo received over 18,000 likes and some 200 comments from people complimenting her fresh face.
“Eva your skin is beautiful. What is your skin regime.”
“The beauty of melanin.”
“Skin😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 face😍😍😍 ugh!”
“Damn Eva ur skin is beyond perfect 😳shine girl I c u.”
“Eva, are you reverse aging 😍.”
“You guys look effortlessly flawless😩❤️😍.”
“Your face is glowing!!! What do you use?”
Before Marcille made her mark in reality television, she was crowned the season-three winner of “America’s Next Top Model” in 2004. The Los Angeles native revealed in a 2018 interview with “The Lookbook” that Tyra Banks, the series creator and “ANTM” judge, gave her a few beauty tips.
“The best piece of advice I ever got from Tyra Banks is that less is more; especially coming into this beauty world, knowing nothing about beauty and then you see like somebody and you’re like, ‘Oh my God! She’s so gorgeous’ and so then they give you a palette of makeup. So you wanna go put on everything, right? You’re like ‘Oh my God! Here’s eyeshadow. Here’s this. How do I glue this lash down?’ And it’s like No, no, no, no, no. You don’t have to do all of that,” she said. “Less is a lot more. If you can’t do it in 10 minutes, it most likely shouldn’t be done,” she added. Marcille mentioned that wearing makeup is cool, but ultimately said, “it’s all about skincare.”
Marcille seems to take pride in her blemish-free skin. At the beginning of April, she created a “WashFace Challenge” on social media and encouraged women to post their makeup-free selfies.