Miranda Kerr Instagram’d this photo ^^ yesterday morning. Presumably, she had just woken up, grabbed her phone and decided to take this makeup-less selfie? Do you think that’s really what happened? Granted, I’m an old fart and I don’t understand the young’uns choice to document EVERY SINGLE MOMENT of their lives on social media, but for a major model to just wake up one morning, roll over and say, “Yes, selfie time”?? It seems random, self-absorbed and shady.
That being said, it’s a gorgeous photo and I’m jealous. I don’t really think Miranda is all that “sexy” but I do think she’s pretty in a doll-like way, but seeing her all bedhead-y and makeup less… yeah, she’s sexy. Just think, this is what
Leonardo DiCaprio Gerard Butler Orlando Bloom wakes up to occasionally!
Miranda is something of a compulsive Instagram-er, so I’m including some additional photos from her feed. The black-and-white image of a topless Miranda looking into the camera is from her photoshoot for her skincare range, Kora Organics. Miranda said:
“KORA Organics is a reflection of my passion for living a healthy, balanced organic lifestyle that I want to share. I wanted to develop a range of products that bring together the very best in skincare ingredients that are designed to nourish, replenish and hydrate the skin. The range is exactly what I wanted for myself but was unable to find anywhere in the world. The products represent my healthy/balanced lifestyle, my beliefs and love of organics.”
Apparently, the Kora skincare line includes ingredients like aloe vera, nosehip oil and ‘noni juice’. The Mirror says most of the stuff is in the £32.00 range… more expensive than Oil of Olay, but not as expensive as La Mer. So… Miranda is becoming a Goop/Jessica Alba-type lifestyle brand, it seems. And Miranda’s marketshare is aimed at middle class and upper middle class women who love all-organic skincare stuff. Not a bad business plan at all.
Photos courtesy of Miranda’s Instagram.