Cindy Crawford looks radiant as she shares a ‘Sunday selfie’ while rocking off-the-shoulder tee
Cindy Crawford looked absolutely flawless as she posted a ‘Sunday selfie’ to Instagram.
The 55-year-old veteran supermodel posed in a shite T-shirt which seductively fell off one shoulder and went makeup free except for a bit of mascara.
Nodding to her signature beauty mark in her caption, she posted a ‘kiss emoji’ next to a pronounced dot — which mimicked her mole’s facial placement.
Sealed with a kiss: Cindy Crawford ,55, posts a ‘Sunday selfie’ while nodding to her iconic beauty mark in emoji form
Crawford showed off tan lines and full-bodied brown locks which were thrown to the side.
The chest-up selfie featured her in statement earrings for a pop of sparkle.
Though Cindy has become widely recognized for her iconic beauty mark, she previously confessed that she ‘hated’ it when she was younger.
‘As a kid, I hated having a beauty mark,’ she told Naomi Campbell on her No Filter with Naomi YouTube series last April. My sisters called it an ‘ugly mark,’ she also divulged.
Young Cindy: ‘As a kid, I hated having a beauty mark,’ she told Campbell on her No Filter with Naomi YouTube series last April; pictured in throwback snap
Early days: She also said that she felt pressured from modeling agencies in her early career days to ‘remove it’
She also said that she felt pressured from modeling agencies in her early career days to ‘remove it’ but was informed by her mom that the scarring could be worse than keeping the mole.
‘When I went to my first modeling agency, they said I should remove it. My mother was like, “OK, you can do that, but you don’t know what the scar will look like. You know what your beauty mark looks like.”‘
Despite deciding to keep it, photos of her and magazine covers were frequently re-touched, and makeup artists would always try to cover it up. ‘It’s not flat. You can’t cover up my mole, otherwise, it looks like a gigantic pimple,’ she explained.
‘I did a British Vogue cover, I think with [photographer] David Bailey. And on the British Vogue cover, they retouched it out. So there is a cover of me out there with no mole, but it is me.’
Groundbreaking: Cindy saw landing the cover of American Vogue in 1986 as a turning point for both she and the industry as the publication did not edit it out as others had done
Cindy saw landing the cover of American Vogue in 1986 as a turning point for her in the industry, as the publication did not edit her mole out as others had done.
‘So many women have beauty marks. And I think that when they saw me on the cover of Vogue or in a magazine with my beauty mark, it made them feel more comfortable about their own beauty marks.
‘It made them remember me. It became the thing that set me apart, in a weird way. So often the thing that we [believe] sets us apart and maybe we’re insecure about, it becomes the very thing that makes us stand out,’ Crawford expressed.
Fashion icon: ‘So often the thing that we [believe] sets us apart and maybe we’re insecure about, it becomes the very thing that makes us stand out,’ Crawford said of her mole; pictured 2019