Hira Mani Impresses Fans With Minimal Makeup Looks [Pictures]

Hira Mani has always kept her looks natural and fans abosultely adore her for her beauty

Hira Mani has always made waves with her subtle yet impactful performances. Whether it’s her role in the critically acclaimed Kashf, Yakeen ka Safar or Dou Bol, the actress has always compelled audiences with her stellar performances. However, Hira is not just a great actress, she is immensely beautiful too. She is one of the rare actors who don’t need a lot of makeup on their screen. There is a natural glow on her face that instantly appeals to the masses.


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Hira Mani is the queen of no makeup looks

Perhaps this is the reason, Hira Mani’s no makeup looks are very popular. The actress usually opts for a soft lip balm, a dash of mascara, and a casual hairstyle. You can also take inspiration from some of her makeup looks and carry them with confidence. No matter what the occasion is, Hira’s makeup formula will be a complete success!

Here are some of her best minimal makeup looks.

Gushing over this sea green hoody and the overall raw face.


This time Hira goes for a slightly darker shade with mascara and lashes to enhance the eyes.

This click of her looks straight out of a film! The magic of the golden hour.

Nobody could ace the no-makeup face better than Hira Mani


The blue dress and those dreamy pink lips are winning us over!

And once again the golden hour is giving us all the feels!

Drama and Hira go hand in hand, she always adds a cinematic touch to all her pictures.


Carrying the wing eyeliner like a pro and the white shirt is just too chic!

Hira proves that even if you’re going to a wedding, you can still keep the makeup soft and elegant.

All the clicks are jaw-droppingly gorgeous and we clearly can’t pick one favorite. Which look do you like the most?


Written by Ayesha Aqeel


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