Jessica Simpson has gone without make-up on a cover-shoot for Marie Claire magazine, claiming she has ''nothing to prove''.
Jessica Simpson has appeared make-up free on the cover of Marie Claire magazine.
The 29-year-old star - who came under heavy criticism for gaining weight last year - did the cover shoot, which is also free from retouching, in an effort to challenge pre-conceived notions of beauty.
She said: "I don't have anything to prove anymore. What other people think of me is not my business."
However, the sexy singer, who recently fronted 'The Price of Beauty' - a documentary following Jessica as she tries bizarre beauty treatments across the world - did admit she would still get dressed up when she felt she wanted to.
She said: "If I'm in a mood to go out and feel hot and sexy, I want long hair that I can feel on my back. But I also like bed head."
Recently Jessica confessed she has changed thanks to her acceptance of her body and looks.
She said: "There's always something that I've wanted to fix because there's always somebody who looks better; that's what we always compare ourselves to.
"So I think the journey really was finding what was beautiful inside of me and knowing that it's unique and rare. And it was a very powerful journey. It has definitely changed my life."