Natural beauty! Andi Dorfman headed over to Instagram on Wednesday to show off her glowing skin in two makeup-free selfies.
The stunning snapshots came as part of a sponsored post for the skin care brand Pacifica Beauty. In her accompanying caption, the Season 10 Bachelorette admitted that she doesn’t always feel comfortable without the use of cosmetics.
“On Wednesdays we wake up with no makeup. Rarely feel confident going makeup-free but let’s do it,” she wrote. “Been using the entire @pacificabeauty wake up beautiful collection every single night and lovvving it. What’s your nightly routine?”
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Other than looking after her skin, Andi’s self-care routine includes tons of exercise, as she is an avid runner. Last month, she launched her running app, Andorfins, and spoke exclusively with BachelorNation.com about her foray into the fitness industry.
“While I was training for the New York Marathon [in 2019], I was uploading videos and people would tag me in their own running videos. We created this hashtag called #Andorfins,” she said at the time. “And then after I ran the marathon, I was like, ‘Wait a second. I’m not really done with #Andorfins. The hashtag lives on and it’s still going and how do I kind of make this more?’”
Andi added, “I started putting challenges out on my own Instagram page, and eventually I realized that there needed to be another forum for this community. I just thought, ‘Why not an app?’ Everybody runs with their phones, so let’s just do it and make it easy.”
The “Single State of Mind” author — who moved from New York City to Los Angeles in June 2020 — also said that running has become a “saving grace” to her throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“Prior to the pandemic, running had been a saving grace in a lot of ways for me — and then even more so during the pandemic. It was so nice to be able to rely on running because gyms were closed and many still are,” she explained. “There’s a lot of adaptation that we’ve all had to go through — mentally, emotionally, but also physically in the way we exercise. So how do you adapt? For me, I love running because it’s a mental escape in addition to being a great workout.”