Celebrities join the 'no make-up' selfie craze
Majella O'Donnell, who was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, joins the 'No make-up selfie' craze that has raised more than €750,000 for the Irish Cancer Society since last Thursday.
Former Miss Ireland and presenter Amanda Brunker shared that her brother died from stomach cancer at 37-years-old.
TV presenter and former model Amanda Byram reveals her natural beauty in her selfie to raise money for cancer.
Cancer survivor Sile Seoige posts her selfie to support the campaign.
Former Love/Hate actress Susan Loughane takes her selfie in good humour that she describes as 'Sweaty face fuzzy hair. that top lip tastes super salty'.
The Riverdance girls get together for their #Nomakeupselfie.
Model Holly Carpenter strikes a cheeky pose as she encourages people to donate to cancer.
Dublin presenter Blathnaid Treacy urges her friends to take part in the bare-faced trend.
This is Coronation Street actress Kym Marsh's second attempt with her no make-up selfie. She said the first was too dark.
Fellow Coronation Street actress Michelle Keegan also got involved in the trend with a flawless no make-up photograph.
Not one to be left out, radio presenter Ray D'Arcy flips the trend in a striking pose with carefully applied make-up to flatter his natural beauty. He urged his listeners to continue to donate to the Irish Cancer Society.