Country superstar Trisha Yearwood shared a video of herself on Instagram and Facebook going from a totally natural look with no makeup on, her hair pinned up and wearing a black t-shirt to full on glam with gold accessories and long, curly hair in a flash.
While fans usually see the star with her hair and makeup completely done, she decided to show off her natural side as well, before all the glitz and glamour is added. She captioned the video, “Sway,” which is the title of the sped up version of the Michael Buble song playing in the background.
The comments were quickly flooded with compliments from friends and family members who shared their support for the video. One user wrote, “I love that you are so confident in your beautiful self,” while another said, “Gorgeous either way!”
Fellow country music legend Tanya Tucker even left a message saying, “So cute!”
The “She’s In Love With A Boy” singer happily shows off the process it takes for her glam squad to do their work from start to finish. Although her videos make it seem like it all happens with just a snap of her finger, there’s plenty of work that goes on in behind-the-scenes process. Whether she sticks to the all-natural look or rocks it out with some glitz and glam, Yearwood is still her most authentic self.
Last year, she filmed another video, using a seamless transition to show off both her looks to once again, reveal the reality of her life. In the clip, Yearwood is shown with under eye patches, no makeup and straight hair, then she quickly transforms into full glam including shimmery eye makeup, lashes and voluminous curled hair. Except this time, instead of using a Michael Buble song, she’s lip-syncing to a Rihanna interview, which was a trending sound at the time.
The singer recently leveled up her beautiful look even more by bedazzling her hair in preparation for her husband and country megastar Garth Brooks’ show in Buffalo. This hairstyle is yet another 2000s trend that has been brought back to life with this generation. She “‘borrowed’ aka stoke” this idea from female powerhouse Caylee Hammack, who commented back to Yearwood saying, “you SHINE” before giving her a quick heads up. “You might find one or two stuck on things today,” Hammack added.
Between showing off her glamorous style, performing on the Opry stage and cooking things up for her series, “Trisha’s Kitchen” on the Food Network, there’s almost nothing Yearwood can’t do. Her upcoming project includes working on the next event for the foundation she started in honor of her dog named Dottie.
Additionally, Yearwood recently joined Brooks for the final date of his stadium tour in Houston, Texas.