The actress of Home and Away, Ada Nicodemou, has shared with her fans before and after photos taken on set.
The well-known actress joked on Instagram, saying, “Of course I screwed up the effect,” and included the hashtag #techsavvy, indicating that she didn’t quite get the transition time right.
Ada has no makeup on in the “before” picture, and her long brown hair is flipped to one side and loose.
She has become her character Leah Patterson in the “after” photo, complete with a full makeup look and Lea’s blow-dried, middle-parted haircut.
The Logie nominee’s willingness to post pictures of herself without makeup on social media was adored by fans.
And regardless of makeup, everyone seemed to agree that she always looked “stunning.”
Ada, you look amazing as always!,” a follower commented.
Better than ever, exclaimed a second admirer.
Inside and out, she is always stunning. Many years as a big fan of Home and Away,” remarked a third.
Ada was “radiating good vibes,” according to one fan, in the video.
One more person merely wrote, “You are beautiful!”
One commenter questioned, “Are you wearing makeup in the first shot?”
If not, makeup is not necessary. innate beauty
Ada recently won over her admirers with a tearful ode to her baby Jonah, referring to him as “my light and my heart.”
In honour of his birthday, the actress posted a number of pictures and videos from their family vacation in Europe.
The family was shown eating pasta and pizza while visiting the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain.
Despite being nominated, the actress was unable to attend this year’s TV WEEK Logie Awards due to the family vacation.
“Hey, how are you all doing? I’m quite skilled. In an Instagram video explaining her absence, she stated, “Well, not that good because I’ve got some bad news.”
I really enjoy the Logies, therefore it’s terrible news for me that I won’t be attending this year.
“Especially now that I’ve been nominated as well.
“I’m on a family vacation, so I’m not going to be there unfortunately, but thank you so much for voting for everyone else and for me.”