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Cara Delevingne goes makeup free under Savage X Fenty face mask with pink tie-dye hoodie in LA

Cara Delevingne goes makeup free under Savage X Fenty face mask as she keeps it casual in pink tie-dye hoodie for errand run in LA

Cara Delevingne was recently named Britain’s highest-paid model, raking in £15.7million last year.

But the English model/actress opts for a more low-key look with her off-duty ensembles.

She went makeup free under a Savage X Fenty face mask Friday, as she kept it casual in a pink tie-dye hoodie, while stepping out for an errand run in Los Angeles.

Tie-dye chic: Cara Delevingne went makeup free under a Savage X Fenty face mask Friday, as she kept it casual in a pink tie-dye hoodie, while stepping out for an errand run in Los Angeles

The 28-year-old complemented the look with a pair of grey joggers, printed with white skulls, and some white sneakers.

According to The Sun, she holds a net worth of £30.2million, beating out Kate Moss, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Naomi Campbell as Britain’s top paid model.

Delevingne previously said in an interview: ‘I realized money isn’t everything. You get to the point where you’re like, “Oh, I’ve made money but I’m so deeply unhappy and alone.”‘

She invested some of her hard-earned model money in a sex-tech startup back in November, becoming co-owner and creative advisor of Lora DiCarlo. 

Casual outing: The 28-year-old complemented the look with a pair of grey joggers, printed with white skulls, and some white sneakers

Casual outing: The 28-year-old complemented the look with a pair of grey joggers, printed with white skulls, and some white sneakers

Money maker: According to The Sun, she holds a net worth of £30.2million, beating out Kate Moss, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Naomi Campbell as Britain's top paid model (pictured in November, 2020)

Money maker: According to The Sun, she holds a net worth of £30.2million, beating out Kate Moss, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Naomi Campbell as Britain’s top paid model (pictured in November, 2020)

The Carnival Row actress told Fast Company: ‘This is something I’ve been thinking about for a very long time, and it’s taken a while to find the right people to do it with.

‘I grew up pretty repressed and English in terms of sexuality. That relationship that you have with yourself is the most important one in the world. And this is not just to do with pleasuring yourself, but it’s about exploration and loving yourself.’

The eponymous DiCarlo founded the company in 2017 with a mission of destigmatizing sexual pleasure for women, while elevating the sex toy industry.

Boss vibes: She invested some of her hard-earned model money in a sex-tech startup back in November, becoming co-owner and creative advisor of Lora DiCarlo

Boss vibes: She invested some of her hard-earned model money in a sex-tech startup back in November, becoming co-owner and creative advisor of Lora DiCarlo

Long time coming: The Carnival Row actress told Fast Company: 'This is something I've been thinking about for a very long time, and it's taken a while to find the right people to do it with' (pictured in February, 2020)

Long time coming: The Carnival Row actress told Fast Company: ‘This is something I’ve been thinking about for a very long time, and it’s taken a while to find the right people to do it with’ (pictured in February, 2020)

Sex positive: The eponymous DiCarlo founded the company in 2017 with a mission of destigmatizing sexual pleasure for women, while elevating the sex toy industry (pictured in January, 2020)

Sex positive: The eponymous DiCarlo founded the company in 2017 with a mission of destigmatizing sexual pleasure for women, while elevating the sex toy industry (pictured in January, 2020)

Delevingne added of her role with the company: ‘When I get passionate about something, I really dive deep into it. I’m learning every day, especially through Lora and the team, how different everyone’s bodies are and how different people find this space of pleasure.

‘I have the reach to really put this in the hands of my audience and ask what they want and what they need, because this isn’t about what I like or about what Lora likes. This is about what people like, and that’s different from generation to generation and culture to culture. That’s something that I don’t think we’re ever going to stop learning.’

She continued: ‘I wouldn’t want to do something and do it half-ass, especially when it has to do with sexual health and wellness and understanding oneself. This is a journey that I want to go through, and this is a lifelong partnership.’

It comes after her latest movie Life In a Year came out back in November, also starring Jaden Smith. 

Leading lady: It comes after Delevingne's latest movie Life In a Year came out back in November, also starring Jaden Smith

Leading lady: It comes after Delevingne’s latest movie Life In a Year came out back in November, also starring Jaden Smith

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