Susan Sarandon stuns in natural brunch look

She glowed with this natural make-up look.

Susan Sarandon wowed us all when she and pal Gina Davis took to the red carpet at the SAG awards last week. While Sarandon certainly knows how to look glamorous, she also knows how to look effortlessly wonderful in a casual ensemble.

Yesterday she stepped out with a more natural look, which proved to be a hit at the 2018 Roc Nation Pre-Grammy Brunch at One World Trade Center.

Sarandon wore her famous red locks in wavy curls and used autumnal toned make-up for a fresh-faced look.

Her outfit consisted of a back singlet top, black jeans and a leather embellished jacket. She opted for a pair of youthful, patent platform-loafers to complete the look.

Susan attending the 2018 Roc Nation Pre-Grammy Brunch at One World Trade Center.

Sarandon looked comfortable and at ease during the celebratory brunch. She was more than happy to pose for photographers and shared a chuckle with rap star Jay-Z who is hoping to receive a Grammy this year.

Susan Sarandon shares a hug with pal Jay-Z.

Sarandon has been out and about lately. She looked sultry at the SAG awards in a dark-blue sequined gown that showed off her famous curves and finished her outfit with a pair of retro-inspired sunglasses and glamorous pink lipstick.

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While many critics approved of the glamorous dress, not many adored the sunglasses.

Pal and Thelma and Lousie co-star Gina Davis opted for a form-fitting strapless black gown paired with silver drop earrings. She exuded elegance with rouged cheeks and dark-red lipstick.

Sarandon is currently working on two films: Going Places and The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, both set to be released in 2018.

She recently starred in the hit comedy movie Bad Moms Christmas starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Christine Baranski and Cheryl Hines.

What do you think of her outfit? Is it something you would wear out?

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