Mia Fevola goes makeup-free as she visits the nail salon wearing a purple tracksuit

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Mia Fevola goes makeup-free as she visits the nail salon wearing a purple tracksuit and $1,000 Gucci sandals in Melbourne

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She’s never been afraid to rock a dramatic makeup look. 

But influencer Mia Fevola swapped her signature glamour for a more understated look as she stepped out makeup-free in Melbourne on Tuesday. 

The 22-year-old, who is the step-daughter of AFL star Brendan Fevola and daughter of make-up artist Alex Fevola, revealed her natural complexion as she visited a local nail salon with her half-sister Leni, 16. 

Mia Fevola, 22, (pictured) went makeup-free as she visited a nail salon wearing a purple tracksuit and $1,000 Gucci sandals in Melbourne on Wednesday

Mia Fevola, 22, (pictured) went makeup-free as she visited a nail salon wearing a purple tracksuit and $1,000 Gucci sandals in Melbourne on Wednesday 

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Wrapping up from the winter chill, the model sported a trendy purple hoodie and matching track pants from her own loungewear collection MALLT Collective. 

She completed her off-duty look with a pair of $1000 Gucci sandals and a Prada handbag worth around $2,000

Mia’s newly-lightened locks fell neatly by her shoulders in a centre part, while a pair of delicate hoop earrings gave her outfit a touch of glitz. 

Wrapping up from the winter chill, the model sported a trendy purple hoodie and matching track pants from her own loungewear collection MALLT Collective

Wrapping up from the winter chill, the model sported a trendy purple hoodie and matching track pants from her own loungewear collection MALLT Collective

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The 22-year-old, who is the step-daughter of AFL star Brendan Fevola and daughter of make-up artist Alex Fevola, revealed her natural complexion as she visited a local nail salon with her half-sister Leni, 16 (right)

The 22-year-old, who is the step-daughter of AFL star Brendan Fevola and daughter of make-up artist Alex Fevola, revealed her natural complexion as she visited a local nail salon with her half-sister Leni, 16 (right) 

As she and Leni left the salon, Mia could be seen juggling a large purple water bottle with her keys and mobile phone. 

It comes after Mia debuted a brighter new shade of blonde on Instagram. 

‘Changing it up’, she wrote next to a photo of herself modelling her freshly-bleached locks on Wednesday. 

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She completed her off-duty look with a ruched Prada handbag in cream worth around $2,000

She completed her off-duty look with a ruched Prada handbag in cream worth around $2,000 

As she and Leni left the salon, Mia could be seen juggling a large purple water bottle with her keys and mobile phone

As she and Leni left the salon, Mia could be seen juggling a large purple water bottle with her keys and mobile phone 

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Mia’s newly-lightened locks fell neatly by her shoulders in a centre part, while a pair of delicate hoop earrings gave her outfit a touch of glitz.

The post was quickly flooded with supportive comments, with one fan writing: ‘I love that colour!’

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Another added: ‘Looking amazing as always’,

Others described the influencer as ‘stunning’ and ‘beautiful’ while one said: ‘you look gorgeous like your beautiful mumma’. 

Mia was adopted by Carlton alum Brendan in 2005 after he married her mother Alex. 

The Fevolas have three daughters of their own: Leni, Lulu, and Tobi.

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It comes after Mia debuted a brighter new shade of blonde on Instagram on Wednesday. 'Changing it up', she wrote next to this photo of herself modelling her freshly-bleached locks

It comes after Mia debuted a brighter new shade of blonde on Instagram on Wednesday. ‘Changing it up’, she wrote next to this photo of herself modelling her freshly-bleached locks 

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