is "real raw face" term common in everyday English conversation?

or is there any other term that can express the similar meaning?

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As the opposite of "raw" is usually "cooked", it's not the best choice of words. Try "natural" or "naked".

"Raw skin" describes skin where the epidermis is missing due to abrasion or other injury.(US)

  • seem more people use "naked face" than "natural face" right? there are 10K search result with ""naked face" while there is only 3k search result with ""natural face" – Tom Jul 9 '15 at 16:37

No. It would not be common to use raw face for this kind of meaning, and it would be considered unclear or strange by most English speakers.

 This is her real face, without makeup

would be more conventional and clear.

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