Eva Longoria goes make-up free and dresses down in sweatpants as she picks up groceries in Los Angeles

She dazzled at her foundation's annual star-studded gala on Friday night.

Yet Eva Longoria looked just as radiant as she stepped out to stock up on groceries at Jayde's Market in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, on Sunday evening.

The actress, 44, kept her look very low-key as she went make-up free and sported black sweatpants and a matching jumper for her outing.

Glowing: Eva Longoria looked just as radiant as she stepped out to stock up on groceries at Jayde's Market in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, on Sunday evening

Glowing: Eva Longoria looked just as radiant as she stepped out to stock up on groceries at Jayde's Market in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, on Sunday evening

Eva had her hands full as she left the store with two paper bags full of goodies from the upmarket store, which had the shops name splashed across the front.

The Desperate Housewives star teamed her look with a pair of black flip flops and carried her belongs in a canvas cross-body bag with colourful embroidery.

She wore her raven tresses back in a chic plait and swept her locks off her face with a pair of oversized black sunglasses. 

Stepping out: The actress, 44, kept her look very low-key as she went make-up free and sported black sweatpants and a matching jumper for her outing

Stepping out: The actress, 44, kept her look very low-key as she went make-up free and sported black sweatpants and a matching jumper for her outing

On Friday, Eva held her annual party in support of the Eva Longoria Foundation and hosted a whole host of stars at the glitzy event.

The Eva Longoria Foundation was started up in 2012 and aims to increase opportunities for Latinas 'through education and entrepreneurship,' per its website.

The event came days after her ex-husband was arrested for public intoxication onb his birthday following a 'bender' that reportedly lasted 'weeks'.

Place to be: Gina herself was at Friday's Eva Longoria Foundation gala, slipping into an off-the-shoulder black jumpsuit and posing up with America and Eva

Place to be: On Friday, Eva held her annual party in support of the Eva Longoria Foundation and hosted a whole host of stars at the glitzy event (pictured with America Ferrera and Gina Rodriguez)

The General Hospital star was 'booked for public intoxication' and spent Monday night in a jail cell, according to TMZ.

The arrest apparently took place in Martinsville, Virginia, and he was 'being held on a $225 cash and $1,000 bond', according to police sources. 

Legal documents say police received nine calls regarding Christopher's intoxication over the course of 'an alarming bender' that possibly went on 'for weeks'.

Happier times: The event came days after her ex-husband was arrested for public intoxication onb his birthday following a 'bender' that reportedly lasted 'weeks' (pictured together in 2002)

Happier times: The event came days after her ex-husband was arrested for public intoxication onb his birthday following a 'bender' that reportedly lasted 'weeks' (pictured together in 2002)

The Young and the Restless star Eva and Christopher were briefly married from 2002 until 2004 and do not share any children together.

Christopher went on to marry auto racing reporter Brienne Pedigo in 2008, who he shares a son, ten, and a daughter, four with. 

Eva was married to pro-basketballer Tony Parker from 2007-2011.

However following their divorce she married José Antonio Bastón in 2016 and the couple welcomed a son, Santiago Enrique Bastón, in 2018. 

Loved-up: Eva married José Antonio Bastón in 2016 and the couple welcomed a son, Santiago Enrique Bastón, in 2018 (pictured in November 2019)

Loved-up: Eva married José Antonio Bastón in 2016 and the couple welcomed a son, Santiago Enrique Bastón, in 2018 (pictured in November 2019)

Eva Longoria goes make-up free and dresses down in sweatpants

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