Jennifer Garner just lived up to her truth after talking about Halloween in her commencement speech at Ohio’s Denison University. While addressing the graduates, Garner said that it is better to wear less revealing and not very sexy costumes for Halloween.

More specifically, Ben Affleck’s ex-wife said that it is better to dress up as a mailbox than as a sexy nurse. And that’s exactly what she did. Garner hilariously showed off her mailbox costume on Halloween morning.

Garner paired her blue mailbox costume with her navy-blue hat and white and red checkered socks and Vans. The actress completed her look by carrying a white pumpkin basket for all of her treats.

“Live your truth, people. Happy Halloween,” Garner captioned her video.

But it seems that Garner wore another costume to Halloween this year. The “Alias” star posed in her Dracula costume complete with her realistic facial makeup.

Garner shared the video of her second look while promoting Neutrogena’s magical makeup remover. At first, the actress showed off how thick her makeup is and then shows the pack of makeup remover from Neutrogena. After moving her hands closer to her face, Garner’s makeup miraculously disappeared.

“Don’t do Halloween without them – magical makeup removers by @neutrogena,” she captioned the video.

As of late, it is unclear what Garner’s three children dressed up in for Halloween. And it also remains unknown if they celebrated the occasion with their dad, Ben Affleck.

Just a few days ago, reports swirled that the “Batman v Superman” star had a slip up after being sober for an entire year. Affleck was photographed looking intoxicated after leaving a Halloween party in West Hollywood.

A day later, the actor admitted to his relapse and said that it happens. However, Affleck made it clear that his slip up won’t derail his progress. Garner is still supportive of Affleck’s recovery, and her boyfriend, John Miller, serves as her rock at this time.

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Jennifer Garner is pictured here attending the 6th Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Nov. 14, 2018. Getty Images/Steven Ferdman