Kate Winslet recently went on record to say that she is all natural and injection free! Then what do you have to say about THIS, Kate? In an interview with The Telegraph, the 35 year old British actress says that she, Rachel Weiz, and Emma Thompson have formed of group of superhero actresses who are turning their “non frozen” cheeks on altering their appearances because it is against their “morals.”
“I will never give in,” vows Winslet. “It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty.”
Winslet, who is the daughter of “jobbing actors” from Berkshire, adds: “I am an actress, I don’t want to freeze the expression of my face.”
Her comments echo those by Thompson, to whom she has been close since they appeared together in Sense and Sensibility in 1995. “I’m not fiddling about with myself,” said Thompson, 52. “We’re in this awful youth-driven thing now where everybody needs to look 30 at 60.”
Weisz, 41, for her part, has said her natural beauty is an asset. “People who look too perfect don’t look sexy or particularly beautiful,” said the Oscar-winning star of The Constant Gardener, who married Daniel Craig this year.
Ok, sure, we get it. You want to be known as serious actresses who will go to great lengths to remain au natural, but why bash anyone who makes that decision for themselves? And what’s up with that against their “morals” crap? If an actress wants to stretch her face until she’s unrecognizable anymore, that doesn’t make you a bad person, it just makes you a bad person to look at sometimes.
Our lady of Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow recently went on the record denying she has ever had any silicone or botox to OK! Germany. Gwyneth claims that she would never do any “gimmicky” forms of plastic surgery, and she “refuses” to do Botox (haha, LIES).
“Paltrow insists she wouldn’t use any “gimmicky” forms of surgery, but wouldn’t rule out having her breasts enhanced. The 38-year-old beauty has kids Apple and Moses and says without surgery, her breasts will never be what they were before pregnancy.
“Before I didn’t care about it. And I still refuse to use silicone, Botox or other of those gimmicks out of pure vanity. But a breast correction after breast feeding — why not? There’s actually nothing else to restore the original condition, isn’t there?” she laughed in an interview with the German edition of OK! magazine.”
Us Weekly even ran a story online called “Did Gwyneth Paltrow Botox Her Forehead?” after her apperance with the puffy, line free face. Gwyeth’s mom Blythe Danner gave some quotes to Us Weekly that suggest, in a round-about way, that Goop did in fact get ‘Toxed:
The day after daughter Gwyneth Paltrow, 38, stepped out looking especially fresh-faced, the actress, 67, hinted at her own dabbling at Wednesday’s Little Fockers premiere in NYC.“Well, I think we’ve all fooled around with it,” Danner told UsMagazine.com. “I won’t go into detail, but we all need a little help from our friends!”Continued the star, “I think, you know, we’ve got so much at our fingertips now, why not take advantage of it? There are extraordinary things that can help us now.” Still she told Us she’s not a fan of all plastic surgery. “I mean I can’t stand the big, puffy lips,” she said. “That stuff is just crazy! And the cheekbones that come out to here! I feel like, “Why do they think they have to do that?”
So was Blythe defending her daughters Botox and filler usage or was she just speaking in roundabout Hollywood terms?
Camille Grammer of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” debuted a new face on the red carpet over the weekend. Looking remarkabley wide eyed and wrinkle free Camille has never been one to shy away from the plastic surgeons office. What exactly is it that this Housewife doing to “Benjamin Button” her face?
Camille has fessed up to undergoing breast implants and receiving botox injections. And while botox and implants are all Ms. Grammer is publicly admitting at the moment, many onlookers strongly believe shes undergone a bit more cosmetic surgery. The procedures in question include, lip injections, facial fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane and possibly upper eye surgery (blepharoplasty), which is unconfirmed but highly suspected.