The world of show business is cruel. Trying to stay always young, many celebrities, as soon as they turn 30, turn to plastic surgeons for their help. However, some women prefer to stay natural. The heroines of our review prefer to take their age with dignity. Many of them are already over 40, but they still look beautiful and attractive. They are simply adorable, aren’t they?
Catherine Deneuve, 76 y.o.
Catherine Deneuve is a true symbol of the French style. At her 76, she looks simply great. It is worth saing, that the actress has never used the help of plastic surgeons. The maximum that she accepts is the anti-aging cosmetic procedures.
Brigitte Bardot, 85 y.o.
Charming Brigitte Bardot prefers 100% natural look. The actress refused to use not only plastic but also cosmetic procedures. No compromises. And this is Brigitte style!
Monica Bellucci, 55 y.o.
The beautiful Monica Bellucci has a quite philosophical attitude regarding aging. This process is impossible to stop, so it’s better to accept it. “I’m more afraid of death, because I have two children, and I want to see how they grow,” says the actress.
Salma Hayek, 53 y.o.
At her 53 years old, Salma is as beautiful now as she was 20 years ago. The actress believes that she has great family genetics. By the way, she is not against plastic surgery. It’s just that she is terribly afraid of them.
Audrey Tautou, 43 y.o.
The star of the cult film “Amelie” is categorically against plastic surgery. And she is right in her way. Small wrinkles around the eyes only add specific charm to her.
Julia Roberts, 52 y.o.
Julia Roberts is not shy about her wrinkles. Self-confidence and natural beauty are the real power of true women. This also represents the philosophy of Lancome, which Julia represents during these years.
Michelle Pfeiffer, 61 y.o.
Despite her age, Michelle Pfeiffer is still considered one of the most beautiful actresses in Hollywood. Michelle usually says that she does not see the point in plastic surgery. It’s impossible to stop time, but it is easy to make a mistake.