While Hollywood is littered with one distorted plastic surgery face after another, some stars are going against the grain and opting never to go under the knife.
The latest is British-born Kate Beckinsale, who says she would prefer to age the way of her mother, Judy Loe, 65, than ever resort to Botox.
“I much prefer how my mother looks to the people I see here [in Los Angeles] with wind-tunnel face,” Beckinsale tells the UK edition of Glamour magazine.
The stunning actress, who is set to turn 39 at the end of this month, went on to say: “I feel like beauty is a gift that you have for a while, and you enjoy the hell out of it while you have it.
“And if you’re lucky enough to have a daughter and you give it to her, you enjoy the fact she has it. My mother was always very, very beautiful — she still is, in her sixties.”
Beckinsale joins fellow British actresses such as Kate Winslet and Rachel Weisz, who have vowed not to go under the knife.
Winslet has said she is completely against having cosmetic surgery or Botox because she doesn’t want to “freeze the expression” of her face and says it “goes against her morals”.
While Weisz, 41, said her aversions to plastic surgery are simple.
“People who look too perfect don’t look sexy or particularly beautiful,” she has said.
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