Celebrities who said no to plastic surgery

Women in Hollywood are under a lot of pressure to look young and beautiful and that’s why so many of them regularly use Botox or undergo some cosmetic surgery. However, there are some famous ladies who believe in aging gracefully and refuse to visit a plastic surgeon’s office. Here they are.

Kim Cattrall

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Kim wants to always be able to recognize herself: “I think the greatest fear is that you look in the mirror and you don’t see you. I like to look in the mirror and think I look good. I try and take care of myself, but I don’t ever want to get to the point where I don’t see myself, that would be really scary.”

Heidi Klum







Heidi Klum is still one of the most beautiful celebrity women, but she certainly has no plans of going under the knife. “I’m scared that all of a sudden you’re changing too much, your face starts changing,” she told Access Hollywood. “I would have a hard time looking in the mirror and seeing something that I’m not used to seeing. I’d be afraid!”

Sigourney Weaver







Now in her 60s, Weaver still adamantly opposes all forms of surgical enhancement: “I would never have plastic surgery or Botox injections. How can you as an actress? They both leave you with such a tight, unreal look. It’s something fans and audiences pick up on instantly. Actors’ faces should actually be able to move.”

Meryl Streep







Streep has often expressed her opposition to plastic surgery, being quoted as saying those who succumb  to Botox draw more attention to their features than those who don’t. The mother of four has said she prefers to age gracefully, without any artificial interference.

Salma Hayek







Salma Hayek isn’t exactly against plastic surgery. She told Allure that every woman “is entitled to fight to preserve her youth,” but explained that she thinks a lot of ladies who’ve undergone the knife are starting to look alike: “It’s like the uniform of a generation. And it’s not necessarily beautiful. It’s not wrinkled-looking, but it’s not beautiful.”

Julia Roberts







For Julia Roberts, refusing Botox is a matter of self-expression. “I want my kids to know when I’m pissed, when I’m happy and when I’m confounded,” the actress told Elle in 2010. “Your face tells a story and it shouldn’t be a story about your drive to the doctor’s office … It’s unfortunate that we live in such a panicked, dysmorphic society where women don’t even give themselves a chance to see what they’ll look like as older persons.”

Kate Winslet







Kate Winslet has pledged to never have surgery. “Plastic surgery goes against my morals” said the Oscar winner “the way my parents brought me up, and what I consider to be natural beauty. I’m an actress. I don’t want to freeze the expression of my face.”

Drew Barrymore







Drew Barrymore told the Daily Mail, “F**k surgery! I’m so curious as to what’s going to happen naturally that I can’t imagine wanting to alter things just yet. And to all those women putting botulism in their faces —we don’t know what the long-term effects are, so stop! I’d rather look like a basset hound than do that to my face!”

Julianne Moore







Julianne Moore has avoided messing with her face, explaining to Allure, “I don’t believe plastic surgery makes people look better. I think it just makes them look like they had something done to their face, and I don’t think we find that instinctually appealing.”

Jodie Foster

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Jodie Foster has said no to plastic surgery. “I don’t have anything against it for other people. Whatever they want to do, I’m fine with it,” she said. “For me, it’s really a self-image thing. Like, I’d rather have somebody go, ‘Wow, that girl has a bad nose’ than ‘Wow, that girl has a bad nose job.’ I’d rather have a comment about who I am than about something that identifies me as being ashamed of who I am.”


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