Jamie Lee Curtis opens up about her true feelings towards plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures.
“The current trend of fillers and procedures, and this obsession with filtering,” the Halloween Kills actress told Fast Company, “are wiping out generations of beauty.”
Curtis, 62, has previously opened up about dabbling with plastic surgery—and she says none of the procedures worked like they were supposed to.
No matter the topic, Jamie Lee Curtis has always spoken her mind—and her latest comments are taking unrealistic beauty standards to task.
In a new interview with Fast Company, Curtis, 62, spoke out against plastic surgery and trendy cosmetic procedures: “The current trend of fillers and procedures, and this obsession with filtering, and the things that we do to adjust our appearance on Zoom are wiping out generations of beauty,” the Knives Out actress said. “Once you mess with your face, you can’t get it back.”
Curtis speaks from experience; she’s long been open about the fact that she’s dabbled with many different types of procedures. “I’ve had a little lipo. I’ve had a little Botox. And you know what? None of it works. None of it,” she told More in 2002. “It’s such a fraud. And I’m the one perpetuating it.”
Although Curtis continues to speak openly about her dislike for plastic surgery, plenty of celebrities share a different opinion. Stars like Kaley Cuoco, Jillian Michaels, and even Betty White have spoken positively of the work they had done. But plenty (like Courteney Cox) have had surgeries and procedures reversed, too.
In the two decades since the More interview, Curtis hasn’t changed her tune. “I tried plastic surgery and it didn’t work,” she continued in the Fast Company piece. She also mentioned that the procedures “got me addicted to Vicodin,” a fact she’s addressed in the past.
Curtis told Variety in 2019 that a cameraman’s comments about her “puffy eyes” led her to seek plastic surgery in her twenties, which kicked off a 10-year addiction to painkillers. She’s now over 20 years sober.
“I would hope a young person would look at me with my grey hair and wrinkly face and say, ‘That’s cool that you are who you are,’” Curtis told Glamour UK in 2019. “If I met Jamie at 17, I would hopefully be an adult who would say, ‘I see you.’”
We definitely see you, Jamie!
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