At 54, Christy Turlington is ‘staying away’ from cosmetic surgery: ‘I like seeing an actual face’

Don’t anticipate this magnificence to get Botox.

At 54, Christy Turlington says she received’t be embracing cosmetic surgery procedures, telling Marie Claire that she commends those that hold all of it pure as effectively.

The long-lasting supermodel gave readers a peek into her self-care and make-up routine, telling the journal, “Girls who’ve stayed away from augmentation of themselves—these are the ladies I actually admire.” 

“I like seeing an actual face,” the Calvin Klein mannequin declared.

“A face of somebody who’s lived life.”

The well-known ’90s supermodel doesn’t approve of cosmetic surgery.
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The Calvin Klein mannequin, who’s married to actor Ed Burns, names Jane Birkin as one among her idols.
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The ’90s tremendous mannequin known as the late Jane Birkin (and other people like her) her “magnificence icon,” as a result of “They’ve the sort of faces I prefer to see and we don’t get to see as lots of these on the earth anymore.”

Turlington described Birkin as being “as stunning on the finish of her life as she was early on,” and defined, “I can be a type of faces. I’m a type of faces.” 

The mother of two has opened up about her distaste for cosmetic surgery previously, telling City & Nation in 2016 she’s “by no means” had Botox or cosmetic surgery as a result of she doesn’t have the time and doesn’t assume it appears to be like good. 

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The mother of two known as Jane Birkin as being “as stunning on the finish of her life as she was early on.”

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Turlington beforehand instructed City & Nation cosmetic surgery appears to be like “freaky.”

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“Perhaps I’d assume otherwise if I believed it seemed good and it didn’t damage and it didn’t ship unhealthy messages to younger folks. However I’ve by no means seen somebody who I’ve been like, ‘Oh, that’s a good suggestion.’ It appears to be like freaky to me,” Turlington continued. 

Turlington’s buddy and fellow mannequin Linda Evangelista was famously a sufferer of a process gone fallacious, suing a beauty therapy firm that allegedly left her “brutally disfigured” whereas Turlington supported her within the aftermath.

The yogi isn’t the one celeb who’s outspoken about avoiding beauty procedures. Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Garner, Drew Barrymore and extra A-listers all talked about avoiding fillers and Botox.