Jamie Lee Curtis criticizes plastic surgery as “erasing generations of beauty”
Jamie Lee Curtis has criticized the increase in the number of women resorting to plastic surgery in order to meet beauty standards.
In an interview with Fast business, the Halloween star shared her own experience with a cosmetic procedure: “I tried plastic surgery and it didn’t work. It made me addicted to Vicodin. I have been sober for 22 years now.
She then criticized the popularity of plastic surgery: “The current trend in fillers and procedures, and this obsession with filtering, and the things we do to adjust how we look on Zoom are erasing generations of beauty. Once you laugh at your face, you can’t get it back.
Curtis also called social media “a real danger to young people.”
Developing its comments, the True lies The actor said, “It’s like giving a toddler a chainsaw. We just don’t know the longitudinal effect, mental, spiritual and physical, on a generation of young people suffering from social media. , because of the comparisons with others.All of us who are old enough know that this is all a lie.
Curtis also said she prefers to stay away from websites like Twitter and Facebook: “I use social media to sell things and amplify things that are close to my heart. Period. The rest are cancerous. I never read a single review.
Curtis can then be seen in Halloween kills, which will be her sixth time playing Laurie Strode in the long-running horror series.