15 Female Celebrities Who Say No to Plastic Surgery

15 Female Celebrities Who Say No to Plastic Surgery

Despite pressure from Hollywood to go under the knife, we've found a slew of silver-screen goddesses who have spoken out against cosmetic enhancements

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Meryl Streep, 65

Meryl Streep, 65

Citing the horror stories of what can go wrong, Streep sticks by her feeling that those who succumb to surgery draw more attention to their features than those who don’t.

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Kate Winslet, 39

Kate Winslet, 39
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This Oscar winner says that plastic surgery goes against her morals.

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Tina Fey, 45

Tina Fey, 45
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Our girl crush and 30 Rock star thinks Botox makes faces look like shiny, waxy candles.

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Rachel Weisz, 45

Rachel Weisz, 45
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This screen siren joined forces with Kate Winslet and Emma Thompson to form the British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League.

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Julia Roberts, 47

Julia Roberts, 47
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Our pretty woman admits to trying Botox once and swears never to do it again. She prefers healthy living and has said that people should know what emotion she’s feeling the exact moment she’s feeling it.

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Salma Hayek, 48

Salma Hayek, 48

This sultry star has been tempted by the allure of Botox but has firmly resisted.

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Brooke Shields, 50

Brooke Shields, 50
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We’re proud to see the model-actress embracing the fine lines and wrinkles that come with age.

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Jodie Foster, 52

Jodie Foster, 52
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Forever young comes to mind when thinking of Foster. She’d prefer to hear someone say she has a bad nose rather than actually have a bad nose job.

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Julianne Moore, 54

Julianne Moore, 54
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Kudos to the Still Alice star, who played a character her own age. The whip-smart actress has said, “Cosmetic surgery itself starts to look normal, and we lose track of what a real face is like.”

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Emma Thompson, 56

Emma Thompson, 56

The classy British actress thinks that people in their 60s shouldn’t have to look like they’re in their 30s.

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Isabella Rossellini, 62

Isabella Rossellini, 62
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The effortlessly chic Italian actress prefers to go au naturel and calls plastic surgery the new foot binding.

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Sigourney Weaver, 65

Sigourney Weaver, 65
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“Life should put lines on your face,” says the still radiant Ghostbusters actress.

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Lauren Hutton, 71

Lauren Hutton, 71
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Just as that famous gap in her teeth didn’t derail her modeling career, the lines on her face will only enhance this legendary cover girl’s natural beauty.

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Dame Judi Dench, 80

Dame Judi Dench, 80
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Skyfall's M wouldn't be so saucy without a few wrinkles.

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Brigitte Bardot, 80

Brigitte Bardot, 80

Still a bombshell after all these years, Bardot has invested her cash in animal welfare rather than plastic surgery.

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