May 18, 2022

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Cameron Diaz talks about aging and beauty standards

Cameron Diaz talks about aging and beauty standards

Cameron Diaz Not immune to the pressures of beauty standards in society.

The in her shoes Najma, 49, appeared Michelle Visage base cutters audio notationShe spoke about whether she had changed her appearance to satisfy societal ideals. Diaz explained, “I’m definitely a victim of all the societal objections and exploitation that women are subjected to. I’ve bought all of them myself at certain times. It’s hard not to look at yourself and judge yourself against some beauty brand.”

Cameron Diaz talks about her approach to aging as she heads toward her 50th birthday. (Photo: Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic)

The actress who stepped out of the Hollywood spotlight to She raises her daughter Radix with her husband Benji Maddenhe added, “I think that’s one of the biggest things of the past eight years. I’m like a wild animal, like a beast. I don’t care. It’s the last thing I think about on a daily basis.”

Diaz from The founders of the clean wine brand AvalineShe explained that she calms the surrounding noise of old age by looking in mirrors less frequently – something she rarely avoided as an actress who sometimes had to sit in front of one for “seven hours a day”.

“You just sit in front of the mirror, and that’s toxic. You just start to differentiate yourself,” she remembers. “You’re like, ‘Why am I sitting here so mean to myself?’”

She added, “My body is strong. My body is capable. Why would I talk about it so deeply and be so mean when it got me this far? It gave me so much experience. All the things I did because my body took me there, was strong enough to get me there. Why would I abuse it? And I’m mean to her? It’s not that I didn’t do these things, but when I’m there, I’m like, “Wait, let’s really think about it.”

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body book The author, who is celebrating his birthday this year, remarked, “I’m going to be 50 this year. Isn’t that too exciting? I can’t wait. I can’t wait to turn 50. I know more. I’ve done so much.”

It was Diaz Don’t be afraid to turn forty, As for. At an event for her book The Longevity Book: The Science of Aging and the Biology of Force and Time Excellence In 2016, she explained, “When I was 39 in interviews, people kept asking me, ‘Aren’t you afraid of turning 40?'” ‘ I said, ‘Do you know something? Should I be afraid? What will happen?” I was like, “I feel great! What am I supposed to be afraid of?”

The Charlie’s Angels The alum also previously shared her thoughts on changing her appearance through plastic surgery Entertainment tonight In 2014, “I tried [Botox] Before, where she was like [a] A tiny little touch of something. I changed my face in such a weird way that I was like, ‘No, I don’t want that [be] Such as [that]”…I’d rather see my face get old than see a face that doesn’t belong to me at all.”

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