The talented actress Salma Hayek never seems to get old, and we now know that it is not by use of cosmetic injections. “I don’t believe in Botox because it makes your face does not move”, tells Hayek to Dujour and reaffirms its stance that the beauty and plastic surgery do not necessarily go hand in hand. “And [aside] is something that you have to do for the rest of your life, and every time I have to do more and more.”
She in part attributed to the fact that this ageing-the natural way to the reason why he was given the opportunity to interpret the character of Beatrice in his next film, Beatriz at Dinner. “At some point [of the film], [director Michael] Arteta the camera focuses on my face for a long period of time. I suddenly thought that people would get bored: didn’t have his makeup put and the light was bad on purpose. But I felt liberated to see me ugly – just imagine the freedom. You don’t have to spend time in hair and makeup. You don’t have to sleep the night before, you don’t have to wear masks. It was very nice. I never would have given the role of Beatrice if I had done something in the face.”
Hayek, who now has 50 years, it also explains that you don’t want to do something to the face for the love she has to her husband François-Henri Pinault. “Look, if there was something that you could do to stay looking good, I would do it. But I’m in love with my husband, and I want to look like a beautiful woman’s to the 70’s. I want the to see me and think, ‘Ok, my wife has aged, but still there is beauty there’”.