Jane Fonda bids adieu to plastic surgery
Jane Fonda, Oscar winning actor, spoke openly about her insecurities, problems and how she will no longer get any plastic surgery done
Jane Fonda has opened up about her struggles with self-acceptance and her decision to stop having plastic surgery. In an interview with Elle Canada, Jane Fonda said: “I can’t pretend that I’m not vain, but there isn’t going to be any more plastic surgery – I’m not going to cut myself up anymore. “I have to work every day to be self-accepting; it doesn’t come easy to me,” she added.
Jane Fonda, the Grace and Frankie star has always been vocal about her struggles and issues with the audience. Now, at age 82, Fonda is bidding adieu to the plastic surgery knife. In her 2018 HBO documentary, Jane Fonda in Five Acts, the Oscar-winning actor confessed, “I’m glad I look good for my age, but I’ve had plastic surgery. On one level, I hate the fact that I’ve had the need to alter myself physically to feel that I’m okay. I wish I wasn’t like that. I wish I was braver. But I am what I am.”
In her documentary, Fonda said that she loved older faces. “I love lived-in faces. I loved Vanessa Redgrave’s face,” citing her peer, who is one year older. Fonda accepted that she just had a hard time accepting her own aging. The actor has copped to getting face-lifts, breast implants (which she had removed), and work done around her eyes and jawline. “I got tired of looking tired when I wasn’t,” Fonda explained in Five Acts. Fonda prides herself on her honesty and tries to use social media with the same kind of honesty.
Fonda is a spokeswoman for L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect. “They chose me not in spite of my age but because of my age,” Fonda has said. “They are committed to the idea that beauty is not simply in the young and model-perfect but in all people regardless of ethnicity or age.”
Source: Vanity Fair