Staying beautiful into older age is no easy task. The stress of work, children and life events have a way of catching up to even the most beautiful women. Gravity isn’t a big help either. For celebrities it’s not quite as hard to age gracefully. They have options at their disposal that normal folk just don’t have. Not everyone can afford a facelift, plastic surgery, fillers or liposuction on a random Tuesday. The following celebrity women have great genes, natural beauty and some of the aforementioned options on their side.
At age 46, Cate Blanchett is looking more beautiful than ever. The Australian born actress is one of the most decorated actresses of all time. She has won not 1 but 2 Academy Awards. That is very difficult! Her winning roles were delivered in The Aviator and Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine. She has also won numerous other awards including 3 Golden Globes, 2 British Academy Awards and 2 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Even though the actress is totally gorgeous naturally, it is fairly obvious that she has had some work done. If you compare pictures of her from 1998 and 2014, you will see that she had a nose job. Her cheek skin is also tighter and smoother which signifies Botox injections. Usually by age 45, the skin starts to dull, but Cate’s look like she still in her 20s. This is no attack on her because she looks beautiful no matter what, but it’s interesting to see which plastic surgeries celebrities decide to have done.
Julian Moore has been one of the most beautiful redheads in Hollywood for quite some time and hasn’t missed a beat since she started. She has a certain, unique grace about her.
Moore is also a very versatile actress. She has appeared in serious roles and even made a striking appearance as Maude Lebowski in the comedy cult classic, The Big Lebowski. Julian started by studying theatre at the acclaimed Boston University. She has been nominated for 3 Academy Awards and finally struck gold in 2014 for her part in the movie, Still Alice.
She is a rarity in Hollywood, since it does not look like she has had any plastic surgeries. In an interview with The Daily Mail, she gave this as her opinion on plastic surgery, “I don’t believe it makes people look better. I think it just makes them look like they had something done to their face, and I don’t think we find that instinctually appealing.” It’d be interesting to hear some of her beauty secrets.