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Salma Hayek plans to age without surgery

"I'm not going to end up as a mummy. You have to age with dignity and grace," said Hayek.

November 24, 2021 3:05pm

Updated: November 24, 2021 6:32pm

At 55, the famous Mexican actress, producer and businesswoman Salma Hayek continues to stand out in Hollywood both for her talent and her beauty.

In January of last year, Hayek was interviewed by a journalist from the Mexican program 'Sale el Sol,' who asked her what the standard of Latin beauty meant to her

"A little bit of pressure," she replied. "I don't want to disappoint them, but I also don't want to have this pressure when I'm 50 or 60. I'm not going to have plastic surgery, I'm not going to end up as a mummy. You have to age with dignity and grace."

During the conversation, she added that as the years go by, her fans will have to get used to seeing her physique change.

In July of last year, Hayek confessed in an interview with Jada Pinkett Smith on Red Table Talk that menopause enlarged her breasts naturally and that she did not undergo plastic surgery as was rumored at the time.

Hayek is one of the best-known Mexican actresses in the world, but she is also an example of natural beauty.

She is one of the few celebrities who goes out without makeup and does not touch up her pictures on social networks. She has used her platforms to show off her gray hair, proving that she is not afraid of her age.

The Mexican actress is also not afraid to show off her impressive curves at 55. Throughout her social media, Hayek shares photos of herself in stunning swimsuits and elegant outfits.

As if that wasn't enough, in November of this year she received her star on the Walk of Fame, which she dedicated to all her fans.

"When you all see my star here, I want you to know that because you are all in my heart, part of your support is here. You are also part of this star," Hayek said.

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Marielbis Rojas

Marielbis Rojas is a Venezuelan journalist and communications professional with a degree in Social Communication from UCAB. She is a news reporter for ADN America.