Getting tucks, fillers, and Botox has practically become a rite of passage, and yet none of us seems to know the etiquette. Do we say something? Or pretend not to notice?
No one’s impervious to the outrageous expectations we put on women in the public eye. Even in private, an eye lift doesn’t seem so bad.
Working in an industry that makes women feel insecure about their looks, the writer, a former celeb makeup artist, reflects on her role on our collective self-esteem, and her own self-scrutiny.
How is anyone in Hollywood supposed to age gracefully in a culture so terrified of getting older?
How Julie Chen’s disclosure reveals our hypocrisy around beauty and going under the knife.