45 year-old Teri Hatcher is determined to prove that she doesn’t use Botox, implants or other modern enhancements – so she decided to post a few makeup-less pictures of herself on her Facebook page. The words that accompany her ‘mad, confused, sad and tired’ pictures:
â€œThought about all those damn critics of my face. Love it or hate it, my face that is, [it’s] no surgery, no implantsâ€¦ no matter what â€˜they’ say. Decided I’d shoot myself in to reveal some truths about â€œbeautyâ€ and hope it makes you all easier on yourself. Did I every toy with fillers or Botox over the years? Yes. Tell me does this look Botoxed to you? Yes I am alone in my bathroom naked in a towel on behalf of women everywhere trying to make a point. Women YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL. I can be mad, or confused, or sad and tired. Julia Roberts had that same vein in her forehead in Eat Pray Love. Proud of Julia for being a real woman on a real journey.â€
Teri also gives us a few tips on how to look our best in photos:
â€œJust me wanting to teach that all those glam versus trash pictures of celebs are about LIGHTING. It’s not makeup, it’s not surgery or Botoxâ€¦. Flat front light in your face, especially sun setting [or] 4pm light blows out all wrinkles and imperfections. Overhead light [and] sunâ€¦ casts shadows under your eye from your brow, making you look tired. Shoot all family reunion photos [with] the camera manâ€¦ holding the camera a little higher than your eye line.â€
What do you think of Teri’s brave initiative?
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Teri Hatcher (45) just launched a new website for women and she wants to share something with us:
â€œIt’s about embracing that as a woman, I’m not just defined by my form, if my breasts sag or if there is any cellulite on the back on my legs, if my knees and elbows have droopy skin or how many wrinkles I can find on my faceâ€¦ I work in an industry that seems to care a lot about all of this, and frankly makes lots of money off making everyone in the country care, too.â€
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