Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde Does The Edit

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On feeling ‘minimized’ by being too attractive:

“When I was younger, it felt like the main point was that [I was] one of the attractive actresses, and I felt totally minimalized by it, as everyone does. But it’s worn off, in a good way; I’m happy to have grown out of the place where that is the main point being made about me.”

… says Olivia.

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cheeze.wiz
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cheeze.wiz

I LOVE HER

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People will have little sympathy for her being too attractive; it’s certainly not a hardship in Hollywood. But I suppose it can be a double-edged sword in terms of people not taking you seriously. It’s definitely more of a liability being ugly and trying to make it in showbiz though. And Olivia looks beautiful here, her looks haven’t diminished at all, though I guess she’s not the new young, hot girl anymore

Hannah
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Hannah

It’s only a win for men, let’s be honest. Women lose either way.

gmez
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gmez

Dear Mel, she has never been the new young and hot girl she just had amazing photoshops like those photoshops above that´s all, and photoshops dont make any woman beautiful but the problem is when you see those photoshops everywhere and makes you think that woman is really hot

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I more meant the “new young hot girl” as an archetype. Once you hit a certain age you can’t be sold as the sexy ingenue, regardless of whether you’ve retained your looks. Photoshop certainly does soften certain aspects of Olivia’s face though.

Steve
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Steve

Olivia Wilde has always had manly facial features, stumpy legs, cankles, droopy a– and a jaw which can stop a truck even when she was in her 20´s she just hided them with her hair, a serious face and tons of makeup around her eyes and despite of that everybody called her hot even when the real her looked like a transvestite

Agatha
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Agatha

Gorgeous as always.

gmez
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gmez

well, she has always looked good in photoshops

Agatha
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Agatha

I didn’t know today was Troll Day…

gmez
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gmez

It seems it´s deny the truth day. By the way have you noticed that Olivia Wilde just wears miniskirt when she is photoshopped ?

HB
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She’s beautiful, but I’m not sure I’ll ever take her seriously, becUse she was one of the attractive actresses, and her main point was being pretty.

gmez
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gmez

i think her main point was having amazing photoshops and having a serious face all the time to hide her facial features

angry_bird
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angry_bird

I don’t even think she’s attractive

Ashley
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Ashley

SAME!

lc
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SAME HERE TOO!

Steve
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Steve

100 % agree with you, even i could look like Mr Universe if i was photoshopped

stefonknee
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stefonknee

That forehead!

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AlyssaMoh

women are supposed to have high foreheads; guys have short foreheads. Try to google a female actress that has a short forehead, there are not that many…

stefonknee
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stefonknee

So? That doesn’t make a massive forehead attractive.

And many models have proportional foreheads, such as Cindy Crawford.

AA
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Its actually reversed. Men have higher foreheads because they have naturally longer faces and hair thinning. Feminine features are smaller foreheads, chins and rounder faces.

Its the model industry that has been recruting big foreheads because it looks wierd. Like super wide set eyes.

stefonknee
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stefonknee

I also think that we get a warped idea of beauty based on what we see in the media.

Super wide set eyes, high cheekbones, high foreheads, narrow noses all photograph wonderfully, but that does not automatically translate to *objective* beauty.

It is possible to be beautiful in real life but not in photographs. Specific features look best in 2D because of the nature of the medium. This is not proof of objective beauty, rather it is simply evidence that certain features look great under certain conditions.

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AlyssaMoh
but it’s not just the model industry – its actresses too. a small or low forehead is considered masculine – especially one that isn’t rounded. Its just one of those things that is supposed to develop with the right mix of hormones. That’s not saying that a girl with a short. flatter forehead can’t be pretty, they can, but if they had a higher rounder forehead they would likely look better. One of the first things they change on men transitioning to women is the forehead – they make the forehead round and adjust it so its higher, rounder and… Read more »
AA
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Okay. Hollywood industry. Marilyn Monroe has a normal-low forehead and its also v-shaped. Still concidered today as one of the most beautiful women who ever lived. As you can see on the comments here; people ate not a big fan of Olivia Wildes forehead. Its very generalizing saying that a forehead is supposed to look like this and that and lips should be this and that shape. People are different and so are their beauty. Thats what make other stand out. I dont think Cara Devines eyebrows are beauty by standard, but in 2016 it is. I dont think model… Read more »
stefonknee
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stefonknee

Rita Hayworth had a very low forehead and she is one of the great beauties of all time.

Facial balance is what’s important and even then, tiny flaws can take a face from bland yet pretty to memorable.

I agree with you and despise the idea that there is one specific standard of beauty and that if you don’t fit it (your forehead is a mm too low) you are crap.

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AlyssaMoh

i think THAT is a MUCH better comment than “That forehead”. I think her forehead is perfect BUT when you combine it with the ratio that her jaw and lower face bring in, she is outside the “purportedly” ideal proportions of 1/3 -1/3-1/3 (that being said, some people are outside that ratio and still breath taking).
I think its not her upper 1/3 that throw her facial balance off, rather her lower face is a little too long.

stefonknee
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stefonknee

“That forehead’ is perfectly apt.

This is an informal forum, not a PhD thesis.

And you keep making the mistake in assuming that because some high foreheads are attractive, that an even higher forehead = the most attractive.

Again, balance is what’s important.

Raising a forehead to ridiculous levels will not make someone more attractive.

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AlyssaMoh
the thing is that there ARE people who’s PhDs are based on facial proportions – but that’s beyond most people in this place. I agree that balance is important, but on the whole facial symmetry isn’t subjective, more objective, While there are exceptions, the rule is usually in favour of a certain way. Im sure that there are apple shaped bodies that look nice (Kate Upton); im sure that there are short legged proportions that work (Rachel Bilson); im sure that there are women with larger noses that work beautifully (audrey) and im sure that there are people have unusual… Read more »
stefonknee
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stefonknee

And Olivia’s forehead is too damn big for the rest of her face.

Deal with it.

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AlyssaMoh

i’ll deal with it if you tell me why rita hayworth raised her hairline. Your move.

stefonknee
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stefonknee

So according to you, a balanced face is not as attractive as a the most giant forehead possible

So why didn’t they just move her forehead back 5 more inches so that she could be the most ultra beautiful woman on the planet?

Too much of a good thing, are you familiar with it?

Full lips are sexy, giant puffed up lips a la Jocelyne Wildenstein are not. Same concept here.

Huge foreheads are not beautiful.

stefonknee
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stefonknee

Google Rita Hayworth and tell me how masculine she was, ok.

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AlyssaMoh

she’s attractive, sure but the question remains: why did she go through PAINFUL electrolysis, which is a repeat process to raise her hairline? for fun? as a hobby? no, because there are pressures to fit an ideal. And she did it, knowing why. It’s the same reason people – especially in film and fashion – diet, to try to approach a certain aesthetic, get nose jobs, get breast implants.

gmez
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gmez

That jaw! Those legs! That head! between other things

lc
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Meh. Interesting quote lol because I’ve never found her attractive at all. And for some reason I find her really annoying.

Anabelle
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Anabelle

Great features. I like her.

gmez
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gmez

Didn´t you mean square features ?

Teiku5
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Teiku5

I love Olivia – she’s such a beautiful woman and very charming too.
She looks fantastic in this ed.

gmez
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gmez

It´s was retouched

Rita
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Rita

your comments are kinda pathetic.. i really feel sorry for you.. i hope you find peace in yourself.. and let go of all of this negative energy..

skkq
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skkq

I’ve always liked Olivia, and I love this shoot. Yeah, the quote is annoying but I understand what she’s saying. Not many people want to be pigeonholed, especially actors, and to try to break into something different can be tough. I think she’s talented, I love her in “Portlandia”, so so funny.

ayu
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I find her really pretty, and she seems smart in most interviews.

Steve
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Steve

So more super retouched photoshops where Olivia Wilde doesn´t look like herself, i´ve seen photoshops like that for years since she was on House and they were the main reason she was called the sexiest female doctor on House and is considered one of the sexiest celebs in Hollywood i know her photoshops have the wow factor but Olivia Wilde doesn´t have the wow factor in real life, plus on screen she has a serious face and is always showing her only good angle

Agatha
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Agatha

She still looks gorgeous on those pictures to me.

Deborah G.
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Deborah G.

I agree with you. She is stunning

Steve
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Steve

She looks stunning as long as she doesnt dare to show off her whole MASSIVE, MANLY AND SQUARE FACE comment image

Steve
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Steve

Olivia Man Face Wilde looks stunning as long as she doesnt dare to show off her whole MASSIVE, MANLY AND SQUARE FACE, including her ugly legs and her granny a– comment image
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Steve
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Steve

hahahaha….if Olivia Wilde is stunning i dont want to imagine how an ugly woman looks………….an ugly woman looks like a monster?

prettydarnfunny
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prettydarnfunny

meh….

stefonknee
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stefonknee

That’s great.

Except it doesn’t automatically mean that a giant forehead is automatically the most attractive.

Olivia’s forehead is huge.

Big eyes and long legs are also considered to be attractive. But a bug eyed cartoon character, if such a character existed as a real person, would freak everyone out.

There is a concept known as ‘too much of a good thing’

If Barbie, for example, was a real person, she would not be attractive, she’d be scary.

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AlyssaMoh

Oh, i agree Barbie, the “ideal” has very wide set eyes, a pinched nose, big lips a high, broad forehead and chin nublette – all these hyper-feminine features that if you saw on a real person would be alien looking.
Once things start getting into deformity range…

stefonknee
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stefonknee

Yep.

And Olivia’s forehead is a bit too big for me. Oh, I still think that she is beautiful, just that her forehead and square jaw are not what I consider to be my #1 choice.

I also consider Amber Valletta to be insanely beautiful, even though I think that her forehead is too big for her face.

I have always considered proportional foreheads to be the most attractive. Chalk it up to personal preference.

AA
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This person writing obviously has a giant forehead.

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AlyssaMoh
No, i actually have a Fergie forehead and notice that most average looking women have at least a 4 finger forehead, and models and actresses have a 5 finger forehead. It’s just one of those things that distinguish feminine looking faces from masculine faces. Kim Kardashian had her hairline raised, so did Rita Hayworth and a lot of other celebs – there’s a reason for it. A short hairline is not attractive. Look at all the oscar actresses that were just featured on this page – all have the same face shape: wide-set eyes, high forehead, and small chin. It’s… Read more »
AA
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I get what you are saying but there is no such thing as one standard for all. Its all about face balance. It doesnt matter if you have a big forehead when your other features dont look good. I have a “4 finger-forehead” but its wide AF and it would look rodicilous compared to the rest of my face if it was bigger. Then I have a friend that has the Kylie jenner forehead and she is truly a stunner. So its very individual. Mist models dont look good in real life, i know cause my roomate had been on… Read more »
stefonknee
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stefonknee

Yes, Rita had her hairline raised but her forehead was still quite small in comparison to other actresses.

By your standards, she still had a tiny forehead and was therefore mannish looking and unsexy.

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AlyssaMoh

She did have a tiny forehead before, and i do think raising her hairline brought her face a lot more beauty. Its just an aesthetic that for reasons related probably to youthfulness and to some, ethnic influence, is more pleasing to westerners.
I think there are some exceptions with short foreheads (Frieda Pinto, Miranda Kerr) but by and large, one of the markers in most actresses and models is a higher, rounder forehead, which like longer legs, a certain waist-to-hip ratio, ect are appealing (likely to men)

Deborah G.
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Deborah G.

She is incredibly beautiful.

Melissa Hayes
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Melissa Hayes

Woe is me, it’s so hard to be beautiful!

FG87
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FG87

So Olivia thinks she is ‘minimized’ by being too attractive? Olivia really thinks she is as attractive as she looks in her SUPER RETOUCHED PHOTOSHOPS…hahahahahahaha……poor of her….. Btw why the two warts she has next to one eye ALWAYS disappear when she is SO photoshopped as always?

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