Julianne Moore Covers Allure Magazine
Julianne Moore is not a fan of plastic surgery, as she reveals between the glossy covers of this month’s Allure magazine.
Moore, 49, says she has no problem with getting older and letting gravity do its thing – no nip/tuck shenanigans for her.
Check out some interview highlights below, and some snaps from her photo shoot.
On having to stay out of the sun:
“I have what I call ‘my outfit’, I wear a long-sleeved rash guard and a pair of board shorts. It’s not so sexy, but I keep myself covered. My husband hates it. But if you ever see me at a water park, that’s what I’ll be wearing.”
On getting older:
“I’m always shocked by people who talk about not being middle-aged, I’m like, ‘How old do you think you’re going to live? Let’s double your age and see where you get.’ People are always like, ‘Thirty-five is not middle-aged.’ I’m like, ‘Double it.’”
On finding herself modeling at age 50:
“I like to call myself the hundred-year-old model.”
On plastic surgery:
“I hate to condemn people for doing it, but 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 instinctively find that appealing. We think we do, but then when you look at somebody who’s had their face altered in some way, it just looks weird. We recognize emotionally that that’s not what we look like, that there’s something off. You don’t want to take away what makes a face look human.”
Check out Allure for more on Moore’s interview.