Charlize Theron Reveals Her Biggest Beauty Regret, and It Isn’t Plastic Surgery
Charlize Theron, the 48-year-old actress, candidly admits to having regrets about following a 1990s beauty trend. Throughout her illustrious career, Theron has undergone various beauty transformations, but one particular look stands out as her most regrettable choice.
Charlize tried the most popular beauty trend and now she’s still recovering from that.
Charlize made the ultra-thin eyebrows that were en vogue in the 1990s. This style had its zenith when the South African actress embarked on her Hollywood journey over three decades ago. At that time, the trend was embraced by luminaries ranging from supermodels like Kate Moss to celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Alba.
Charlize Theron, too, succumbed to the allure of this trend, but today she wishes she hadn’t. When asked about her most significant beauty regret, she didn’t hesitate to respond, saying, “Hands down, the thin eyebrows in the ’90s. I’m still recovering from that.”
Despite being in her late 40s, Charlize Theron is a vocal advocate for natural aging and fully embraces the changes her body is experiencing. She emphasized her satisfaction with the natural aging process.
Theron revealed that some people have questioned whether she has undergone treatments due to the noticeable changes in her appearance. To this, she confidently responds, “I’m just aging! It doesn’t mean I got bad plastic surgery. This is just what happens.”
She notices double standards about aging between men and women.
The actress expressed her frustration with the persistent double standard when it comes to discussing aging between men and women. She stated, “I despise that concept and I want to fight against it, but I also think women want to age in a way that feels right to them. I think we need to be a little bit more empathetic to how we all go through our journey.”
Charlize Theron’s openness about her beauty choices and her commitment to embracing natural aging serve as a testament to her advocacy for a more inclusive and accepting approach to the aging process.