“That’s what an older woman in the public eye has to deal with. I’m told my face needs ‘fixing’. It’s kind of ‘gone bad’ as I got older. Should I s ‘wonder that most of us who can afford it resort to some form of repairing what we’re told is broken? Paulina wrote.
“For the record, I had laser treatments. And the plasma pen. I would like to find a balance between being proud to look my age and feeling pretty sometimes. In my work, I’m confronted with my own face in almost artificial detail – and even though I’ve come to accept most of it, I still struggle to accept it all. But telling a woman what she “must” do herself to be seen as attractive, whether it’s hair color, makeup, ski creams or clothes – or the more invasive options – makes her shame. Every time you catch yourself thinking or saying “you know, you should…” to a friend, stop for a moment. If she doesn’t ask for help, are you really helping her? »
“Find out what you think is beautiful in your friends and point it out. The best way to support each other is to celebrate what already exists,” she added.
Paulina recently revealed that a relationship with an ex helped her heal.
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