In the glitz and glamour of Hollywood it's easy for celebs to get a nip and tuck here and there when something isn't physically appealing to them. How many times have we seen perfectly attractive celebs ruin their good looks with plastic surgery? (Meg Ryan, anyone?)
While we can't say we wouldn't get a little Botox once in awhile if we had the option we aren't sure if we'd be running to the doctor every time a line showed up on our face. That's why we appreciate the celebs in Hollywood who go au naturale, proving even in Hollywood you don't always have to fake it to make it.
Country pop star Taylor Swift showed off her naturally good looks in a cute bikini last week as she took a break in Australia to have fun under the Aussie sun. The singer looked perfectly poised in a black and white retro halter swimsuit. We love that Taylor embraces her petite figure and isn't rushing out to get a boob job anytime soon. This is one teen queen who seems to be happy with herself and her body.
Oscar winning actress Kate Winslet is one beautiful babe in Hollywood who has publicly taken a stand against plastic surgery. Last summer the star, along with other mega celebs including Emma Thompson, spoke out about her views on remaining herself without going under the knife.
"I will never give in," Kate said. "It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty.
Brunette babe Rachel Weisz also joined the group of celebrity women who refuse to get plastic surgery.
The 41-year-old star who recently wed Bond star Daniel Craig said that people "who look too perfect don't look sexy or particularly beautiful." We couldn't agree more and when you look like her and have Mr. Bond in your bed every night, why would you even need surgery?
British born babes aren't the only ones who are getting our attention as some of the most naturally beautiful stars. Jessica Biel and Emily Blunt are both Hollywood dames that regularly wear minimal makeup on the red carpet and look perfectly happy in their own skin.
Will views on beauty in Tinseltown change when they see stars aren't willing to go under the knife anymore for their careers?
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