Sharon Stone was a fashion model before hitting international fame as a sexy temptress in “Basic Instinct.” But Stone revealed somewhat recently that she struggled to accept her figure. She said in one interview, that there was a point in her forties when she went into the bathroom with a bottle of wine, locked the door, and said, that she wouldn’t get out until she could fully accept her body.
Now that she is in her sixties, those struggles are behind her. She’s very content with her body. As for her youthful complexion, she began using filler after a 2011 stroke.
Julianne Moore - Born December 3rd, 1960
Julianne Moore has decades in show business, but it doesn’t show. Never mind the fact she is already well into her 60s. She thinks that age is a state of mind and wishes Hollywood would be kinder to women over 30. As for her, the Oscar-winning actress is much more than 30 and aging gracefully. But she questions the term.
“There’s so much judgment in the term ‘aging gracefully.’ Is there an ungraceful way to age?” Moore asks rhetorically. She added that no one has an option about aging, so it’s not a positive or a negative thing. And we couldn’t agree more with the star.
Ewan McGregor - Born March 31st, 1971
Scottish actor Ewan McGregor wins a lot of American acting awards. But he’s also been honored in the U.K. with an OBE and the Britannia Humanitarian Award BAFTA for all his work towards and with UNICEF. He’s known for portraying Obi-Wan Kenobi in the “Star Wars” prequels.
To stay in shape, McGregor prefers outdoor exercise to the gym. Usually, he runs five to eight miles, bikes, hikes, or snow skis. He eats nutritiously. The actor stopped drinking in 2000, which helps preserve his youthful demeanor. He is way past his 50th year around the sun, but thanks to great skin, you would never know.
Brad Pitt - Born December 18th, 1963
This famously good-looking actor has been making movies since the ‘90s. He made his mark in “Thelma & Louise” delivering a sexy male role and went on to be a two-time Oscar-winning actor. Today, many decades later and after a long list of accolades, he remains super handsome.
“GQ” magazine looked into it to see if he used cosmetic surgery. Consulting a U.K. dermatologist at Harrods Wellness Clinic, they found that Pitt has great genes, takes care of his skin, and is lucky. The doctor found no evidence of any fillers, laser treatments, or surgeries. He is as naturally beautiful as ever.
Kate Winslet - Born October 5th, 1975
English actress Kate Winslet captured the hearts of the world as “Titanic’s” beautiful and elegant Rose. That film came out in 1997. Decades later, the Oscar winner looks as stunning as ever. She gave some of her beauty secret tips to L’Oréal’s beauty magazine.
She says she washes her face in the mornings with cold water and a washcloth. She adds SPF if it’s sunny and a little concealer. At night she cleanses and then moisturizes and adds L’Oréal’s Midnight Serum. Few people will follow her lead with this tip: cold water swimming. She says it’s great for skin and circulation.