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Emilia Clarke has again shown, with its rejection of the botox, how the film industry continues to require actresses a aesthetic canon outdated and unnecessary and continues to force them to pursue an eternal youth that conditions them in their daily lives. The actress has revealed in an interview for She UK that the worst advice you have been given to take care of your skin came from a facialist who told him that his face needed a stuffed at 28 years old.
The actress of Game of Thrones He has shown his anger when they proposed that he have a treatment anti-aging: “Once I had a facialist who told me I needed a filling and I showed him the door,” he explained bluntly.
“At 34, I am wiser, more intelligent, I have had more experiencesI’ve done all these things and I’m proud of it. So, if my face is going to reflect the time I have spent on this earth, I am willing to do that, “the actress has argued, emphasizing that this conversation took place when she had not even reached thirty.
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Emilia has also wanted to reflect in her statements as the industry often press actresses for injections of botox and show perfect skin, but on the other hand they need to maintain the expression on their face to be able to show the feelings of each character.
The actress has not been alone in this claim, and has shared some of her beauty tips that have made it a benchmark of natural beauty. He assures that the best advice to take care of his skin has been given to him by his mother: “She always told me to cleanse, tone and hydrate. And then there are the crazy tips that really work. I remember when someone told me the trick of the teaspoon, in the what do you wear one cold spoon on the eyelids to reduce puffiness, it was not credible but it really works, “said Clarke.
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