Kristin Davis speaks candidly about her experience with fillers and Botox.
This And Just Like That The 58-year-old star said in a new interview Telegram This week, where she’s tinkered with beauty tools over the years, she explained that “it’s always hard to face your younger self.”
Playing his role, Davis admits he’s had “good and bad” experiences. Sex and the City Charlotte York – who has been in her 30s since she was also in her 30s – also noted that she “shed tears” after getting backlash for her decision to use fillers and botox.
“I had to terminate them and I was ruthlessly mocked,” he told the broadcast. “And I cried about it. It’s so stressful.”
The actress said she finds it a “challenge” to accept that she’s getting older, as society encourages women to look younger.
“It’s hard to remember that you don’t have to look like that,” Davis explained. “The Internet wants you to do that, but it also doesn’t want you to. They’re so contradictory.”
Davis said she also had plastic surgery on her lips, but admitted that the results did not turn out as she had hoped. “For a long time no one told me you didn’t look good,” she said. Telegram.
“Fortunately I have good friends who finally say – the thing is, you’re not smiling at yourself in the mirror. Who smiles at himself in the mirror? Crazy people,” Davis continued.
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Today, Davis’ stance on getting fillers—and the criticism associated with it—is much more relaxed.
“Anyway. I can’t go on,” said the actress. “I don’t have time. you trust the doctors. [but] when things go wrong people blame us personally – [as if] I stuck a needle in my face.”
Davis also told the outlet that she no longer exercises or has a special diet, referring to her daughter Gemma and son Wilson, whom she adopted in 2011 and 2018. “I only eat what the kids eat,” Davis said. respectively.