Salma Hayek is one of Hollywood's most beautiful women and shes showing her stunning appearance in the September issue of Allure Magazine. "My breasts, they are not bad, by the way. I do not complain about them." The actor who has received critical acclaim playing decidedly less sexy role of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, explained that early in her career, she was shelved by his character. She felt she had to tailor its appearance to Set Hollywood's demands.
Salma on women remaining youthful:
"I think every woman has the right to fight to preserve their youth," she says. But not too surgified of celebrity dermatologists. "It's like a uniform of a generation ," Hayek says. " And it is not necessarily beautiful. It is not wrinkled appearance, but it is not beautiful."
Salma on the beauty of line, she is creating:
"I am with the philosophy that in you it's beauty, and you must learn to locate it and expand it in a natural way, One thing that is exciting about being a woman is that you can rediscover your beauty again and again and again. "
Salma on her young-looking skin:
"My career has given me a lot of experience to be under pressure to be beautiful and to look for tricks to make it work.