Vanity is not having facelifts if you're ugly. Those people who say: 'Oh, I'd never dream of having anything done!' That's rude. It's rude, to other people, to not try and look your best; to not try and stir things up, to not reinvent... or just invent... it's one's duty to not get stuffy.
I can 100 percent tell you that I have not gone under the surgeon's knife or had a facelift.
I think that they haven't been able to perfect a good facelift for a man.
A woman of 40 or 50 or 60 can take estrogen replacements, get facelifts, spend her money in bars.
I'm a bit frightened of the idea of a full facelift because, when you look in the mirror, you want to look like yourself.
No one's ever told me I needed to get a facelift or anything.
I'm not a facelift person. I am what I am.
A smile is like an instant facelift and an instant mood lift.
I'd never have a facelift, as I have never seen one that looks good.
If you want to get a facelift, get a facelift. Don't sit there and talk about why you got it because of the pressure.
A bad facelift is like a bad toupee.
You can tell when someone has had a facelift and I haven't had a facelift, and I look like I haven't had a facelift.
I want to grow old without facelifts. I want to have the courage to be loyal to the face I have made.
Look at Nicola Walker in 'Last Tango in Halifax.' She has the most wonderful face. You just want to look at her. And if she'd gone off and had Botox and facelifts, I wouldn't want to look at that face because it wouldn't express anything.
I wouldn't say I'm vain - I'm just in a job where the way you look is important. Well, at least the facelift wasn't vanity, but the hair was.
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