Salma Hayek, 53, wows fans with makeup-free selfie: 'The most beautiful woman on the planet ever'
Salma Hayek (pictured at the Oscars in February) opted for a low-maintenance look in her latest selfie. (Photo: REUTERS / Lucas Jackson)
Paulina Porizkova, who recently showed fans "how I actually look", is not the only celebrity over 50 who welcomes her natural beauty. On Sunday, 53-year-old actress Salma Hayek released a breathtaking selfie without a filter and no make-up outdoors.
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While the Mexican-American star is used to dazzling fans with bikini photos celebrating their curves and proudly regaining their ages, a simple selfie deserves its own raves, and many followers call it "natural beauty".
"Always on," read one comment.
"You really are the most beautiful woman on the planet," added a fan.
"You don't need filters because you are a natural beauty inside and out," wrote another commentator.
"You have this natural goddess-like beauty," agreed another supporter.
While her selfies get a lot of attention, Hayek also uses her platform forever. This weekend, she helped raise awareness of the case of Vanessa Guillen, a 20-year-old soldier who was missing at Fort Hood, Texas on April 22.
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