Working in the entertainment industry, in front of the camera all day, can take a toll on your mental health. It forces you to be aware of your appearance and your body all the time, which creates all kinds of insecurities. In this way, there are many celebrities who end up calling their trusted clinics to get botox and hyaluronic acid. The goal? Follow the canons imposed by society and try to stop aging.
Ariana Grande, who has been in front of the cameras since her childhood, says that there are no filters about the aesthetic touch-ups that she has chosen to do over the years. Of course, he also revealed the reason why he decided to stop it. Ariana, who became the latest protagonist of Vogue’s Beauty Secrets format, said the following about her aesthetic touch-up:
“Total transparency… I have had many lip fillers over the years and botox. I stopped doing it in 2018 because it felt too much. It’s like I’m just hiding…”
The singer went on to explain that she realized she was doing these touch-ups to hide herself: “I want to see my cry lines and smile lines. think that aging can be so beautiful that thing.”
Ariana went on to explain that right now she doesn’t feel like they are for her. In any case, the singer and actress has nothing against them: “Maybe in the future I will return to them, I don’t know. Everyone does what they want. If they make you beautiful, I will also support you, but now I want I can see my expression marks”
Ariana Grande reflects on beauty
The singer also said that her relationship with beauty has changed over the years “mainly because she started young.”
The singer reflects on her complicated relationship with makeup and aesthetics. Fortunately, Ariana is in a moment where she learns to love herself as she is.
“You know, I’ve known a lot of people from a young age and it seems like people always have something to say about how you look from a young age. It’s really hard to know what to listen to and what not to listen to. But you’re 17 and you don’t know how to do it. For years I’ve used makeup as something to hide in (…) But I grew up and didn’t I’m afraid to express myself and promote it. Our relationship with beauty is as personal as sharing our beauty secrets”