Salma Hayek looks alluring on ‘Allure’

15 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Is it her Lebanese genes? Salma Hayek on her youthful looks as she approaches 50.

The actress-producer dolled up and posed nearly nude for the August issue of Allure, her beauty look kept minimal with eyeliner, rosy cheeks and soft curls framing her face. “I got to work with the wonderful Patrick Demarchelier, and he always tries to do the minimum clothes possible,” Hayek explained in a behind-the-scenes video from the photo shoot. “I kept my pants on though.” Though the 48-year-old appeared confident as ever while striking poses topless for the shoot, she hinted there may have been a shred of shyness within. “I was very nervous and I think I looked very uncomfortable at the beginning,” she told the magazine. “I mean, you can’t see anything.Salma, whose first leading role came in the 1995 film Desperado with , says: “In the past, when I tried to imagine what I’d look like and what my life would be like at this age, I was terrified. Don’t get excited!” “When I was young, they tried to sell me on the idea [of Botox]: ‘If you do it now, then you won’t get the wrinkles,’ ” Hayek said. “And thank God I didn’t do that.” Hayek also took a trip down memory lane in the video and reviewed some of her red carpet looks throughout the years – some good, some not so good, she admitted.

But peeking through her personal time machine, Hayek pointed out the major pro of being a woman. “I’ve never been apart from my daughter for more than two weeks,” Hayek said, adding that it’s the same way with her husband of six years, Francois-Henri Pinault. “We don’t separate for long periods of time. Modeling a glam face—lined eyes, lush lashes, and rose lips—and a romantic updo, Hayek, 48, can be seen looking into a mirror while holding her bare breasts. She plays a fairytale queen desperate for a child who is told to get pregnant she must eat the heart of a sea monster that has been boiled and served by a virgin. Though the actress ultimately found her happy ending, she said she had to deal with some bad seeds to find her perfect match. “I wish I knew [when I was younger] that I was going to fall crazy in love with the perfect man,” Hayek said. “I was so worried, and I dated some people I shouldn’t have dated.

As soon as she had a celebrity profile Salma used it to promote the causes she cares about, raising awareness of violence against women and discrimination against immigrants. She also advocates breastfeeding and on a Unicef trip to Sierra Leone in Africa she famously breastfed a hungry week-old baby whose mother could not produce milk. She started her own production company in 2000 and has produced and directed many films and TV series, including Ugly Betty and a music video for Prince. “What’s extraordinary is the stories were written so long ago, and it’s still contemporary because we are still struggling with these three issues.” She adds: “I never exercised my whole life.

And frankly, I like my wine.” On Valentine’s Day 2008 Salma married Valentina’s father, French billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault, 53, head of the group which owns the Gucci, Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen brands. You don’t care about fashion.’ Though she’s married to a billionaire, Salma says: “It’s important to me I keep working and earn my own money.

I like to feel independent, pay my own bills, and not turn into a society lady. “I know how to behave if I’m invited to Buckingham Palace – but then I’ll go back to my ranch and feed the chickens.

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