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Sharon Stone relaxing beauty regime?

Published 16/07/2013

Sharon Stone
Sharon Stone

Sharon Stone "still looks fantastic" despite seemingly easing up on her non-surgical cosmetic procedures, says a leading expert.

The Hollywood actress was pictured enjoying a day out in Italy with her two of her sons last week. Sharon, 55, looked casual and relaxed - a far cry from her polished look at the Cannes Film Festival in May.

Expert Anne-Marie Gillet says Sharon's more natural look could be down to the fact that she's eased up on non-surgical procedures including fillers and boot.

"In the recent pictures, Sharon's starting to look more her age. She's wearing make-up in the previous shot [In Cannes in May] - which can make you look younger - but it also looks like she'd been having some gentle dermal filler treatment to restore volume and Botox," she told British magazine Closer.

"Filler injections usually last three to six months, so it is possible she is coming to the end of that period as you can see in the pictures from last week that her face looks more natural and her neck looks slightly more saggy than it did in May - an effect of ageing when the skin begins to lose its elasticity. She still looks fantastic though, and perhaps has decided to embrace a more natural appearance."

Sharon has previously spoken about embracing her maturing body. The star says beauty is more than just outward appearance and youthful looks.

“Sex and sexuality is not about whether your elbows or knees are wrinkled. A man turns to you and says: ‘I love the way you laugh.’ That’s what’s turning him. They love a line around your eye or your mouth, because it tells them you’ve laughed and you’re going to laugh and be forgiving and embracing,” she explained last year.

“Men want to know that you’re going to be forgiving and embracing. Believe me when I tell you a 20-year-old is not going to do that.”

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