Stepping up to take her Oscar win at the Academy Awards, Jamie Lee Curtis radiated joy.
In the spotlight with her win for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Everything, Everywhere, All At Once, the 64-year-old looked stunning in a champagne pink crystallised and corseted Dolce & Gabbana gown.
To set off the outfit, Curtis’ beauty look was as glowing and confident as the star herself.
While she employed a Hollywood-style glam team for the momentous occasion, Curtis has previously been candid about her low-key beauty approach and evolving relationship with ageing.
While promoting her return as Laurie Strode in recent horror flick Halloween Ends, 45- years after appearing in the original instalment in the famous series, Curtis told Today, she is proudly ‘pro-aging.’
Admitting she had various cosmetic procedures in the past, she said instead of making her feel better about herself, they made her feel worse.
“I did plastic surgery,” Curtis told Today. “I put Botox in my head. Does Botox make the big wrinkle go away? Yes. But then you look like a plastic figurine.”
The star says when it comes to ageing, she tries to set an example for her daughters. “Walk a mile in my shoes. I have done it. It did not work. And all I see is people now focusing their life on that,” Curtis said.
Her advice to her daughters is simple: “Don’t mess with your face.”
In the past Curtis has been candid about her skincare routine and the affordable basics she prefers.
Curtis revealed to Today she has a surprisingly low-effort routine, relying on two products that come in at less than US$10.
“You ready? It’s going to shake you to your core,” she hinted.
“Sea Breeze and Nivea. Water and sleep. Sea Breeze is that astringent. I’ve been using that my whole life,” said Curtis, who then rubs Nivea all over her face and body.
Though she admitted she had spent up to $800 on skincare items previously, she insisted they ‘didn’t do anything’ and she is happy with a more basic approach.