Scarlett Johansson has commended Pamela Anderson for going without makeup during Paris Fashion Week. The actress praised Anderson for sending a powerful message to women through her natural appearance.
According to femalefirst.co.uk, supermodel Helena Christensen made a bold move by choosing a natural look for her appearances at a recent glitzy event. The 56-year-old model’s decision was praised by Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson, 38, who called it a “powerful” move that could inspire other women.
During an interview with Popsugar, she expressed her view on the significance of a famous woman publicly attending a fashion show or big event without makeup. According to her, it is not something we often see and sends a powerful message to women. Rejecting standard beauty norms and presenting oneself naturally can be empowering for women and influences societal norms.
In a recent interview with Stylist, the actress who stars in ‘Black Widow’ shared that she had acne during her teenage years and looking back at old pictures of herself triggers “painful memories”. She stated that her skin quality was completely different when she saw a photo of herself taken a few years ago. Scarlett Johansson revealed that she struggled with her skin condition for a long time and would wear concealer to work even though makeup was going to be applied on her face.
When I was still young, the common message regarding acne was that it was caused by having poor hygiene and that washing your face would get rid of the blemishes. This kind of messaging was not only negative but also incorrect. During that time, I used every prescribed product and media-recommended product to treat my acne.
In the past, I experienced a never-ending cycle of trying to dry out my acne and dealing with the redness and irritation that followed. However, in my mid-to-late 20s, I decided to put an end to this cycle by using gentler products on a regular basis and moisturizing regularly. To my surprise, within just one week, my skin was transformed for the better.