Singer-actress Jessica Simpson does not believe in the concept of “perfect” beauty and has no faith in cosmetic surgery insisting women should learn to love their bodies.
The 29-year-old blonde beauty, who was at the receiving end of media due to her weight gain, says plastic surgery will not make women happy.
Simpson is currently filming a new reality show ‘The Price of Beauty’, which tries to find out the definition of beauty in different parts of the world, Female First reported.
The singer, who has previously had her lips made plumper with Restylane, said, “No matter how much money you spend to make yourself beautiful, with all the products, the diets, the plastic surgery, in the end, women need to fall in love with themselves and realise they’re beautifully and wonderfully made. There is no ‘perfect’ you.
“I absolutely, 100 per cent do not agree with how everyone is made to feel body obsessed. Celebrities aren’t perfect. It’s amazing to me how much thought is put into an oman’s figure on tabloid covers,” Simpson said.
Hitting out at the stereotypes that are associated with a woman’s body, Simpson said, “It’s not fair that women look in the mirror and feel disgust because of what society has made them believe. Whether wearing rings to elongate your neck in Thailand or having plastic surgery in Brazil, women all over the world go to great lengths to feel beautiful.”