Jamie Lee Curtis encourages people not to be afraid of getting older.
The actress from the “Halloween” franchise also advises her own daughters “not to touch their faces.”
Curtis admits to getting cosmetic procedures, but said she ended up feeling bad about them and they didn’t bring her satisfaction.
“I had plastic surgery,” Curtis told “Today.” “I got Botox on my forehead. Did the Botox make the big wrinkle go away? Yes. But then you look like a plastic figurine,” she commented.
She continued: “I did it. It didn’t work. And all I see is that people now focus their lives on that. So I tell my kids to focus on what they can contribute to help people. Happiness is a difficult word because life is pain. I want them to be happy. I want them to feel that what they are doing matters, has value.”
Curtis reprises her role as Laurie Strode, who faces a final showdown with serial killer Michael Myers in the latest installment of the film franchise, Halloween: The End, which opens in theaters tomorrow.
“They came up with a very good way to end this ‘trilogy,'” Curtis said of the final film in the franchise. “We did three movies, I think it ends the story in a sad, interesting way.”