AceShowbiz - Jennifer Aniston's latest photoshoot for Allure magazine has raised some eyebrows. Fans of the "Friends" star accused the magazine of terribly photoshopping her face "too much" to make her wrinkle-free.
On the cover of the magazine's December issue, the 53-year-old star looked youthful as she sported the itty-bitty vintage 1996 Chanel bra top, which consisted of two branded black circles held together by thin black strings. She paired it with a matching waist-flossing Gucci G-string and a low-rise Saint Laurent skirt.
Jennifer seductively posed with one hand, accessorized with a Bvlgari bracelet, above her head and the other on her hip. The "We're the Millers" actress called on extensions to double the length of her signature caramel tresses and opted for a simple glowy makeup look.
While Jennifer looks stunning in the snapshot, many social media critics blasted the publication for allegedly editing the actress' face. "It doesn't even look like her. Over editing. She doesn't need it, she's beautiful," one person wrote in the comments section of the magazine's Instagram post. A second asked, "What have u done to her?????"
"If i aint read the name i wouldnt kno who this was smh her face," a third pointed out. Someone else opined, "Let us know when jennifer Anniston is on the cover. Because this ain't her. All these celebs saying this 'be kind to your younger self' is getting old. If you wanted to be kind to yourself you wouldn't allow yourself to be naked and photoshopped at 50."
A separate person noted, "Why the face? Too much makeup. Retouched? Doesn't look like her at all. Those scary big eyes tho. Please, no! She is perfection just the way she is," while another echoed, "She is naturally beautiful but also somehow doesn't look like an actual person in this photo. They did her dirty."
Though so, there were also some who praised her enviable figure. One person wrote, "Love seeing women in their 50's celebrating the fullness of their life, beauty and bodies. Go off Jen, giving the main character energy we deserve!" A second added, "Absolutely stunning. Would love to site [sic] and have a long talk with her one day, get in touch Jen." Another posted, "OMG WHAT A GODDESS!!! Okay I'm breathless."
In the accompanying interview for the controversial cover, Jennifer told the magazine she is modeling a new way of thinking about aging. "I feel the best in who I am today, better than I ever did in my 20s or 30s even, or my mid-40s," she shared.
The Golden Globe winner also had words for her future self as well as some for others who make a habit of bemoaning getting older. "We needed to stop saying bad s**t to ourselves," she explained. "You're going to be 65 one day and think, I looked f**king great at 53."