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No Way! Kate Winslet, Kevin Costner, and Other Celebs Who Have Sworn Off Plastic Surgery (PHOTOS)

From Kate Winslet to Brad Pitt, The Daily Beast looks at celebrities who have sworn off plastic surgery.

Seems as though Hollywood isn’t completely full of “plastics” after all! From Kate Winslet to Brad Pitt, The Daily Beast looks at celebrities who have sworn off plastic surgery.

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Kate Winslet, 36

The Oscar-winning actress leaves no light on the chance of having surgery in the future. “It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up, and what I consider to be natural beauty. I will never give in … I want to be able to really show the expressions on my face.”

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Halle Berry, 45

The X-Men star is a Revlon spokeswoman, seeming to opt for a little blush over going under the knife. “You have this plastic, very much copycat sort of face that’s evolving, and that’s very frightening to me. It’s really insane, and I feel sad that that’s what society is doing to women.”

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Brad Pitt, 48

There have been plenty of plastic-surgery rumors swirling around the Fight Club star for years, but Brad says he owes his great looks to good family blood. “I’m one of those people you hate because of genetics. It is the truth … One thing sucks, your face kind of goes. Your body’s not quite working the same. But you earned it. You earned that—things falling apart.”

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Jodie Foster, 49

Foster, who stars alongside Winslet in the holiday film Carnage, says she doesn’t care if others have plastic surgery, it just isn’t for her. “I’d rather have a comment about who I am than about something that identifies me as being ashamed of who I am,” she told More magazine in 2007. She added: “It’s not my thing,” but “I don’t have anything against it for other people.”

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Emma Thompson, 52

The British star of the ’90s hit Sense and Sensibility is not afraid of looking her age. “I’m not fiddling about with myself. We’re in this awful youth-driven thing now where everybody needs to look 30 at 60.”

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Salma Hayek, 45

The beautiful Hayek, five years from 50 (!), believes plastic surgery is “not beautiful.” “I believe that every woman is entitled to fight to preserve her youth,” she told Allure earlier this year. “It's like the uniform of a generation,” she said, describing plastic surgery. “And it's not necessarily beautiful. It's not wrinkled-looking, but it's not beautiful.”

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Eva Longoria, 36

The now-divorced Desperate Housewives star may be looking for love, but not a new face. “God blessed me with some great, unique features—some beautiful, in my eyes, and some not so beautiful. But I think we are all created this way for a reason, so I have no desire to tamper with that … I do a lot of anti-aging things to slow the process down, but I will never cut my face … I think 80 is beautiful. I think my mother is beautiful, my sisters are beautiful.”

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Drew Barrymore, 36

The E.T. star had breast-reduction surgery in the ’90s, but told People in 2004 that she’d rather grow older than grow waxier. “I just know it’s a slippery slope, and everybody’s starting to look a little waxy lately. I’m going to do everything I can not to go down that road.”

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Kevin Costner, 56

Costner says fans note he’s taller than they thought when they spot him in person. And when they say he’s older than they remembered him? He’s OK with that, too. “I am never going for a hairpiece, dye, or nips and tucks. You will always have to take me as you find me,” the Dances With Wolves star said in 2006. “We can all hear whispers. In my case, they still say, ‘He’s taller than I thought.’ But there will come the day when they will say, ‘He is much older than I remember him.’”

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Cate Blanchett, 42

Blanchett, whose most recent big hit was The Curious Case of Benjamin Button alongside Pitt in 2008, might have wrinkles before she’s 90. “For me, I think what will be sexy in 50 years’ time will be wrinkles,” she told the Herald Sun in 2008. “[I] look at a man or a woman in their fifties and all I see when they have brushed their years away with surgery is self-obsession and fear. That’s not particularly attractive.” What then, are wrinkles to Cate? “The song lines of your experience,” she told the Sun.

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Heidi Klum, 38

“Dinosaur Klum?” She’s down with that. “I see that I've aged already. When I look at pictures now and when I see old pictures of me, of course I see I have aged. I don't think I would have plastic surgery. I'll be the only dinosaur in town, the only one that can actually move her forehead!”

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Lauren Graham, 44

Graham has played a young mom on both Gilmore Girls and Parenthood, but she’s totally down with growing older. “I don’t ever plan to do it, but I don’t know how I would feel. Like, if you have worked with and hung out with, as I have, Diane Keaton. She’s in such good shape, you know? She, to my knowledge, has never had anything done. And why would you? She looks great, and she doesn’t look fake.” Graham explains why she thinks plastic surgery has gotten so popular. “The standards have changed, and people do much more in that world than they used to. It’s not a fair playing field, in a way. I have an interest in looking good, but I have a fear of not looking like myself. I’ve had much more success than I ever thought not being iconic in the beauty sense, so maybe I’ll just continue to rest on my personality.”

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Diane Keaton, 67

Graham’s golden girl, Keaton, keeps it real: "I want to express my age and be authentic … Why do so many people follow somebody else's idea of what is attractive?"

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Isabella Rossellini, 59

Once the face of Lancôme, Rossellini was famously pushed out of the job for being “too old.” Since then, she’s been one of the foremost advocates for aging naturally. “I haven't done [plastic surgery] because I think it has become so—it's like Chinese feet binding, you know? ... I'm not going to do it because it really is more to make women feel bad about themselves. They have to become an ideal that they're not.”