By Gabrielle Olya, People
March 14, 2017
Mary Rozzi for DuJour

This article originally appeared on People.com. 

Salma Hayek wants to age gracefully — which to her means without using any injections or fillers.

“I don’t believe in Botox,” the actress, 50, says in DuJour’s Spring 2017 issue (on newsstands and online Wednesday).

“Listen, if there was something you could do that would keep you looking good, I would do it,” she continues. “But I’m in love with my husband [French businessman François-Henri Pinault], and I want to look like a lovely lady when I’m 70. I want him to see me and think, ‘Okay, my girl is old now, but there’s still beauty there.’ ”

And Hayek is more than happy to not play “sexy”movie roles for the rest of her career.

“Sometimes with age, you get better characters,” she tells the magazine. “I love to play the mother, and I’ll be excited to play the grandmother. How boring to play that [sexy] part for the rest of my life. I think I’d shoot myself.”

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