Amanda Seyfried is open to a little cosmetic surgery as long as there are no needles involved.
The Mamma Mia! star has always been a natural beauty, but now she's a mum in her mid-thirties, she's beginning to look at methods to keep her youthful glow.
"I believe in looking your best naturally... but I am getting tempted," she said during a recent appearance on U.K. TV show This Morning. "There's things that seem to be getting less and less invasive. I don't like needles, but maybe I could do that."
But Amanda, who shares a two-year-old daughter with husband Thomas Sadoski, said she will never be a big fan of make-up, adding, "I feel really confident without make-up on. I don't feel the most beautiful - but I feel confident.
"I don't wear make-up on when I go to the airport and on planes, sometimes I am like, 'I should put in a little more effort', but I just don't care, I feel confident."
Elsewhere in the interview, the 34-year-old revealed she hated having light blonde highlights in her hair for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again back in 2018 because it made her locks "straw-like".
Amanda, who reprised her role as Sophie in the musical sequel, recalled the "horrible" experience and was relieved that her hair managed to bounce back and is now in great condition.
"I had to get highlights for Mamma Mia! 2 because it was taking place five years later as opposed to the 10 that actually went by. So, my hair had gotten darker over time," she explained. "I was like, 'You know what, we live on a Greek island, you would have sun-kissed hair, you've got to dye it.' It was horrible. Because it gets straw-like."
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