Worse though is Megan Fox's statement. Megan, who barely resembles the Megan Fox in the first Transformers movie. Ms. Fox states, through her 'enhanced' pout: "My idea of beauty is self-acceptance." Hm. Is that why you have implants, a spray tan and what appears to be an allergic reaction?
Take a look at the below picture:
Now, were I to help all the hungry children of the world, looking like this, I would feel good about myself but not beautiful. Clearly.
Here, with make-up on, I'm all about self acceptance, minus the plastic surgery, a la Ms. Fox. And to all those boys out there who say a woman looks better with little to no make-up, take a look at the above photos and think again. Granted, some woman are fortunate enough to pull off the naked face look. I am not. I'm not one of those who refuses to leave the house without make-up but always feel more confident with it on. I don't think there's anything wrong with this although some would argue it speaks to a level of insecurity or socialization, and maybe that's so but you will have to pry my eyelash curler out of my cold dead hands.
Some of you will think I'm being hard on Carrie but if you have the issue or have looked at it, 99.9% of the players in this year's world's beautiful people list are what would be considered as conventionally attractive. With the exception of Gabourey Sidibe. It is very rare that Hollywood accepts a woman who is not a size 2. Congratulations Ms. Sidibe!