Ashley Judd goes make-up free with her dog around Beverly Hills which shows her love with her dogs.
The brunette beauty, Ashley Judd made her fans worried when she stepped out make-up free with her dogs in Beverly Hills on Tuesday. When the 45 year old actress stepped out with her dogs she was without makeup, wearing a simple grey top, skinny pink trousers and grey flats. While moving around Beverly Hills she was carring her dog in her arms and the second dog was walking along with her on the street. It was looking like someone is strolling down the street with a pal.
When Ashley Judd touched down the Toronto airport in 2012 with a puffy face it was later explained that she was looking like for a reaction to steroids prescribed for a sinus infection. While several outlets and magazines said that she had undergone cosmetic surgery which was later revealed by her rep that the swelling was caused by steroids she was taking to treat a sinus condition.
Ashley Judd later said in an interview, ‘I choose to address it because the conversation was pointedly nasty, gendered, and misogynistic and embodies what all girls and women in our culture, to a greater or lesser degree, endure every day, in ways both outrageous and subtle. when commentators talked about her ‘nearly flawless’ skin it must have been because she had ‘work done.’
Judd wrote: ‘When my 2012 face looks different than it did when I filmed Double Jeopardy in 1998, I am accused of having ‘messed up’ my face (polite language here, the F word is being used more often), with a passionate lament that ‘Ashley has lost her familiar beauty audiences loved her for.’
In a recent autobiography she admitted that she has battled depression, said the most disturbing comments about her appearance were made by women. The star said more, ‘That women are joining in the ongoing disassembling of my appearance is salient. ‘Patriarchy is not men. Patriarchy is a system in which both women and men participate. It privileges, inter alia, the interests of boys and men over the bodily integrity, autonomy, and dignity of girls and women.
‘It is subtle, insidious, and never more dangerous than when women passionately deny that they themselves are engaging in it.’
Judd added that unless there is a change in attitude women will continue to be analysed and suffer ‘brutal criticism.’