"Mad Men" fans across the country are gearing up for the AMC show's final season, eager to see what creator Matthew Weiner has in store for Don Draper, Peggy Olson and the rest of the ensemble cast. Over the last six years, audiences have watched these characters evolve through the 1950s and 1960s, with shifting styles and gender roles shaking up once-comfortable relationship dynamics.
Recently, the stunning January Jones, who plays Betty, the former Mrs. Don Draper, posed for a risque photo shoot with Violet Grey and dished on her experiences on the show. The images of Jones only show what we all know – that the 36-year-old is a knockout. But when you have flawless skin, a killer figure and a team of stylists at your beck and call, it's easy to feel confident about the way you look.
That's why it's so refreshing to hear Jones relate to men and women who may not feel as secure in their appearance.
"Whatever helps a person feel beautiful and confident is fine with me," she said when asked about plastic surgery. "I personally am afraid of the procedures that involve anesthetic but ask me again in 20 years."
Even gorgeous A-listers like Jones know that their Hollywood good looks may not last forever. For this reason, and the fact that cosmetic surgery has gotten so subtle and sophisticated, many stars have felt comfortable voicing their support and potential interest in these nips and tucks. Actresses including Nicole Kidman and Goldie Hawn have admitted to going under the knife, while male plastic surgery is slowly but surely gaining traction among red carpet actors.