Michelle Pfeiffer would consider minimal plastic surgery.
The 55-year-old actress - who is known for playing sexy PVC-clad villain Catwoman in 'Batman Returns' and a several other alluring characters - admits she is open to having some cosmetic procedures carried out on her face, but for the most part, remains content to look like a mature women.
She said: ''It's OK that I don't look 30 or 40 any more. It's OK with me, it's enough for me. Would I like to look 30 or 40? Well, yeah! But, you know? We all get here eventually.
''If I thought it would look better, I would [have plastic surgery]. I'm all about, 'Do it so you can't tell it's been done.' You know what? I'm good with that. But I think people just want more and more until eventually that strange body dysmorphia happens.''
Michelle found fame in Hollywood as a young ingénue in films such as 'Scarface' and 'Dangerous Liaisons', however, as she's gotten older, she has started to feel pressure to look youthful on screen.
'The Family' star lamented to The Times newspaper: ''There's so much pressure to stay young [in Hollywood]. And one of the things about being on the other side of the hump is that it isn't easy to watch yourself age on screen. It's not natural and nobody should have to do that.''