Grab the full details of Nia Long’s plastic surgery speculations.
It’s quite remarkable how almost after half a century in this world, Nia Long is still keeping her fans drooling. So, you would be forgiven for finding her “a freakishly perfect alien” sent to our planet for a hostile takeover. Well, she’s been at the end of such claims.
And you’ve got to say, after welcoming two children, it is an amazing accomplishment from her, retaining such attractive physique. We are sure she’s got some secret of her own (potential plastic surgery?)
But it is odd news to hear her claim that she was declined the part of Charlie Angels because she seemed “too old” next to possible co-star Drew Barrymore.
However, it’s not as if she requires the part for a breakthrough and eliminate the barren spell, with over half a century of credits to her name.
Now she is sharing home with fiance Ime Udoka, with probably no intention of tying the knot anytime soon, along with her two children, she has not had to shine like before. But it does not take much effort for her to shine.
Meanwhile, fans can’t help speculate whether Nia Long underwent some sort of plastic surgery. So, without further let’s find out if there’s any truth to it.
Did Nia Long Undergo Plastic Surgery?
As is always the case, the before and after photos become a means for fans to start theorizing whether or not any celebrity has undergone plastic surgery. This picked up the pace for Nia Long when she uploaded a throwback pic of her from the ’90s, back when short hair was a trend, showing how she pretty much evolved into the same woman she used to be.
In December 2019, she posted her pic without much of a caption. Yet she has talked about her appearance a lot of times in the past. One such occasion was in 2014, where she revealed all kinds of tricks that she needed to hold her skin the way it was. Therefore, plastic surgery is not an alternative.
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“I’m not against anything that makes you feel and look good but I do believe that you should only do what’s needed,” she told New Beauty in an interview. “I haven’t done Botox or fillers yet but for me, right now, I don’t feel that it is necessary.”
What is Nia Long’s Beauty Secret?
There is an overwhelming amount of celebrities becoming desperate for plastic surgery, and then there is Nia Long using “less is more” techniques. Though she credits her Caribbean and Indian heritage for her beauty, she faces a dry skin issue. This ensures she remains hydrated as often as she can.
The 49-year-old likes to go organic, so nature-based items are her first preference. “I think natural is better,” she says. “That’s not to say that I don’t like nice things when it comes to looking and feeling good but I do think that natural-based products work best for my skin. I was raised a vegetarian and have always eaten pretty healthy.”
In the end, “I’m all about a full mind, body, soul, and wellness connection.” But her huge secret is not plastic surgery, rather the fact that she is currently experiencing facials from Olympic Spa, an Asian day spa, in Los Angeles. With two decades of experience from the same place, you might argue she’s the perfect advocate for the Spa company.
Nia Long Claims Netflix’s ‘Fatal Affair’ Movie Should Have Been More Diverse
On paper, the Netflix film “Fatal Affair” sounds like a lovely 90-minute thriller with two 1990s starlets, Nia Long and Omar Epps, at the forefront.
But it turns out that producing the film is just another sign of institutional racism in Hollywood, as per Long.
The star, who is also a producer of the film, told Insider the script was initially made with a white cast and adapted to a Black-led production after Netflix purchased it. And as soon as Long was attached to the lead, a black screenwriter, Rasheeda Garner, was employed to rewrite the screenplay.
“Rasheeda and I have since become friends and I think she’s a wonderful writer,” Nia Long told Insider. “The flipside of that is I hope and pray that she gets the opportunity to be at the forefront and not brought on because the lead of the film is Black. She should be able to write and tell stories as an African-American woman in this industry.”
“I understand and respect our director, who is a white man,” Long continued, speaking about the movie director Peter Sullivan.
“He wanted to be respectful of my voice and I appreciate that. And that’s why he hired Rasheeda. So although it gave her an opportunity, I want more. I want more for her, I want more for myself, I want more for Black female writers and directors in this business to not be used to fix something but to be used to tell our stories in a really authentic way.”
Nia Long also called out that the crew of the project for not being really diverse.
“In all honesty, I was disappointed that there were maybe three people on the crew that were Black, but that really is the production company’s responsibility, not the network,” Long said. “By the time I arrived, they were a happy family that had done several films together. My next production will be different.”
Although Long admits she does not believe anyone on the staff had any wrong ideas, the lack of diversity behind the scenes is a systemic issue that tends to torment the film business.
“This isn’t about ‘Fatal Affair,’ this is about a system,” she said. “This is a systemic issue in Hollywood that has yet to be addressed in a fair way.”
Although she plans to create more forward-looking proposals and aims to bring the requisite improvements, Nia Long said she can not be the only one to do the job.
“I can’t be the only girl holding the torch,” Long said. “I’ve burned my fingers a lot standing up for what I believe in. Being outspoken. I will be the first person to say I want everyone to have a good time, this isn’t me being self-serving, this is about how can we all push forward and be better?”