Mila Kunis: I'm 'Probably Going to' Try Injectables Someday

03/05/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Mila Kunis
Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar

She’s on top of many a Hollywood hot list right now, but Mila Kunis admits she often thinks about what her future will look like. “I will not put a needle in my body unless I have a medical reason,” she shares in the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar. “But ask me in 10 years. Right now, I’m like, ‘I’m going to embrace [aging],’ but … I’m probably going to want to have something done. I have no doubt.”

Ar present, though, the star has mixed feelings about her appearance. “People have interpretations of what you’re supposed to be like,” she says when asked about her looks. “If you’re unattractive and overweight, you must have a great personality. If you’re attractive, then you must not be the nicest person. People are always taken aback that I’m easygoing but not necessarily stupid.”

Mila Kunis
Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar

‘Easygoing’ is a label she much prefers to ‘sexy’: when asked if she enjoys her status as a sex symbol, she simply replies, “Nope.”

In fact, the actresses whose style Kunis admires most include “classic women” like Sophia Loren, Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor. “I’ve always been a fan of Kate Winslet,” she adds. “She’s very classy … Victoria Beckham — she’s very confident in whatever she wears. Oh, and Cate Blanchett, obviously.”

In the magazine, Kunis wears looks by Versace, Prada, Chanel, Alexander McQueen and most notably, Dior; extra appropriate since she’s the newest face of the label. “It literally just happened,” she says of her campaign, which debuted in January. “I was trying on these dresses, and I was like, ‘How did I get here?'”

For more with Kunis, pick up the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar (on stands March 20) and visit


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Maija on

I find her answer more reasonable than many a starlet who talks about “aging gracefully.” Since I’m just an ordinary person, at age 65 I underwent cosmetic surgery because I’d reached the point where I just couldn’t do anything about the deep grooves in my face and the appearance of my neck, tho I still felt that dieting and exercise was something that could improve my body. To me it was similar to maintaining the upkeep of a classic vehicle. We’d do it for a beloved car, why not for a beloved body. Mila at least realizes and is honest enough to admit that she’ll have to see, whereas even Cate Blanchet seems to assume that gravity won’t touch her perfect facial structure. I hope it doesn’t but if it does, I’d suggest some help that gets less intrusive every day.

Bbrinks on

At least she’s giving an honest answer! How many of these young stars say they would never ever get any “work” done but then 10-15 years later, they’re having everything done?!! It’s a ridiculous question to ask someone at the age when everything is still, up, taut and tight!! Besides, who cares? It’s a part of her job and industry to look good, so consider it maintenance and due diligence for their job!

Zach on

She never says she is “probably going to WANT TO HAVE something done.” Those are two very different things. I know People Magazine isn’t The New York Times, but usually you guys leave the misleading and libellous headlines to Huffington Post!

Zach on

Sorry, I meant she never says she is probably going to HAVE something done, but that she is “probably going to WANT to have something done.”

Honest on

This girl is beautiful, as with all women in the world! No wonder our teenagers are killing themselves to be more beautiful when people come on here and critize this girl’s looks!! Regardless if she is rich or poor, the bottom line is that this girl is beautiful!!! She has the rights to treat her body as she sees fit just like anyone else..

mina on

i´m sorry, but she´s not a “sex symbol”.

Mila Kunis on possible plastic surgery in the future | Latest Showbiz News on

[…] wants to embrace aging, she also admitted that she may not feel that way in the future, states People. “[A]sk me in 10 years. Right now, I’m like, ‘I’m going to embrace [aging],’ but … […]

Matt on

Yes, she does contradict herself. Jeez, she says it!

“I will not put a needle in my body[aging],’
BUT (here is the contradiction…ready?)
I’m probably going to want to have something done. I have no doubt.”

I won’t, BUT then, I have no doubt. Contradiction.

Personally, I like the way a woman’s face ages. Botox, plastic surgery, whatever is NOT cool. It changes the way your face looks. Yuck. Just my opinion, obviously. I just have a pet peeve when people say they “never” will do something, “but” then “have no doubt” they will. It’s like not saying anything at all. Either you will or you won’t, those are your only choices. Saying both means you don’t know at all, so why say anything…silly….Ok, done. Flame away…

Jake on

I don’t care what she does to herself–her body /her right…but the continual need to remind everyone difficult it is to be an attractive woman is irritating to say the least. Some starlets are better off to stay quiet. She just made the list.

Junean on

All I can say is botox is he BEST thing I could have ever done to my forehead, head, neck and shoulders. I suffer from horrible migraines and this stuff helps! It is NOT a cure all but is a major GODSEND

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