Yes, I had a face lift, but I can't stand 'cult of perfection' - Jane
Jane Fonda has hit out at the "cult of perfection" after appearing on the front of a glossy magazine and insisting the pictures were not airbrushed.
The actress (73) told Good Housekeeping that her photographs should not be touched up.
She said: "I feel so sorry for these young actresses coming up. There are always photographers everywhere, if they have a dimple in their buttock, there's a close-up of it in some gossip magazine.
"So there's this cult of perfection. Consequently all the young people who emulate celebrities think they have to look perfect and that's so destructive."
But she admitted to having plastic surgery saying: "I didn't think I would want to have anything done but it actually got to the point where I would startle myself when I saw my reflection.
"I felt so great after a good night's sleep, and suddenly I'd look at a reflection of myself and didn't look like I felt."
The star comes from a Hollywood dynasty -- father Henry, brother Peter and niece Bridget all pursued successful cinema careers.
The double Oscar winner also enjoyed success as a fitness guru with a series of best-selling workout videos.