Salma Hayek has once again left people in awe with her timeless beauty on the red carpet as some have described the actress as someone who "never ages".
Hayek is no stranger to compliments, and let's be honest, they're fully deserved.
Well, she's at it again, as she made a stunning appearance on the red carpet for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Gala, and fans were quick to note that the 57-year-old actress doesn't appear to have aged in 30 years.
The actress uploaded a series of playful images to her Instagram, including a video that gave us a behind-the-scenes snippet of how she maintains her hair during events such as these.
The reaction was extremely positive, with one fan writing: "Damn girl you never age so beautiful."
A second penned: "How is she still the finest woman on Earth, 30 [years] after been given that crown."
A third said: "Is this woman serious. How does she still look like this," while a fourth concluded: "At the age of 57," followed by a heart and clapping emoji.
Hayek delved into the secrets behind her timeless beauty during a candid conversation on Kelly Ripa's podcast, Let's Talk Off Camera.
Dismissing any speculation about Botox, she revealed that meditation plays a pivotal role in maintaining her youthful appearance.
"Because of a lot of things in my body and health issues, somehow I developed this strange meditation that I keep evolving," Hayek explained. "I can do it for hours because I don’t feel the time, and it’s so much fun."
She elaborated on the experience, stating: "It’s actually feeling the energy. It moves and it dances inside of you, different feelings and sensations. So I do a lot of the frequency machines."
Emphasizing the necessity of her meditation routine, Hayek said: "Sometimes when I’m doing it, people tell me when I come out of the room, oh my god. Again, you look 20."
She added that she has to maintain this practice for life, cautioning that if she stops: "the face starts to drop and everything starts to drop."
Addressing the challenges she faced in the industry, the actress revealed her struggle against being typecast into "sexy" roles.
"I couldn’t land a role until I met Adam Sandler, who put me in a comedy [2010’s Grown Ups], but I was in my forties," she said.
"They said, 'You’re sexy, so you’re not allowed to have a sense of humor.' Not only are you not allowed to be smart, but you were not allowed to be funny in the 90s," Hayek continued.
Reflecting on her journey, she shared with GQ: "I was sad at the time, but now here I am doing every genre, in a time in my life where they told me I would have expired - that the last 20 years I would have been out of business. So I’m not sad, I’m not angry; I’m laughing."