Olivia Munn calls plastic surgery rumors 'unfair' — and we completely agree
Olivia Munn is once again taking on those rumors about her changing appearance head-on, and she has a perfectly logical explanation that has nothing to do with needles.
Munn told Fashion magazine that with her unique ethnic heritage comes a host of issues with photographing her, and her changing looks have everything to do with the different styles of makeup artists.
"Being multi-ethnic — I'm half Chinese, half white — brings up a whole set of complications that people don't even think about when it comes to being photographed," she explained. "I have more of a white appearance on the outside, but my bone structure is very much Asian. I have high cheekbones and smaller eyes. When you put shimmer on the inside of my eyes, I immediately look cross-eyed. If you put too heavy of an eyelash on me, it looks like my eyes are halfway closed."
In fact, Munn blames the recent uproar about whether or not she's had plastic surgery or injections on the great work of her glam squad.
"I posted the picture on Instagram because the glam team had worked very hard. People were like, 'What did she do to her face?'" she said. "A week later, I looked completely different. As an actor, you can be completely transformative and take on different roles. As an individual in the world, it's a totally different story.
"We live in a time where there's (sic) so many pictures that bring so much scrutiny. When your face changes because of makeup, it's hard to let people know that you're not actually doing surgery or fillers."
Munn initially addressed rumors she had work done to her face in an Instagram post last month, saying she lost weight which thinned out her face, reshaped her eyebrows and started eating magic Japanese potatoes said to stimulate collagen production.