Both actresses Jane Seymour and Jacqueline Bisset have been in Hollywood a long time, so they know the pressures females face to stay looking young for as long as possible.
But for these Golden Globe winners, they would much rather look like themselves than a modified version!
Seymour previously told Closer in an exclusive interview that she tried Botox and "hated it," claiming she'd never do it again.
"For me it doesn’t work because I’m an actor and I need to be able to move every part of my face,” the 63-year-old explained.
She added, “I think I’m being hired a lot because I haven’t done all the stuff everyone else is doing."
The red-headed beauty echoed the same sentiments during an appearance Tuesday on the TODAY show as part of a segment called "Love Your Selfie."
"I made a choice a while ago that I wanted to age gracefully and actually have my own face," she told hosts Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb. Though the actress admitted to undergoing minor eye surgery and a breast enhancement after giving birth to four children.
"Genetically, with my father we've always had big baggy eyes and photographers kept saying 'You've got to do something' and I did a long, long time ago," Seymour explained. "But [I've had] nothing else."
"You've got to get used to yourself," added Bisset. "You have to face yourself on a deep, deep level and say, 'There are people who love me. The inside of me'...it took me my life to get there."
The 69-year-old, who claims to have never gone under the knife, shared that the key to a rich life is living in the present moment.
"I don't think [plastic surgery] makes you looker younger. I think it makes you look different." Which both ladies say they would never want.
"There are bits you don't like and bits you have to work on," added Seymour, "But I think when...somebody really is uniquely themselves...that’s what it’s all about."