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Celebrity beauty secrets!

Bey’s changing looks.

Beautiful Beyoncé may look different these days, but in all fairness her changing looks can be attributed to motherhood, aging beautifully, nips, tucks, working out, and perhaps evening out her skin tone. Bey’s transformation pales in comparison to the stars who have completely changed their ethnicity to be beautiful in Hollywood.

Far beyond skin bleaching, erasing the race entails altering prominent ethnic features via painful and expensive surgical procedures.

Believe it or not, undergoing race-changing procedures to “pass” for white was as popular among some actors during the golden age of Hollywood as it is today.

Take a look.

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2 Comments

  1. Renata on March 22, 2015 at 7:17 pm

    This is ridiculous! She never had her skin bleached. She just stopped exposing it to sunlight. This was normal those days.

  2. joão da silva on September 13, 2016 at 4:42 pm

    Hahaha, she was from Spanish heritage, European…. White. In a single word: Caucasian. Never was a “latina” (mixed Hispanic or “amerindian” ). Never bleached her skin. She was a brunette with dyed red hair, she was a subject to became more “anglo-saxon” to middle anglo-saxon audience. Like many others European actors (from Germany, Sweden, Russia, especially those from Jewish heritage). All of them… White.
    The real – and tragic – whitening is the history of “british-tasmanian-indian-maori-ceylonese” and what else more actress Merle Oberon.
    This about Rita Hayworth (Margarita Cansino) to be a Hispanic ameridian turned into white is a total flop.