Busy Philipps Wants Everyone To Stop Photoshopping Her Moles
You’ve spoken about directors asking you to cover your moles or hide them with makeup. Do you still have experiences with that today?
No, not at all. I’m my own boss, so I would never put up with being shamed for my skin, like I was early in my career. Actually, one of the reasons I was appealing to Olay as a partner is because of my skin and of the experiences I’ve had with my moles. It’s an empowering, full-circle moment for me in my career. My skin is one of the things that I was told to make less than myself, and now this iconic brand is tell me that they love my natural skin — that’s amazing.