Adriana Lima defends herself against criticism for her new appearance: “It is the face of a tired mother”

The presence of Adriana Lima at the movie premiere The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes in Los Angeles (USA) has been much commented on this week. As soon as she stepped onto the red carpet last Monday, the model’s physical change with respect to her last appearances caught a lot of attention. Many They attributed their new image to an aesthetic touch-upbut the Brazilian issued a statement this Wednesday to deny the theories that have circulated on the internet.

“The face of a tired mother of a teenager, two pre-teens, a one-year-old learning to walk and three dogs. Thank you for your concern,” Lima (42) wrote in her stories from Instagram. To her text he added an image in which she posed without a trace of makeup and with a serious face. When she sees the photograph, she gets the feeling that the comments she has faced these days have not been very funny to her.

The one who boasted of being a Victoria Secret angel between 1999 and 2018 arrived at the presentation dressed in a black minidress, adorned with red details and combined with red heels. However, despite her impeccable posing in front of the cameras, what has been commented on most on social networks and in the press is the evolution of her face. The model now presents a more feline look, with eyes visibly slanted. This is enhanced with their new way of plucking and applying makeup, according to new fashion trends.

The former companion on the catwalks of Gisele Bündchen, Ana Beatriz Barros, Isabeli Fontana or Alessandra Ambrosio is not the only personality who has generated “concern” – as users define it on social networks – about her image in recent years. She passed it on to actresses Demi Moore and Renée Zellweger, as well as another supermodel: Linda Evangelista.

Evangelista’s physique underwent a great change after she reacted negatively to a cosmetic operation. “I’m not able to look at myself in the mirror,” he confessed on the cover of People. I had previously turned to the company CoolSculpting to rejuvenate the facebut the result was not what I expected.