Many other celebrities like Kylie Jenner, Hailey Bieber and Kim Kadarshian have also tried out the filter on their TikTok channels.
Women often worry about how they will look when they become older. Because society's set beauty standards portray that they should have flawless skin and no aging lines even in old age. However, actresses like Amy Poehler want to change that notion and accept aging as a natural process.
A new filter on TikTok allows users to have a sneak peek into how one would look once they get older. It basically shows a split-screen of how one looks now and how one would look when they get older. Dermatologists and plastic surgeons on the app claim that it's shockingly accurate, according to GOD.
Many people have been trying out the filter and feeling sad about how they might look when they age. Amy Poehler also tried out the filter in a TikTok video and she had a thoughtful take on the matter. "May I be so lucky," she captioned the clip of her smiling while looking at her older self. In the video, after using the filter, the actress had grey hair, wrinkles and sunspots on her face. However, she still looked stunning as ever. Poehler also replied to a comment, writing: "Aging is a privilege."
Many people loved the way the actress accepts herself and enjoys the aging process. @ameliabedelia_v2.0 commented, "This is the answer. My sister missed out on this. I’d love for us to be grey-haired and wrinkled together, laughing up a storm." @abby_lee_123 wrote, "She said nothing yet she said so much." @emmythewrite said in the comment, "That glimpse of your all-white hair was so pretty." @k9belles2 shared, "We should all be so lucky to age. It is truly a blessing. Love you, Amy."
@raeraethebaebae88 expressed, "Yes! That smile looks great on you at any age!" @greneemay wrote, "Oh thank you for being so positive about this. Everyone is negative. May we all be so lucky." Many other celebrities like Kylie Jenner, Hailey Bieber and Kim Kadarshian have also tried out the filter on their TikTok channels.
To check the accuracy of the filter, a TikTok user @saniezehraa, used the older pictures of the actors from the show, "Friends" and people said that they were fairly accurate except for Courtney Cox who played the role of Monica in the show. People on the social media platform were baffled by the results. @elle0_ commented, "I wish y’all would stop proving the accuracy."
@alo.miracle wrote, "ROSS AND JOEY BLEW MY MIND." @cronecore said, "It’s accurate because that’s how the filter was made! Like the data they use because, it's AI is based on real people aging, probably mostly celebrities." @yasminkhalfallah shared, "The filter is soo accurate on Ross and Phoebe." @ihearttaylorandmatt expressed, "The only one that is not accurate is Courtney’s."
Jane Fonda is another actress who has completely accepted aging and doesn't shy away from speaking her heart out. In an interview with AARP, she said, "When women get older, they become less visible, less heard, less seen, in a way that, really, it just doesn’t happen with men. We are ignoring the wisdom of, like, more than half the population."
Moreover, she appreciates her body at 62. “I don’t criticize it and hate on it anymore, but I live alone... I don’t have to show it to anybody. I’m vain enough so that it would be hard for me to get naked in front of [someone]," she added, "No. I’ve got too many nicks and, you know, scars and holes and all kinds of things. I mean, I’ve got two fake hips, a fake knee and a fake shoulder, and even a fake thumb."
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