Jennifer Garner Wants to ‘Normalize Looking Normal’

Jennifer Garner attends the Baby2Baby 10 Years Gala in Los Angeles on November 13, 2021. Matt Baron / Shutterstock

Become real. Jennifer Garner she became candid about her understated beauty style to be her most authentic self.

“We can almost all wear less [makeup] than we think because, for me, I don’t want my children [Violet, 15, Seraphina, 12, and Samuel, 9, whom she shares with ex-husband Ben Affleck] or people just see the actor’s version of me that’s perfectly made up by brilliant artists and think that’s what I look like, ”49-year-old West Virginia native told Shop TODAY in an interview published Dec.3.

He continued at the time: “I want to look normal and I want to normalize the normal look. I’ve always felt very strong about it. Plus if I’m dressed well, I like my kids to say ‘Woo, look at my mom!'”

The 13 in progress 30 The actress also noted that she tries to avoid looking at potentially unflattering photos of herself because she knows she is “better in real life”.

“And if I don’t, I don’t want to know,” she jokingly told the outlet, before revealing her beauty advice. “When you start being super critical of yourself, turn around, spin around and go do something nice for someone else. Or go for a workout, or just take it and make it active instead of just letting it rot in you. “

The Alias alum previously opened up the parenting of her three children during the coronavirus pandemic, calling it a “hard time for moms.”

“We had to say, ‘No, no, no.’ We had to watch our kids being home, losing things, ”Garner said Entertainment tonight in March, adding that “it’s one thing to lose something as an adult,” but seeing her kids skip the activities they were planning was difficult.

She even revealed to the outlet that she wasn’t the coolest mom during the lockdown before talking about her kids and their quarantine plans.

“But my teenager and my teenager are both adorable,” the yes day star told the outlet at the time. “So, I have to say it’s pretty easy for me.”

Garner and the 49-year-old Argon director, who announced their separation in June 2015, has since worked hard to peacefully co-parent their little ones.

“It’s always a work in progress,” a source said earlier Us Weekly in February 2020. “Things happen between them, but they strive to do the best they can for the children. They keep up with things and have a lot of meetings and check-ins. They want to be the best parents they can for children. If they have differences, they keep them to themselves and don’t let it make an impact. They always make happy faces for the children and put their well-being first. “

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