Sharon Stone has had an incredible career playing the blonde bombshell in movies such as Basic Instinct, Sliver and Casino.
But now the 61-year-old Golden Globe nominee has told Harper's Bazaar Spain that Hollywood - which has thrived for decades on featuring blonde beauties from Marilyn Monroe to Cameron Diaz - and needs to expand its idea of what is beautiful.
New vision: Sharon Stone has had an incredible career playing the blonde bombshell in movies such as Basic Instinct, Sliver and Casino. But now the 61-year-old Golden Globe nominee has told Harper's Bazaar Spain that Hollywood needs to expand its idea of what is beautiful
The right look: In 1992 she starred as a novelist whose friends end up dead in Basic Instinct
'We need to accept Beauty in all of its forms.'
And Stone warned people to not try too hard to fit in.
'It's just a mistake to blend and try to be like everyone else because it's the things that make us different that are our gifts,' began the Casino actress.
'Life is like one giant puzzle and if you don't expand to the fullest of yourself you don't really click in to the puzzle piece that is waiting for you.'
And everyone should embrace their own natural Beauty.
The Mosaic actress looked youthful for the November issue where she modeled several white outfits.
In an accompanying video, the movie icon talked about how she is going back to the 'truth of my core personality' and is embracing the person she was before she became a glamorous movie star with films like Basic Instinct, Casino, Muse and The Specialist.
Basic truth: 'We see Beauty in so may ways in nature - we have to be willing to not fall to the commercialization of Beauty as only one thing,' noted the star who has topped many Most Beautiful lists. With Michael Douglas in Basic Instinct
Another big hit: She won rave reviews for her work in the 1995 Martin Scorsese film Casino in which she played the hustler turned wife to a mob man
'I think Einstein was really bright about time - time is something we made up so we can find each other,' she began in the clip as she wore a Harper's Bazaar T-shirt.
'We live in more than the three dimensions,' added the mother of three. 'And time moves in more than these ways... time is am ambiguous construct and an ephemeral construct.
'What I am coming to understand as I get older is I am coming back to my core