Salma Hayek Dazzles Braless In Barbie-Pink Dress

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Rebecca Cukier

Salma Hayek looked flawless and like a total treat while glamming up in a blush-pink dress for Vogue India earlier this year. The 55-year-old MCU star is currently front-page news amid the release of new movie House of Gucci, but it was a different movie the Mexican was promoting back in August as she updated her Instagram.

2021 has also brought The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard co-starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson. See the stunning Vogue snaps and more on Salma below.

Pretty In Pink

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Scroll for the photos. Hayek, this year seeing the magazines waiting in line to profile her, posted with her glamorous cover alongside the shoot accompanying her profile. The Frida star's first photo showed her shot against a pink backdrop and matching it via a ruched and waist-flaunting dress boasting a one-shouldered and braless finish.

All catwing eyeliner, Salma posed confidently with one hand on her hip, also driving fans to swipe for more photos. The cover introduced Hayek as a "superhero, superstar, super woman."

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The mom of one, this year attending premieres with 14-year-old daughter Valentina, reappeared in a pink glitter pantsuit in a subsequent snap, also going barefoot in a loose patterned dress. Taking to her caption, Salma wrote:

"I’m so exited to be on the cover of @vogueindia! The issue will will be on newsstands August 7. You can also see my film @hitmansbodyguard in the theaters in India starting this Friday, August 6 and on VOD starting September 3. Love India 🇮🇳❤️ Thank you!!! #greatful" Swipe for the pics below, scroll for more.

Opening Up On Ambition

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The feature brought Hayek speaking of her secret COVID battle, The Eternals, plus her career overall.

"I didn't want to be just a soap star. And it comes with a lot of perks, being a star," she told the outlet. "I sacrificed [the perks of stardom] to have the dream. Even if I didn't make big movies, it was important to me to be a part of something that I loved, which is the movies, even if it was on a smaller scale."

On Latin Hate

Hayek, who has, on multiple occasions, outlined the anti-Hispanic hate she's experienced in Hollywood, continued:

"The reason I didn't get a lot of parts is that I was Latina, but I know there are 60 million Latinas [in the US] so I understood they were missing out on a huge market. I thought it was very narrow-minded, but eventually, somebody's going to do the math. It took a while, but they got there."

Salma's post gained over 600,000 likes, including one from sitcom star Jennifer Aniston.