Naomi Campbell would "never" have a facelift.
The 45-year-old supermodel - who was scouted by Synchro modelling agency at the age of 15 when she was out window shopping in London's Covent Garden - has vowed to never go under the knife to try and stay looking youthful, and uses a bizarre combination of Sellotape and moisturisers to keep her skin taught and fresh.
Speaking to Vogue.com about her top beauty tips, she said: "I would never do a facelift. So I use tape."
Naomi - who plays Camilla Marks in Fox drama 'Empire' - says her mother Valerie Morris instilled in her a great skin care regime which involves dousing her body and face in cream twice a day.
She explained: "I always, always, always use cream. I think I cream my body twice a day ... Something my mother instilled in me when I was a child."
The catwalk icon - who has graced the cover of countless magazines during her phenomenal four-decade spanning career and modelled for virtually every major fashion house in the world - also claims that a minimal use of make-up has protected her skin.
She said: "I like to put a little shimmer inside my eyes just to kind of make me look bright and awake and alert. I don't like too much powder on my face in terms of make-up.
"And accessories - it's all accessories to make yourself feel better and look good."