Olivia Munn is still "irked" that people think she's gotten plastic surgery.
So Fashion magazine reports in its new cover feature on the 35-year-old X-Men: Apocalypse star, with Munn apparently pulling up photos of herself on her phone to nix rumors that she had work done.
"People were like, 'What did she do to her face?' A week later, I looked completely different," she said. "As an actor, you can be completely transformative and take on different roles. As an individual in the world, it's a totally different story -- we live in a time where there's so many pictures that bring so much scrutiny.
"When your face changes because of makeup, it's hard to let people know that you're not actually doing surgery or fillers," she added.
Munn also claimed that being multi-ethnic -- her mother is Chinese, while her father is white -- causes "a whole set of complications" when she's photographed.
"I have more of a white appearance on the outside, but my bone structure is very much Asian. I have high cheekbones and smaller eyes," she explained. "When you put shimmer on the inside of my eyes, I immediately look cross-eyed. If you put too heavy of an eyelash on me, it looks like my eyes are halfway closed."
This isn't the first time Munn has addressed accusations, previously claiming that weight loss, reshaping her eyebrows, removing sunspots, and eating Japanese potatoes have caused her face to look different.
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