For most of her life, Jane Fonda was an outspoken opponent of plastic surgery. "We've got to make friends with those wrinkles and the sags and the gray hairs," she told People in 1984. So when she eventually decided to have her eyes and neck done at age 72 she was a bit conflicted about the experience. "I caved," Fonda explained to Larry King in 2010. "If I was really brave, I would have not. I vowed I wouldn’t -- I did, and I don’t feel proud of it." Though she accomplished her goal of looking less "tired," Fonda, 74, is hardly a plastic surgery convert. "It made me look more like I feel," the actress told People in 2011. "But I don't want to do it again."