The Texan beauty was an acclaimed fashion model during her 1970s and 1980s heyday, and strutted the runways well into her 40s.
But the star admits her time in front of the camera is up and she’s adamant she will steer clear of surgery--insisting she wants to look like an ancient American Indian.
She tells Woman and Home, “I’m going for the eccentric, wrinkled suntanned look instead. I love the sun. I want to look like a North American Indian--big jewellery and wrinkled, suntanned skin. Much better than the skinny, cut-up look.”
Moreover, Hall ignores the fact that most Natives, like most people, make an effort to look youthful as they age. Diet and exercise, makeup and hair dye, even plastic surgery. If Natives ever were more wrinkled than average, I doubt they are now.
In short, Hall has a stereotypical view of Native elders. Not a big stereotype compared to others we've seen recently, but a stereotype nonetheless.