Three Hollywood leading ladies came clean to Oprah Winfrey about the difficulty of aging in Tinseltown, washing off their makeup and opening their hearts.

Teri Hatcher, Cybill Shepherd and a rare appearance by 'Dynasty' star Linda Evans highlighted Winfrey's show, which revealed the insecurities and physical struggles of the stars. The trio contends they've had to deal with the intense social pressure to stay youthful and flawless, which they've decided they're past obsessing over anymore.

When Teri Hatcher posted bare-faced and sopping wet-haired photos straight out of the shower on her Facebook page just weeks ago, a public frenzy ensued over the star's willingness to reveal her self-described undereye circles, uneven skin tone and clearly non-Botoxed brow furrows. "I don't want to stop taking glamorous pictures -- they're fun -- but I just want people to know the truth," Hatcher told Oprah. "I think if we can accept the truth and reveal the mystery, we can enjoy both things."

The 45 year-old actress did admit to receiving Botox injections a couple years after daughter Emerson Rose was born in 1997 because she looked 'so tired,' though the former 'Superman' star says she hasn't had injections since.