Salma Hayek, 50, looks seriously sexy in nothing but a lace bralette on the cover of GQ Mexico

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Salma Hayek has appeared on the cover of GQ Mexico in nothing but a lace bralette [Photo: Instagram/salmahayek]

With her hair falling suggestively in loose waves over one of her eyes and clad in nothing but a sexy, sheer lace bralette, Salma Hayek is proving that age certainly doesn’t have to be a barrier to beauty as she appears looking absolutely smokin’ on the cover of GQ Mexico.

Despite looking like someone half her age the Mexican-American actress actually celebrated her 50th Birthday earlier this year. We’ll have what she’s having!

Opting to keep her make-up minimal to show off her natural beauty, the styling team chose a simple yet sultry hand in hair pose. And while there’s no denying her skin looks flawless, the real talking point is the peek-a-boo lace bralette which draws attention to the actress’ amazing assets.

Salma Hayek isn’t afraid to show off her cleavage [Photo: Getty]

Obviously proud of being chosen to front the 10th birthday anniversary issue of the fashion mag, Salma recently shared an image of the sensational cover shot with her 2.1m followers on Instagram.

“Happy to be on the cover of the 10th anniversary of @gqmexico” she captioned the shot.

And her fans couldn’t get enough of it with the shot quickly racking up over 77K likes and almost 1K comments.

“Oh my. So fine at 50+,” one fan commented.

“In my opinion, still one of the most beautiful women in the world,” added another.

One even joked that Salma’s breasts were boob goals.

We couldn’t agree more!

What do you think of the cover shot? Let us know @YahooStyleUK

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