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Among the protagonists of the Beautiful Issue of the People magazine, Andie MacDowell appears in all its beauty and elegance. Her green eyes are marked by slight wrinkles, more than normal for the actress and model, who at 64 he is absolutely at peace with his age and the passage of time. And since in full pandemic said goodbye to hair dye, Andie MacDowell says she feels free and happy like never before.
The actress and historical testimonial of the L’Oréal Paris maison, told a People to love her hair look. To inspire her, a person very dear to her.
“I looked at my sister, 18 months older than me, and thought how much more beautiful she had become by embracing her silver gray color. Part of me envied her “. Gradually, the desire to have natural hair, salt and pepper, grew and Andie found the courage (because she initially wants it) to leave her hair without the coverage of the dye.
“During the pandemic, like many women, I was confronted with the problem of regrowth. And I loved how the gray matched the face skin and eye color. I realized that I would be happier if I stopped dyeing my hair. And today I can say: I am happier. I really like this look very much, at 64 I feel free. I wanted to live this experience and I did it ».
Applause to Andie MacDowell, who – as she said some time ago – he had to overcome the resistance of his entourage, scared that the actress’s gray hair would translate into fewer job bookings. And instead…
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Source: Vanity Fair