At the end of summer a year ago Sarah Jessica Parker she was photographed while out for dinner at a club in Manhattan, New York. Without make-up, with long wavy hair pulled back, seemed to have joined the club of gray hair don’t carethat is, women fed up with dyeing their hair gray (see Parker’s colleague Andie MacDowell, who switched to silver hair in the pandemic).
“Sarah Jessica Parker has gone gray” and “Sarah Jessica Parker’s courage”, the beauty journalists had titled, making those stolen photos viral. Today the person directly interested in the American magazine talks about it Allure: “A conversation arose about how brave she was to show me with gray hair”, recalls the protagonist of Sex and the City. “I’m sorry to disappoint you, but the truth is, I haven’t even stopped dyeing my hair. Those highlights were blonde locks faded by the summer sun», Specifies the actress, who has become famous worldwide as Carrie Bradshaw.
What is certain is that Sarah Jessica Parker has made it clear that does not always have the time (and the desire) to touch up the regrowth: she is a busy woman and sometimes she forgets about it. As for the way of living her aging, with all that it entails from the point of view of the external appearance, here is the point of view of the Hollywood star, who last March celebrated 57 years: “I just don’t understand why I should spend so much time thinking about the fact that I’m getting old. It’s not that I pretend nothing has happened or want to be high school, I have my vanities like everyone else. But I don’t dwell on it all the time. It is the others who care much more than me ». And returning for a moment to the photos taken by the paparazzi in the New York club: “At the same table with me was my friend Andy Cohen, three years younger than me. Andy has almost completely gray hair. But no one mentioned him and his gray hair, even though he was sitting right next to me. Why never?”. Great question, Sarah: why?
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Source: Vanity Fair