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Andie MacDowell: “You must be old, I’m tired of looking young”

Andie MacDowell embraces aging and doesn’t hide her gray hair

This has been a long time coming Andie MacDowell to be concerned with the manner of giving, which pertains to old age. After years of hating aesthetic canons with gray hair, the actress confirms her conviction it is naturally embraced according to the process of time.

In a recent interview with journalist Katie Couric, the 63-year-old model and translator spoke about her current personal and professional life and revealed how she deals with some critics of her gray hair. “I want to be old. I’m tired of trying to be young. I don’t want to be young. I was young. It was a lot of effort when I wanted to be older,” he said.

MacDowell’s demand for aging came after actress Justine Bateman, 57, spoke out against botox and fillers, following criticism on social media for her appearance.

“I think it’s important to see beauty at every age and not be limited to a certain age. But once I say to someone: I am old, and they say: You are not. ‘It’s like something horrible,’ said the Four Weddings and Funerals actress.

But he continued his meditation: “I say to them: but what happens if I say that I am young?” They don’t have a problem, right? The truth is, I am well and truly old. I really want people to think about this, he said.

“Why is there such shame about getting old?” MacDowell asked the question and she answered: “How old do you think I am? I’m turning 65. Do you think I look 75 just because I sing my hair? I don’t care. I want to be old. I’m tired of trying to be young. I just can’t go with a mime!” he said.

MacDowell believes that women her age should enjoy this time in their lives as much as possible. “We are beginning to the last period of life, it is not a time to waste,” concluded the actress.

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As for her decision to keep her silver hair long, the actress said, “It looks good to me. As I grow older, it brightens my eyes. Their color started to look a little different and they just liked my skin more. He reassured me more.

He then explained that he had decided to keep his gray hair when he was younger. “I could use some salt and pepper. I thought it would make my face look good. And when the hair began to grow during the pandemic, I saw that I was right. It seems good to me. I feel more powerful, truer, and more myself.

Although this celebrity is aware of how this decision could affect her career, especially after, according to her, a young journalist asked her what it felt like to “get old and lose beauty” when she turned 40. . “I missed her,” Andie said of that encounter two decades ago. “The journalist was going to see me one day,” he added.

“There’s a lot of relevance and truth in the aging face of a woman and the aging face of a man, and how it affects your life. People in the industry don’t really know what to do for you,” she said.

Happy with her current look, the actress nevertheless leaves the door open to possible changes in the future. “Even if I can play that person who’s really comfortable in their skin or whatever, I don’t know, I might change my mind in 10 years. I don’t know how I feel.”

The actress was one of the favorite faces of the fifty and became a successful model, the face of the brands Calvin Klein and L’Oreál. Later, she left Hollywood life to raise her children in a completely anonymous town in Montana, United States of America.

In 2021, he returned with his participation in Things to Clean, a series that was successful on Netflix, not only allowed him to play in the big leagues again, but also to work for the first time with his daughter Margaret Qualley, the protagonist of the story.

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