- The 63-year-old actress says she has “never felt stronger” than bleaching her hair.
- So when Andy McDowell’s hair turned gray during quarantine.
- He wanted to embrace salty and spicy. However, your manager is not very enthusiastic about the idea.
During the lockdown, I had many distractions and became obsessed with Jack Martin doing Jane Fonda’s hair. I shared these photos with a lot of people and said, “Hey, I want to do this.” “My manager told me, ‘This isn’t the time,'” McDowell, 63, said in an interview with Vogue.
The actress’s children, Justin Quality, 35, Rainey Quality, 31, and Margaret Qually, 26, kept telling her how “bad” she looked in “dark and silver” grays, she said. So McDowell resigned and told his team he would take it.
I said, “I think you are wrong, and I will be stronger if I hug where I am.” It’s time because I’ll be 65 in two years. If I don’t do it now, I don’t stand a chance to be salt and pepper. I’ve always wanted to be salt and pepper! “She explained. Letting her hair fall out naturally is an empowering experience for the star.” Somehow I feel like I look younger because it looks more natural. It’s not that I’m trying to hide something,” McDowell told Vogue. That’s precisely what I have to do here.”
He continued, “I was cautious at first. But after that, it was apparent that my instincts were right because I had never felt stronger. I think more honestly; I have the feeling that I am not faking it. “Earlier this month, McDowell told PEOPLE that the transition from years of hair salon color treatments to a natural look had taken a toll on her signature locks.