‘I could see the roots during COVID’: Andie MacDowell the moment she decided to embrace gray hair

Andie Macdowell she officially embraced the gray, and she couldn’t stand it anymore.

The Four weddings and a funeral the actress, who has been noticed in recent years showing off her natural hairstyle more and more, has opened up People about what led her to change.

“My sister is completely silver and is only 18 months older than me. I thought she looked much prettier because she is silver. I was jealous,” she told the publication.

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MacDowell shows off its gorgeous gray look at the ‘Annette’ screening during the 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival in July 2021 (Samir Hussein / WireImage)

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MacDowell admitted that thanks to the pandemic and that attack of sisterly jealousy, she took a bullet and decided to discard her hair dye.

“During COVID, I could see the roots in my face and skin and eyes, and I liked it. I felt I was going to be happier. And I’m happier. I really like it,” she said.

“I’m 64 and this is the time of my life. I’m going to be silver in the end. And I wanted to experience this experience of feeling what it is.”

Photos of MacDowell hugging her gray hair were spotted back in November 2020, when she posted a video for her followers on Instagram with her hair turning gray.

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Since then, the actress has shone on the covers of magazines, including ODDA i Vogue of Poland and Vogue of Greece.

More importantly, Macdowell (and her gray locks) star in the Netflix hit series The maid as ‘Paula’, along with his daughter Margaret Qualley, who plays the main character, ‘Alex’.

The couple also plays a mother and daughter in the film.

Macdowell, who now has three adult children with her ex-husband Paul Qualley, says she is older, and as she experiences menopause, she learns to be much kinder to herself and herself body.

“And your stomach gets bigger as you get older … I have to constantly work on loving that part of my body. It’s so hard,” she admits.

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Andie MacDowell and her daughter Margaret Qualley who both star in the Netflix drama series ‘The Maid’. (Getty Images for COS)

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The actress, who has always adored nature, healthy habits and keeping fit, is often incredibly open about how she comes to terms with her new body, and shares many sweet words of wisdom on Instagram.

In the inscription he marries her repost Vogue Poland on the cover, MacDowell wrote, “I have the courage to love myself as I love other people. Fearlessly and unconditionally. Honestly and truly.

“Life is too short not to be happy in your own skin. Stay brave, stay confident – it’s a beautiful and wonderful thing. I send you all a heart full of love.”

In his interview with PeopleMacDowell has admitted that she can go down on herself and her looks, but her daughters are the ones who always remind her of what really matters.

“If I ever say something humiliating about myself, because I taught them not to do it, they will say, ‘Why are you doing what you told us not to do,'” she revealed.

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