Movie star Andie MacDowell has given up hair coloring amid the pandemic. Today she feels “very comfortable” with her gray curls.
Andie MacDowell (64) loves her hair the way it is. The actress on how good she feels since she gave up dying her hair amid the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a while. And I’m really comfortable with where I am in my life right now.” MacDowell added, “I just want to enjoy the time that I’m in and be as real and honest as possible — not just with everyone else, but with myself.” In 2021, at the Cannes Film Festival, she showed up with gray hair for the first time.
MacDowell continued to tell Entertainment Tonight about her beauty secret, saying she’s just trying to take “really good” care of herself. This goes from healthy eating to getting enough sleep. She also loves hiking and yoga, according to the actress. Andie MacDowell said the “most important aspect” of her life right now is “deep, meaningful friendships.” Dating, on the other hand, costs a lot of energy, the 64-year-old joked.
Andie MacDowell is best known for his films Groundhog Day (1993), Green Card (1990), Short Cuts (1993) and Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994).
The actress has three children
In 1986 she had married Paul Qualley, a former model. The two reportedly met while posing for ads together. The couple had a son, Justin (born 1986), and two daughters: Rainey (33) and Margaret (28). MacDowell and Qualley divorced in 1999. After that, MacDowell was in a relationship with actor Dennis Quaid (68) for several months. The film star remarried in 2001, this time tying the knot to Rhett Hartzog, a businessman. The divorce followed in 2004. She then began dating businessman Kevin Geagan.
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