Demi Moore: “It’s a nonsense rule that as women get older they shouldn’t wear long hair”



For Demi Moore, 59, having long hair is more than just a confidence boost – it's her way of debunking patriarchal myths that still hold sway about women. Who said that with age a woman would do better to cut them?

Demi Moore, 59, in an interview with People Magazine for the launch of her swimwear line for the swimwear brand Andie, for which she also modeled, she talks about her now iconic hair long than her. And she says she was truly chameleon in her life with her hair but now she feels comfortable with a long raven mane.

“I did everything to my hair. I shaved them. I dyed them. I brought the helmet. When I'm not working, I try to do as little as possible. I find it stressful even if someone touches them. If I have nowhere to go, I don't dry them with heat but naturally. And I don't wash them too often».

As for the haircuts, the star says she does, but very sparingly, just the tips to keep them healthy. “I just do a regular trim, the rest comes from within. You have to eat well, and so on».

Demi Moore, who even shaved her head for the 1997 film Soldier Jane, says that at this point in her career it would be difficult to make another move that drastic. “I think now that I've grown up, I have nothing to prove. So if they really need my hair to be different, they can give me a wig," she tells People, adding that "I don't even know how it would grow back if I cut it! ".

One of the hair products she can't do without to maintain the beauty of their length, hydration and shine is Kevin Murphy's Hydrate Me Rinse. “When you have long hair, you need a conditioner that isn't too heavy,” he reveals.

For Moore, having long hair is more than just a confidence boost – it's her way of debunking the patriarchal myths they still hold on to women. “I remember hearing someone say that as women get older, they shouldn't have long hair. And this way of thinking has stuck with me,” she says. "But who says that? To me, well, if they can grow and look good, then why shouldn't we have them long? I don't feel comfortable with rules that don't seem to have any real meaning or justification ».

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