Gray is great! Andie MacDowell, 63, pulls back her silver locks in Cannes after stunning on the red carpet as she says she loves ’embracing’ her age
The Four Weddings And A Funeral actress, 63, partially pulled back her gray hair as she dressed casually in a leather motorcycle jacket and dark denim jeans adding studded cowgirl boots.
This comes just as the movie queen said she is happy with her ‘wild’ locks as she is ’embracing’ her age.
Always looking good: Andie MacDowell, 63, was seen outside her hotel in Cannes, France after stunning on the red carpet twice at the Cannes Film Festival
The siren put on quite the display at Cannes as she wore stunning outfits that made the most of her slender frame.
She was seen on Tuesday at the Annette screening and opening ceremony during the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival in Cannes. She wore a blue dress.
And on Wednesday she had on a pink gown for the Tout S’est Bien Passe (Everything Went Fine) screening.
Both looks were winners.
The Green Card actress stood out for her silver locks that looked incredibly chic.
On Friday the looker – who has daughters Margaret, 26, and Rainey Qualley, 31 – said she was happy with her new hair color.
Hip Andie: The Four Weddings And A Funeral actress, 63, partially pulled back her gray hair as she dressed casually in a leather motorcycle jacket and dark denim jeans
Ok with it all: This comes just as the movie queen said she is happy with her ‘wild’ locks as she is ’embracing’ her age; here she is seen with a male friend
‘I’m not worried about keeping it under control,’ she told People about her hair.
‘We’ve emphasized the wildness. We’ve gone with that.’
To keep her hair soft she uses ‘lots of conditioners’: ‘I just put conditioner in and leave it in there. If I’m not working, that’s all I do. I just sleep in it sometimes.’
And she loves the new feel: ‘Because of the silver, it gets even a little drier. The texture becomes even more wiry, but I’m embracing all of it,’ she says. ‘I’m comfortable. I like me. That’s where you get to by the time you’re my age.’
Her kids tell her to not put herself down: ‘They remind me quite often not to say anything derogatory about myself. They’re actually better than I am in a lot of ways because I taught them well. They listened.’
FancyL McDowell attends the Annette screening and opening ceremony during the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday in Cannes, France, left, and at the Tout S’est Bien Passe (Everything Went Fine) screening on Wednesday
She is happy to be back on the carpet post COVID: ‘I am excited about dressing up just a pinch and going to restaurants. And not worrying. I think we shouldn’t be stupid, but relaxing just a little bit. What a strange thing that we’ve been through.’
And she gets stylish on the plane too: ‘I like to look decent on the plane. I’m a little bit old-school, so I try to dress a little bit nice. I did wear jeans, but I wore nice jeans with cute boots and something kind of warm because I always get cold on airplanes.’
‘It is what I’m most proud of, outside of my children,’ the star shared. ‘It’s the biggest part of my life, for sure. And I do feel a responsibility to be a positive reflection of women as they age. I hope that I’m doing that.’
One of her biggest hits: Andie with Hugh Grant in Four Weddings and A Funeral in 1994