Demi Moore explains why she was pressured to cut or shave her hair again to get a role

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Demi Moore says it’s unlikely she’ll ever change her hair again for an acting job.

Moore, 59, spoke at length about her locks in a new interview with People. The actress is best known for popping her head to play an elite member of the US Navy in the 1997 film, ‘GI Jane’. But today she says she would be hard-pressed to change her hair to play a certain role.

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“I guess now that I’m older, and I know, too,” she said, “I don’t have anything to prove.” People. “So if they really need my hair differently, they can give me a wig.” Moore also noted that cutting her hair would come with risks because “it’s not clear how it will grow again!”

Demi Moore in “GI JANE” (1997).
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“I’ve done everything for my hair,” she added. “I shaved it. I dyed it. I had a bob. When I’m not working out, I try to do as little as possible for it.”

The star continued, “It’s exhausting for someone to even touch it. If I don’t have anywhere to go, I don’t put heat on it—I just try to let it do its own thing. And I don’t wash it often.”

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Nowadays, Moore prefers to keep her hair long, despite any agreements on what constitutes age-appropriate hairstyles. “I remember hearing someone say that when women get older, they shouldn’t have long hair. And I explained that something about that stuck in my mind.” Like who says? It made me feel, well, if it could grow and it’s not unhealthy, So why don’t we? I’m not comfortable with rules that don’t seem to have any real meaning or justification.”


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