What is Gwyneth Paltrow most famous for?
For nearly three decades Gwyneth Paltrow kept her look near constant with her Sunkissed tan and blonde hair.
Now, Paltrow teased the possibility of trading her signature look for a more natural one.
Since Paltrow’s blonde hair and tan skin are practically a brand, fans were quick to take to Instagram to ask about her new look.
One fan asked, “Are you growing into your natural gray hair? Which is beautiful by the way?”
But Paltrow answered coyly and suggested lack of care as the reason.
“I don’t know, I’ve just been lazy over the summer.”
However, she asked her fans what they thought she should do and created a poll on her Instagram page.
“Should I?” she asked them, adding “Do you guys think I should go gray? Or keep my highlights?”
But ultimately fans want Paltrow to keep her signature look with over 5o% support her staying blond while 42% say go gray.
For a while now, Paltrow has been candid about aging, even as she turned 50 last year.
Since turning 50, the actress opened up about what the milestone meant for her.
In fact, she took to Goop to write a reflective post on embracing the good and the bad that comes with age.
Paltrow’s positive move toward awareness and acceptance.
“A collection of marks and irregularities that dog-ear the chapters, I accept the marks and the loosening skin, the wrinkles. I accept my body and let go of the need to be perfect, look perfect, defy gravity, defy logic, defy humanity. I accept my humanity.”
She went on to say, I, perhaps, am moving out of this felt sense of the cumulative just in time. It is being replaced with an awareness that is hard to define.”
Personally, I’m all for a person’s natural beauty and don’t see the need to hide or try to prevent the aging process.
However, in a previous video shared by Paltrow, she stated that she believed beauty and wellness were linked.
So, check out the YouTube video Paltrow did on her beauty and wellness routine and see what she had to say.
But still, we appreciate and applaud her acceptance of nature and hope others embrace their natural beauty too.
Published by HOLR Magazine