Gender Inequality: Gray Hair: Sarah Jessica Parker Wants to Be Left Alone

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The 57-year-old American actress denounced the difference in treatment between a man and a woman who considers herself a victim of it.

Sarah Jessica Parker denounces the fact that deciding to dedicate her gray hair to women is perceived as brave, unlike men.

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In 2021, Sarah Jessica Parker was photographed on the balcony of a restaurant in New York, without makeup and With the roots of gray hair. She recalls in an interview with Allure magazine, on June 23: “We saluted my courage for months. I thought it would make sense to salute someone’s courage for something other than this.” Among her fans is model Polina Porizkova who paid tribute to the courage of the actress in November 2021.

The 57-year-old American actress, who took on the task Carrie Bradshaw’s role In “And Just Like That,” the sequel to “Sex and the City,” she also regrets that attention was only focused on her when she was accompanied by all-gray-haired host Andy Cohen. “Andy’s head is covered in beautiful gray hair,” she notes. But no one mentioned it while he was sitting next to me. absolutely nobody.”

“I’m not angry, it’s just a simple note,” she continues. But the fact that the condition of your hair, skin or hands can make headlines would hurt even the most positive people in the world,” she deplores.

He focused the audience’s attention on the passage of time that did not matter to his male followers. “We never talk to them,” she notes. They weren’t told “here’s a cream that lets you pretend time hasn’t passed”.

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Sarah Jessica Parker is a fan of fishbone highlights, a type of coloring that involves mixing gray hair with other colors, such as blonde. “I don’t want to waste my time doing a drastic recolor every two weeks, that’s just too much,” she explains. I don’t understand why I’m supposed to think about it so much. (…) There are a million things I want to do in my spare time, and none of them have anything to do with maintaining my appearance or trying to get back to how it was. 15 years ago.”

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