Andie MacDowell, 64, reveals beauty secrets, highlights self-care and ‘keeps things in perspective’

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Veteran actress Andie MacDowell has opened up about what makes a person beautiful and it’s not just how they look. The actress said it was all about “keeping everything in perspective” as she attended the 8th Annual Hollywood Beauty Awards to win her “timeless beauty” award. She then admitted that she had been blessed to be able to live the life she leads. She said being a beauty has to do with “realizing what a privilege it is to do what I do and just try to take really good care of myself”.

MacDowell credited her rigorous self-care routine, which involves hiking and yoga, with keeping her active and taking an active role in her wellbeing, according to ET. She also never fails to eat a healthy diet and get a good night’s sleep, both essential to maintaining good health. However, MacDowell also chooses to break from her health-centric routine every now and then to indulge in chocolate, which is an indulgence for her.

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MacDowell on aging and gray hair

The actress, who is now a grandmother, had stopped coloring her hair during the time of the pandemic and fully embraced the look as she stunned with her curly salt-and-pepper locks at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival. , she’s been very vocal about the aging process and how she chooses to show off her grays.

She said she was “really comfortable” with her hair and it was “something I’ve wanted to do for a while”. She then added, “And I’m really comfortable with where I am right now in my life. I just want to enjoy the moment I’m in and be as real and honest as possible, not just with everyone but with myself as well.”

For Andie MacDowell, dates aren’t a priority anymore

While talking about looking and feeling beautiful, MacDowell also explained that her love life isn’t a priority for her right now. “Having to go on dates,” she laughed. MacDowell added, “It takes energy. I’m so busy. I really feel like the most important aspect of my life right now is deep, meaningful friendships. And my job. “

“One thing I forgot to mention in this [acceptance] speech is the intense amount of love you feel,” she said. MacDowell added, “Because so many other things fall out that don’t matter to you as much. And so you have a greater opportunity to have a bigger heart and a compassionate love and empathy for all kinds of different people. So, it’s not like I’m looking for a relationship. Like, I could have a great friendship with you and be very satisfied with the compassion and love I could feel for you, or for other people. It’s just a change that happens with age, which feels really good.”

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