I’ve been known to unpromptedly announce to anyone who will listen that I’m strategizing my entry into the Demi Moore phase of my life. I mean that on probably the most superficial level, after all. Specifically, I’d prefer to spend the remaining of my forties — and the remaining of my life — with what has been her signature look for the reason that start of the brand new millennium, when she was entering her forties: very long, very dark, very straight hair. I’ve got two out of the three going for me already, but I never feel like I’m fully nailing the steadfast super-sleek hair that has change into so closely associated together with her. But after getting a glimpse of how she checked out the Academy Museum Gala, I’m pleased to see that pin-straight hair is probably not a strict prerequisite for being in a single’s Demi Moore era.
Moore was considered one of many celebrities to attend the Los Angeles event on Sunday, December 3, and she or he posed on the red carpet looking next-level glamorous in a glistening Tamara Ralph gown featuring an enormous, sequined rosette on the bodice. Her makeup was decidedly in-line together with her usual low-key glam, but her hair took a turn for the wavy.
Normally — and I mean 20 years’ price of normally — we see Moore wearing her waist-length hair parted in the center and straightened inside an especially glossy inch of its life. At the gala, nevertheless, she wore her super-long style dramatically flipped to 1 side and, most notably, not straight. Instead, she opted for a rather messy, loosely wavy finish with an air-dried mermaid type of feel.