Star Michelle Pfeiffer has undergone a dramatic hair transformation after replacing her iconic blonde locks with fiery red hair.
The 62-year-old celebrity revealed that she recently changed her appearance in a post on Instagram.
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But it ended up that the picture was a return from her time on the set of her upcoming film French output where she stars as the broken New York socialist, Frances Price.
“To become Frances Price. #FrenchExit, ”Michelle wrote on the selfie, where she matched her look with light red lipstick.
Many of her celebrity friends were shocked by her new look.
“It’s very different,” he said Evil intentions star Selma Blair.
“Of course it looks good. And I see a bit of Hermione, ”she added, referring to Emma Watson’s character in Harry Potter movies.
Comedian Chelsea Handler mistaken Michelle as actress Bryce Dallas Howard from Jurassic park films, which have light red hair.
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Some fans responded, with one arguing: “No she looks like Jessica Chastain.”
“Yes, a mix of Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain,” commented another.
Others were simply full of compliments for the actress’ new look.
Naomi Campbell wrote “Beauty in Red” while Michelle’s sister-in-law, Rona Pfeiffer, said, “Damn you look good.”
The red-haired actress Julianne Moore published a lot of flamemoji.
Meanwhile, several years ago in 2013, the actress revealed that she was once part of a cult that believed that humans could only exist in sunlight.
Pfeiffer said she became involved in the cult when she first began her Hollywood career.
Run by a “very controlling” couple who believed in breathability, the cult put the actress on a strict diet that she said “no one can follow”.
Pfeiffer told Britain Sunday Telegraph she only understood what she was up to when she met her first husband, actor Peter Horton, who was researching Moonies, a quasi-Christian group that was considered by some to be a cult organization, for a film role.
“We talked to a former Moonie and he described the psychological manipulation and I just clicked,” she said in the interview.
Pfieffer, who moved to Los Angeles when she was 20, described the couple as “the kind of personal trainer.”
“I did not live with them but I was there a lot and they always said I needed to come more. I had to pay for the whole time I was there, so it was financially very draining. ”
Breatharianism – the belief people can survive without food or water – has caused controversy after it was linked to several deaths, including a woman who died in the Scottish Highlands after a period of prolonged fasting.