Three decades of Demi Moore and what her ‘downageing’ can teach the rest of us


By the time Moore hit 40, she had grown out her locks into an ultra-long and glossy style which she’s since made her signature bucking the trend to go shorter with age.

On the contrary, her London hairdresser Ivan Ferreira told The Telegraph that keeping her hair so long is a deliberate power move designed to set her apart, which he keeps in top condition with a unique invisible layering technique developed in his native Brazil where long bottom-length locks are abundant at every age.

However, it is Demi’s agelessness that has sparked endless surgery rumours, none of which the actor has admitted to. In 2003, it was widely reported that Demi had a plastic surgery overhaul to the tune of $250,000 for her appearance in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.

And the rumours didn’t end there. In 2006, the Daily Mail reported that sources close to the actor, then 43, revealed that she had had surgery with surgeon Brain Novack to address sagging skin around her knees. 

In a 2007 interview with French Marie Claire she refuted the reports saying that she had “never” had any cosmetic surgery. Yet, as recently as January this year, social media erupted with more talk of surgery when Moore walked the catwalk for Fendi’s Spring-Summer 2021 Haute Couture show in Paris. 

Fans took to Twitter to comment on her ‘unrecognisable’ facial features which Moore responded to by appearing on social media two days later looking relaxed and natural leaving fans to believe the difference in appearance was down to make-up. 


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