Entertainment: Zazie: At 58 she displays her first white hair ... "I took a stroke of old", she responds to criticism and haters

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at 58 years old, Zazie proudly sports her first white hair. His hair is dotted with silver strands. However, this hair look is criticized by certain Internet users. Zazie reminds the…

Zazie : à 58 ans elle affiche ses premiers cheveux blancs... « J'ai pris un coup de vieux », elle répond aux critiques et aux haters. © Bestimage Zazie: at 58 she displays her first white hair ... "I took a stroke of old", she responds to criticism and haters.

Zazie is back in the next season of The Voice alongside Amel Bent, Vianney and Bigflo and Oli. In the meantime, the singer-songwriter released a mini-album of four titles before the release of a next opus in 2023. Let It Shine , the first single, was released a few days ago. The opportunity to promote its new creation and indulge in some confidences in the media. Invited on the daily set , Zazie returns to certain criticisms that she has been able to receive concerning her hair change, a new look that she has been wearing for several months already and that the public was able to discover on her social networks and television. Indeed, Zazie decided to no longer camouflage his silver strands . His hair is now sublimated by Silver lengths which blend with his naturally brown nuance.

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A freedom

Zazie begins by note: " is quite curious as it makes this wick talk. There is something questioning about this society for women, it is that, whether in the kind or the most bizarre, the comments that came to me, it was: "she took a stroke of old, But she is always nice ". Yes, I reassure you, I indeed took a stroke of old, it's normal, it's mechanical, every year "". She takes the opportunity to remind you that we are all housed in the same brand. No one. escape the laws of time passing: " moreover, the person who says this comment also took a stroke of old, every year ".

Isabelle de Truchis de Varennes, of his real name, poses a Look at society, its injunctions and its shots: " and then there is the other thing that is even more bizarre, it is" for a woman, she is not her age despite her white hair ". I have the impression that we find that men who have gray hair are quite beautiful kids and that we talk about it or little, and that for a woman, it's a subject ... while it n 'is not an ". She concludes:" It is true that the COVvid helped me no longer having a dye and saying to me "I will let these things push " ". Finally, Zazie takes a step back and transforms C Ela in force: " is also one of the freedoms to get older, it is to start making less of the image that we refer and the comments ".

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