AceShowbiz - Mandy Moore is no stranger to beauty blunder after all. While the 34-year-old singer turned actress aged with grace, she opened up about the public moment she cringed about by sharing to fans an incident involving a film premiere and dyed eyebrows.
On October 19, the Rebecca Pearson of "This Is Us" posted on Instagram old photos of her as part of flashback Friday. The pictures, taken at the Los Angeles premiere of "Original Sin" in 2001, captured her as a blonde complete with blonde eyebrows. In a caption, she added a hashtag of "dontdyeyoureyebrows" as a reminder of the faux pas.
Among those reacting to the old photos was actor Shane West. Mandy's co-star in "A Walk to Remember" was quick to comment, "This. Is. Everything." As her response, the fiancee of Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith pointed out to another flub. "It was right after 'Walk' and I went blonde again and my poor bangs," she noted.
While she might not be able to do anything to change her past appearance on the red carpet, Mandy has talked about taking better care of her skin. In an interview with NewBeauty magazine for its Spring issue, she admitted it was "really hard" having to wear makeup every day due to her super sensitive skin.
"I try to get a lot of sleep, drink water and wear sunscreen -- all the cardinal rules of skin care," the "Candy" hitmaker dished. "I'm not a particularly big drinker, so that helps because I don't have to contend with completely dehydrating my skin. Beyond that, I guess I have my mom and dad to thank."
Beauty aside, Mandy has recently generated a little buzz with her comment over her failed marriage. Speaking to Glamour magazine, the "Tangled" actress claimed that her decision to marry Ryan Adams in 2009 was not the "smartest" one she made, adding further, "I didn't choose the right person."
Nevertheless, the "License to Wed" actress stated that she didn't blame herself for the divorce. "I don't feel guilty for it, I don't fault myself for it," she insisted. "When people said, 'I'm sorry', I was like, 'Sorry would have been had I stayed in a very unhealthy situation'. I didn't. I found my way out. And when I did, things opened back up again."