Jane Fonda, 83, Admits She Is Very Happy as She Flaunts Natural Gray Hair on 'The Ellen Show'

Jane Fonda looked comfortable in a white shirt beneath a red jacket as she flaunted her gorgeous gray hair during her interview on “The Ellen Show.”

Jane Fonda has been gracing the big and small screens for decades, showing different hair colors and styles as years go by. If there’s one thing her fans know, it’s that she looks good in anything.

During the 2020 Oscars, Fonda wowed the audience as she walked up the stage to present the best picture award, debuting her beautiful gray pixie cut hair.

Jane Fonda during the Opening ceremony and the "Grace of Monaco" Premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 14, 2014 in Cannes, France. | Source: Getty Images

Jane Fonda during the Opening ceremony and the "Grace of Monaco" Premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 14, 2014 in Cannes, France. | Source: Getty Images

The actress’ look gained many praises, with many commending her bold hair color choice. The “Monster-in-Law” star’s hair colorist, Jack Martin, revealed that it took seven hours to achieve Fonda’s locks.

Throughout the long hours, the busy actress-turned-activist read lines for her television show, wrote chapters for her book, answered emails, and read the news.

The “Barefoot in the Park” star recently appeared as a guest on “The Ellen Show” and flaunted her gorgeous gray hair, claiming she is glad to have that color.

In the past decade, she went for short blonde hair with curls for the comedy series “Grace and Frankie.”

“I tell you, I’m so happy I let it go gray,” she admitted, adding that she only tried out the hair color last year. “Enough already with so much time wasted, so much money spent, so many chemicals. I’m through with that.”

Fonda began her career as a model in the ‘50s with a feminine pixie cut. The 83-year-old star rocked a shoulder-length bob cut with full curls at the bottom in the following decade.

Jane Fonda during a photoshoot, August 25, 1967. | Source: Getty Images

Jane Fonda during a photoshoot, August 25, 1967. | Source: Getty Images

She later switched up her look and showcased her brunette hair for the Edward Dmytryk film “Walk on the Wild Side,” which won her a Golden Globe for Most Promising Newcomer.

In 1965, the actress debuted her yellow-blonde locks and side-swept bangs while residing in France with her partner, Vadim. She entered the ‘70s with brown locks as she accepted her first Oscar Award. 

Jane Fonda smiles for a portrait in France. | Source: Getty Images

Jane Fonda smiles for a portrait in France. | Source: Getty Images

Fonda usually had voluminous curls throughout the ‘80s as she shared several workout videos with her fans. In the past decade, she went for short blonde hair with curls for the comedy series “Grace and Frankie.”

Fonda plays Grace in the show, which revolves around the lives of two women whose husbands surprisingly fell in love with each other. The actress tried different trends throughout the years and looked beautiful in all.

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