In this year, it seems that the coup incident within the Oscars Ceremony drew more attention than the awards themselves, so we could take advantage of that situation from a closer view of this issue. Usually, seeing a woman without hair always attracts attention, and in some cases, it can be very strong to see. For this reason, when an actress resorts to it for a role, it is almost inevitable that she will give something to talk about. Today we’re going to be looking at five actresses who pulled their hair out for their respective roles, and what each one entailed.
In this particular case, the idea was to project that the character was, above all, a survivor, and in fact, long hair can be a great disadvantage in those cases, although it also served to project that she lived in a violent world.
When you are in a high security prison, discipline is usually very strict, and that was more than reflected in the image that this actress projected, despite having been one of the weakest films in the saga.
In this case, the impact was much greater, since the hair loss occurs within the film, and marks a clear break within the personality of the protagonist.
In this particular case, it is the same character who decides to cut his hair to catch up with a group of men who do not believe in his abilities.
This case was curious, because it was not for a need of the character, or to give some impression. Simply, for the actress, it was more comfortable because she had to wear a helmet in many of her scenes.