Dark days are ahead for Cher.
The follicly-blessed singer recently spoke of her jet black locks, which have been dark for five decades now. The "Believe" icon intends to keep them that way.
"[Going gray] is fine for other girls," Cher, 75, told People magazine. "I'm just not doing it!"
Over the years, several experienced actors and singers have embraced their gray hair. Andie MacDowell, for instance, called her decision to go gray a "power move."
Her hair notwithstanding, Cher is willing to try other beauty regimes, having recently teamed up with rapper Saweetie and M.A.C. Cosmetics for its "Challenge Accepted" beauty campaign, which encourages fans to put their own M.A.C. makeup to the test and share the results with #macchallengeaccepted.
Prior to the M.A.C. partnership, Cher had only seen the rapper through the small screen. They are now fast friends.
"I never met her, but I saw a video, and I liked her essence," Cher told the mag. "We got along really well. Now she comes to dinner!"
Speaking of her own makeup journey, Cher said, "It's had to morph. It's had to have changes."
"It's all about having fun," she continued. "I just think that people who worry about the way someone puts on their makeup should get a life."