Demi Moore explained why she would not experiment with her hair for a role again, and would instead prefer wearing a wig.

The actress is popularly known for shaving her head for the 1997's movie, "G.I. Jane," where she portrayed a member of the U.S. Navy force.

"I think now that I’m older, I also know, I don’t have anything to prove," the 59-year-old actress told People on July 22, ETCanada reported Monday. "So if they really need my hair different, they can give me a wig."

Moore explained that she doesn't want to cut her hair as it involves the risk of not knowing "how it would grow back!" The actress shared that she has tried everything with her hair so far.

"I’ve shaved it. I’ve dyed it. I’ve had a bob. When I’m not working, I try to do as little to it as possible," she said. "It’s stressful even having someone touch it. If I don’t have anywhere to go, I don’t put heat on it—I just try to let it do its own thing. And I don’t wash it too often."

Moore went on to share how she heard someone saying that older women shouldn't have long hair. However, the actress doesn't believe in it.

"I remember hearing someone say that when women get older, they shouldn’t have long hair. And something about that stuck with me," she recalled. "Like who says? It made me feel like, well, if it can grow and it’s not unhealthy, then why shouldn’t we?"

"I’m not comfortable with rules that don’t seem to have any real meaning or justification," she concluded.

On the work front, Moore began her career with 1981's "Choices" and then she went on to work in several movies including "Parasite," "Blame It on Rio," "No Small Affair,'' "About Last Night" and "One Crazy Summer."

Considering her recent work, she appeared in the drama movie, "Please Baby Please," which was dropped on July 15.

The actress also featured in the recent action comedy, "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent," which dropped on April 22. The flick also featured Nicolas Cage, Pedro Pascal, Lily Mo Sheen, Sharon Horgan, Alessandra Mastronardi and Tiffany Haddish.

Moore will be next seen in the drama movie, "The Substance," which is helmed by director Coralie Fargeat.

Demi Moore becomes the latest victim in a major credit card fraud. In this image, Moore poses backstage at the 22nd Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California, Jan. 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake