Mandy Moore cut a sleek figure on Saturday afternoon as she stepped out of a hair salon in Beverly Hills.
The 37-year-old actress slipped her toned figure into a rust-colored polka-dot dress that fitted at the waist.
Moore layered her look by donning a chic beige coat with tortoiseshell buttons.
Style inspiration: Mandy Moore cut a sleek figure Saturday afternoon as she stepped out of a hair salon in Beverly Hills
Her flowing brown hair looked particularly shiny and was styled in loose waves.
The Princess Diaries star shielded her eyes with clear-framed sunglasses and shielded herself amid the COVIDD-19 pandemic with a face mask.
Moore had a single necklace hanging around her neck and a pair of micro hoops in her ears.
She stowed her things in a beige designer bag with black handles, but opted to keep her cellphone in her hand.
Polka-dot perfection: The 37-year-old actress slipped her toned figure into a rust-colored polka-dot dress that fitted at the waist
Earlier this week, Moore looked remarkably different as she filmed scenes as an older version of her character Rebecca on US drama This Is Us.
The actress sported deep, wrinkled lines on her face as she dramatically transformed her look for her role on the hit NBC show.
Moore also stepped in as director for the episode after making her debut behind the camera earlier this month.
New look: Mandy Moore, 37, looked remarkably different on Monday as she filmed scenes as an older version of her character Rebecca in US drama This Is Us
Sitting in the makeup chair, Moore filmed herself in an Instagram video showing her having her short wig removed.
After her wig was removed, the beauty then rocked her long brunette locks and joked that her look looked “particularly gooey today”, noting how her hair was “still wet” and ” crispy” after hours under a wig.
A person nearby was then heard sarcastically saying, “Sexy! as Moore inspected himself into his phone camera.
Changes: Mandy also stepped into the role of director for the episode after making her debut behind the camera earlier this month
She added, “Exactly how you want your hair to look.”
The TV star also uploaded a cute video of her 11-month-old baby Gus and husband Taylor Goldsmith enjoying a guitar jamming session.
Earlier this month, Moore debuted her aging makeup while declaring her “wildest dreams come true” as she directed an episode.
Speaking in an Instagram video, she wrote, “I can direct makeup my age. Never thought this day would come.
Transformed: The actress, 37, sported deep, wrinkled lines on her face as she radically transformed her look for her role on the hit NBC show
Funny: After her wig was removed, the beauty then rocked her long brown locks and joked that her look looked ‘particularly gooey today’, remarking how her hair was ‘still wet’ and “crispy” after hours under a wig
“Yeah actually I realize first and then later in the day I have a scene in Rebecca’s current makeup. I had to do my makeup first because it takes so long,” continued Moore in his video.
‘Here we are! I won’t be wearing my wig, but it’s going to be a fun experience. Happy Monday.’
This Is Us debuted in 2016. The show highlights a family dynamic where Moore plays mother, Rebecca, and Milo Anthony Ventimiglia plays idol husband, Jack.
Other major stars include Chrissy Metz, who plays their daughter Kate, Justin Hartley, who plays their son Kevin, and Sterling Brown who plays their adopted son Randall.
What a look: A person nearby was then heard sarcastically saying, “Sexy! as Mandy inspected herself in her phone camera
The NBC favorite is shooting its final and final season after being on the air for six years.
Elsewhere in November, she gushed about her life since becoming a mum while appearing on the cover of Parents magazine’s December issue.
“Not to sound corny, but all the clichés are true. Life is Technicolor now. It makes sense in a way it didn’t before,’ she exclaimed while holding her little guy up for the chic holiday blanket.
Moore explained, “I had no idea this degree of love existed in the world.”
Cute: The TV star also uploaded a cute video of her baby Gus, 11 months, and husband Taylor Goldsmith enjoying a guitar jamming session
He’s My Boy: Gus loved the guitar session with his dad
The Crush singer went on to explain that she knows motherhood “would change what I write about and, as an actress, what I can access.”
‘I have a new color to bring to the table that I didn’t have before. This is going to impact the choices I make when it comes to work. Everything is different now,” she explained.
The first-time mother went on to tell the parents, “I had no idea what was in store for me. I mean, there’s so much emphasis on pregnancy! Then the baby comes, and all of a sudden it’s all about the baby, and you just get it.
“Honestly, I felt a little forgotten and lost. I guess I expected the friendships to be maintained,” she continued.
“When you have a child, the world as you know it changes so profoundly, and for the most part, everyone was waiting when I came to get some fresh air. But I also discovered that some friendships have seasons. .
Pure love: ‘I had no idea this degree of love existed in the world,’ Mandy continued of her baby boy