Natalie Dormer had to shave the left side of her head for her role as Cressida  in the upcoming last two films of "The Hunger Games" franchise. But if you think that shaving her head was a one-time thing for the 32-year-old British actress, then you're wrong.

"They shaved my head every day, a clean shave," Dormer told E! News as she rubbed her head at the recent launch of Extremely Piaget and opening of top of the line jewelry house's Rodeo Drive flagship.

"It was cold," she said. "I don't know if you guys remember the winter, but it was cold! Those polar vortexes! I was wearing my beanie a lot."

Dormer, who plays Margaery Tyrell on "Game of Thrones," debuted her shaved look at the 2014 SAG Awards in January, and it is undoubtedly one of the most shocking hair transformations of the year.

"A lot of my friends ask to touch my head. I just stand there and get stroked for five minutes. It's a free massage," she told Glamour in May.

Dormer, who also appeared as Irene Adler/Jamie Moriarty in three episodes of the CBS crime drama "Elementary" admitted that the drastic haircut made her feel "peculiar at first." "But you take a deep breath and keep everything in perspective. It just takes time getting used to," she said.

"Cutting one side of your head for a few months is not a big deal compared with what other people have to deal with in the world," she added. "Plus, hair grows back."

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, she said that shaving half of her head is "a small price to pay": "To join 'The Hunger Games' family was about the biggest jackpot in the last couple of years you could hope to win."

In the book trilogy written by Suzanne Collins, Cressida's head is also tattooed with vivid green vines, so getting an ink was also part of her daily "Mockingjay" ritual. Makeup artist Ve Neill was the one who was  applying a temporary tattoo to her clean shaven head and neck during the entire "Mockingjay" filming, E! News reported.

"[It's] not always what you want to happen to you at 5 a.m., but it looked super cool," Dormer said.

"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" will hit the theaters  on Nov. 21.