Lucy Hale doesn’t care what guys take into consideration how she appears.
In her March 2020 cowl story for Cosmopolitan, the previous “Fairly Little Liars” actress, 30, known as chopping about eight inches off of her brown hair “essentially the most liberating factor” she’s ever finished, added that she’s stunned by the opinions males appear to have relating to her magnificence look.
“I couldn’t let you know the quantity of occasions when guys have been like, ‘You need to develop your hair out once more. I like lengthy hair,’” she mentioned. “I’m like, ‘I’m not chopping my f—king hair for you.’ I lower my hair for me. And I really feel nice with it this fashion.”
Continued Hale, “Or a lot of fellows don’t like a daring lip colour. I really like a daring lip colour. I don’t care. I don’t care! I actually don’t gown for males in any respect. I gown for me and what I feel is cool.”
The actress declared that she’s proudly single — although she did swipe proper on John Mayer on a secretive movie star courting app — and is concentrated on doing and shopping for issues for herself that make her really feel good.
“I look again and I consider all of the minutes and hours I’ve wasted upset over how I appeared or one thing that was out of my management,” she mentioned. “I want I might get that point again, though it has led me to the place I’m at now.
In total, Lucy has got thirteen tattoos so far, each carrying a different story or meaning. She has “I love you” written in her grandmother’s handwriting on her forearm, a vintage lightbulb on the back of her left arm by famed artist Doctor Woo, and an adorable little elephant tattoo on the inside of her elbow that she picked up during a trip to Cambodia. But of all her ink, there’s a clear standout when it comes to pain: the lowercase “a” on her left index finger.
In a new video interview with Wired, Lucy opened up about her tattoos and she took the chance to spill some deets about her pain tolerance, admitting her little “a” is the most painful tattoo she’s ever gotten. “It’s one of my favorite ones but it actually hurt the most!” Lucy exclaims in the video.
While the tattoo is undoubtedly super cool, it’s understandable why it was so painful. As Lucy tells it, getting the tattoo “hurt the most because it’s right on the bone.”
People who have been following Lucy (or are fans of Pretty Little Liars) probably don’t need the explanation behind this tattoo in particular. But just in case you need to jog your memory, Lucy played a character named Aria Montgomery on PLL. Fans of the show know there’s a whole lot more to explain here, but for now, just know that the cute little “a” on Lucy’s pointer finger is PLL-inspired to the core.
In fact, Lucy actually picked up the tattoo with the rest of the cast back in 2016 after it was announced that the show would be leaving the air. She shared their matching tats on Instagram, writing: “This happened,” adding “We couldn’t not get tattoos to commemorate the show! And obviously on our ‘shh’ finger.”
And all this has us thinking, does that mean we can expect a Katy Keene-themed tattoo at some point? Only time will tell!
The actress is the cover star of Cosmopolitan‘s March 2020 issue, and in her interview, she defied the public perception that she’s the stereotypical girl-next-door type, even if those are the characters she plays.
The 30-year-old star played high schooler Aria Montgomery in Freeform’s PLL and will be playing an optimistic, happy-go-lucky 20-something in the upcoming Riverdale spin-off Katy Keene. But the Hale we see on screen is far from Hale IRL.
Now that her 20s are officially behind her, the star shared with the outlet the things she’s happy to have evolved out of (for example, some of her tattoos, which she’s in the process of removing).
As she explained, “When I was younger, I was constantly wanting to be with or date someone because I was so deathly afraid of being single or by myself.”
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When it comes to dating,knows exactly what she wants. The 30-year-old revealed what must-have qualities her future man should possess, and they’re relatable AF.
“You know what, dating is so hard,” she told Life & Style and other reporters at thepresented by FIJI water on Sunday, January 12. “I think just like what I’m looking for in life now is just simple. Be a good person. Love what you do. Be a gentleman. Don’t be a d–k. And be funny.” Not bad at all!
Just because Lucy isthough, doesn’t mean she isn’t embracing it. In February 2019, the brunette beauty shared a photo of a meaningful tattoo on her arm, which gave a glimpse of her current outlook on love. “I got this tattoo recently as a symbol of self-love,” she wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post on Valentine’s Day. “And that’s what this last year has been about … being alone (but not lonely), not settling, truly finding my inner light and loving who I am.”
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Lucy Hale Gets ‘festive Af’ With Christmas Tree After Being Unveiled As Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest Co-hostess
Lucy is stepping into a gig that was previously occupied by Jenny McCarthy since 2010, and she will have some esteemed company.
Ryan and Lucy will be joined by Pose star Billy Porter and singer Ciara, the broadcast’s home network ABC announced.
Ciara has just hostessed the American Music Awards, which are also a collaboration between ABC and Dick Clark Productions.
Although Dick Clark was always the man behind the special, the first two years were hosted by the rock band Three Dog Night and comedian George Carlin.
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