‘Pretty Little Liars’ Star Lucy Hale Shares Biggest Style Regret
Lucy Hale recently cut her formerly long locks short, and the Pretty Little Liars star isn't looking back — but that doesn't mean this stylish star has no regrets when it comes to beauty.
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The girl who brings Aria Montgomery to life recently chatted with Cosmopolitan about her beauty choices over the years, and admitted she has one big regret from days gone by: "over-plucking my brows."
Yep, back in the day this gal used to go to town on her eyebrows. Fortunately she got wise and has been rocking the super in-style thick brows for awhile now. Lucy even joked model-turned-actress Cara Delevingne, who is known for her dramatic eyebrows, "is taking my spotlight from me."
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Don't worry, there's no actual beef here! Lucy knows there's more than enough awesome to go around, noting Cara and Lily Collins both have "great brows." These fashionable starlets have to stick together.
While the 26-year-old regrets her former eyebrow-plucking ways, one thing she is not shedding a tear over is the choice to cut her hair. In fact, she says she "can't even remember having long hair now" and adds the new style makes her feel sexier.
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"I feel edgier. I feel more grown-up with it," she said. Which is perfect timing, since she's also playing a more grownup version of her character now that PLL is jumping five years into the Liars' future!
We think Lucy looks great no matter what, but we have to agree: this short hair totally suits her!
Catch the new Pretty Little Liars Five Years Later special on Tuesday, November 24 on ABC Family.
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