Lindsay Lohan Breaks Down Her Iconic Looks From Mean Girls, Freaky Friday & More | AllureJul 18, 2023
I don't think I've ever given anyone the opportunity to have an opinion and when I change my hair color it's my head and it's my hair. Hi Allure, I'm Lindsay Lohan and today I'll be breaking down some of my most
looks. Freaky Friday 2003. Wow, that reminded me of MTV's diary, oh my god, it felt like Deja Vu. Freaky Friday was different and I remember this was the phase I was going through, like Avril Lavigne was like everything and I went to My Stylist Tracy Cunningham. I thought I really wanted the white streaks in my hair, but I think it was probably traumatizing for Tracy Cunningham to have to remove this natural red hair to turn it into white bleach blonde.
I think I'd like to remember how to get it back. getting back to normal was quite difficult, I just didn't feel the same immediately after and now I look back on it and think what I was doing to my hair in the first place and why, but I pointed it out in such a way that it was great. She looked great for the character because she wanted her
morePunk, but now that I look back on it, I think I should guess that the makeup was really important because Anna wanted to go against her mother's wishes at any time. that she could.
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I actually wanted her eye makeup to be heavier, but she didn't look good on camera, we needed to tone it down for Disney, so we made it a little lighter. Be quiet. I remember at the time of Freaky Friday with my wardrobe I was very self-conscious. I kind of wanted to wear low-waisted pants because I wanted to be cool at that age, you still want to play someone who's kind of sexy, but I was always nervous about what my stomach would look like if it was flat enough, so that was my big thing. the set and I looked back and wondered why I was so hard on myself, like okay,
Playing Katie for me, girl, Katie, was really interesting because I loved not having to go through a process makeup and long hair. set because I was the youngest when we were filming so I always had to go to school and everyone else was hanging out so spending less time doing hair and makeup was great so playing quiet Katie was really nice for me and then of course, being with the
girlsI thought: oh, I want to dress like that too. I want her to be like the bad girl, Katie. Now I love how you transition between your hair or makeup and I did too during Katie's transition process.
It was mostly heels and short skirts and curls, so we tried to keep Katie basic with her hair always straight or up. We just wanted to show a completely different version. It's very important because it shows that she has changed as a person immediately without even having to say anything so I actually got the best of both worlds which was a lot of fun and Mark Waters was a fantastic director and it was great to work with and it was like the Juicy Couture era, I
mean, it was just pink and fun and Cardigans and Splendid. little thermal t-shirts that we wanted to do further down and it was like the pastels were better, so I had a lot of fun making Mean Girls, especially with the costumes.
I had a lot to say and I had a great team around me, you always get a lot. For example, it's an actor, especially when you want to go really deep into it and you know better who you're going to bring that person, who you're going to bring to life. Fortunately, I have a good amount of voice, come on. you get that picture of Mr. Walker, he won't even let his picture appear in the yearbook, you know what they say, a good reporter is always at work, get a clue, 2002. For this I wanted to spend a lot of time doing my hair and makeup because I It kept me out of school and it was
morefun to be there.
We had time to focus on what the hair and makeup would look like with the wardrobes and it was a big part of the character because he was a very expressive character. that was important, so we had a lot of time to focus on that, which is great. I remember Juliana, she was really cool because at that age she pulled like a little dog to me, at that age she pulled like vintage Yves Saint Laurent for the Pygmalion look. I mean, we got some really good costumes and then the hair that we did there were throwbacks and references that we did to old Hollywood in some of the hairstyles and it was a lot of fun to do, and even the little clips that we did there. in the early 2000s in this particular scene.
lookslike my hair fell out because I don't think it was supposed to be like that. We're excited about the costumes, we're excited about the hair and the makeup, and in this movie I remember it was one of the first times on screen I learned how to wear a corset and how to lace it and it was a lot of fun, so it was great to play the blonde Lindsay. I remember, so for the 2003 VMAs I think I had just finished making Confessions. of a teenage drama queen, it was right in between filming Mean Girls and I had secretly bleached my hair myself in Toronto, in my hotel room, because I really wanted to be blonde, and I was, and no one was. would do.
Leave me, I think I was just trying to get the blonde going and I didn't finish it. Somehow, that image still exists. I remember I actually had long hair at Dior 2005 at the film society and I tied my hair up in a bun and we just cut the hair short and made the bangs so it wasn't, it wasn't even real, which was the first time I did something like that and it was a lot of fun and I loved it. I think my mom had seen me like the next day or something like that she said: did you cut your hair?
I said no, I don't know if she would do that again. I don't know how my bangs look. I have a nice one. round face and I don't know if it does me justice. I'm the type of person who, especially when I was playing different roles, I didn't want to have the same hair in every roll because then I felt like people just kept seeing me as the same character, so I felt like I needed a visual change and that helped me make a difference in the characters I was playing hostage at the 2006 New York premiere.
I remember loving the contour and I still do and I'm not ashamed of a Contour from the 80s and it started there when I was younger and when I was in school people made fun of my freckles so I always wanted to know how I could use foundation and how I could cover them and what makeup was good for that and my mom and my family always said your freckles are beautiful, they're kisses of an angel, but don't you think that when you're a child you're like no and then, over time, you learn to love them and hug them and yes, it's just a process of life, it's just growth um and like at this time I thought they weren't going going nowhere, so it's just learning.
Loving them definitely the hardest color was when I went really dark. I think it was because I was transitioning from being darker and I was trying to go back to my natural lighter red, so this was like the transition, but I liked this color. I get from everyone I worked with something like, oh, I'm so glad you're back to red, I'm so glad you're finally red again. I feel like it takes you to teach yourself to know what suits you best and over time after playing with my hair and trying different things and ended up realizing that I loved my red hair the most, um that's why I'm red falling for the Christmas movie premiere 2022, having the ponytail falling for Christmas was like an afterthought.
It was Daniel Priano who I work with and Christopher Buckle did the makeup and I feel like we just wanted to do it. We thought let's do something different that I've never done on a rug before. It's new. It's refreshing. I have not done it. I've been on a red carpet for so long, um, so we got it back and I'll tell you something I videoed me taking my hair off after that, my mom was helping me and I was pretty hysterical, a lot of hairpins that I didn't even notice. of the number of clips I had to adjust so much.
I didn't know I had forgotten what it was like, but it was worth it. I've always loved the color pink, it's always been a big part of it. I have always loved pale pinks in my life and yes, I love natural rosy cheeks and natural rosy lips. I think it's pretty and effortless and keeps it elegant and simple, and I love that. I mean, I'm really blessed. because I've known Christopher for 20 years since I've been around girls um I think he has such a beautiful hand he's such a beautiful artist that once you have someone that you feel comfortable and safe with and you put your face in their hands you never They release them and I really trust Christopher.
I don't even try to wear makeup anymore, it just doesn't look the same, even my husband's, your eyebrows don't look like Christopher does, thanks for reminding me. I now feel like I think we're all
iconicin our own way, we just have to give ourselves the space to get there and I think we all have something that you know genuinely iconic in all of us. I think we all have. something beautiful to share with each other and some of us don't take the time to give ourselves credit for it. To me, something so iconic is simply appreciating who you are and not being afraid to share it with others.
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