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Brittany Snow: I don’t get trends

Published 12/05/2015

Brittany Snow
Brittany Snow

Brittany Snow admits she wasn’t fond of the hair colour she sported while filming Pitch Perfect 2.

The 29-year-old Would You Rather actress is a fan of fashion, but trendiness eludes her.

Brittany simply can’t grasp the concept of style crazes.

“It was never an interest to me because I never really got it,” she shared in an interview with Yahoo! Style. “I live by the beach and I feel like my style reflects that. I’m very lazy; if it takes me longer than 15 or 20 minutes to get ready, then I don’t want to do it. So I wear a lot of jeans and T-shirts and very normal kind of tomboyish sort of things. I feel that whole vibe of that tomboy chic thing that’s been introduced years ago by Alexa Chung and things in that sort of evolution is what I like to wear. I just like to look effortless because I don’t want to put too much effort into it.”

Brittany often changes her hairstyle depending on whatever project she’s working on.

But the star confesses she isn’t always a fan of her current dye job.

“I have had every hair colour,” Brittany said. “I joke with my hair colourist. She keeps sheets of paper on every hair colour that I’ve had so she has records of it all. She’s done my hair since I was 15 and I guess I have a thick folder going because I’ve had so many different hair colours.

“I think my least favourite hair colour was the hair colour that I had in Pitch Perfect 2. They really wanted me to be dark red and I wanted to be lighter like I was in the first movie, but they didn’t want that. But I rocked some light red for a year, after it faded.”

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