When the U.K.’s Company magazine asked what’s next for her, hairwise, Stone said, “I’ve never cut my hair short as an adult. … And I’ve never dyed it any unnatural color, so that would be fun.”
But don’t expect to see any sudden changes as long as she’s filming the Spider-Man sequel, which has her in layered blonde locks — and has her indecisive about the shade again. “When it’s blonde, I wish it was red. And when it’s red, I wish it was blonde,” she told Company.
Though she’s ready to take a chance on her hair, there are certain beauty routines she’s not going to try again, namely tanning — spray or otherwise.
“I wanted to be part of the cool group, but I learned pretty early on that all I do is burn,” she said of growing up among her tan peers in Arizona. “So then I did spray tans, which unfortunately made me look like I had leprosy or I had just dug through mud.”
We happen to like that she’s a great representative for pale girls everywhere — and we’re crossing our fingers that we’ll see her in a hot-pink pixie cut very soon. For more from her Company interview (including behind-the-scenes shots from her Revlon shoot), visit Company.uk.
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