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  • I don't think I ever gave anyone a chance to have any say.

    - 我想我從未給過任何人機會

  • And when I change my hair color, it's my head and it's my hair.

    對我何時改變髮色有任何發言權。

  • Hi, Laura, I'm Lindsay Lohan.

    這是我的頭,這是我的頭髮。

  • And today I'll be breaking down some of my most iconic looks.

    [林賽笑]

  • Freaky Friday 2003.

    [歡快的音樂]

  • Wow, that just reminded me of like MTV Diary.

    嗨,《Allure》,我是林賽-羅韓,今天、

  • Oh my God.

    我將介紹一些我最經典的造型。

  • It's got like deja vu Freaky Friday was different and I, I remember this was the phase that I was going through with like Avril Levine was like everything and I went to my hair stylist, Tracy Cunningham.

    是啊

  • I was like, I really want the white stripes in my hair, but I think it was probably traumatizing for Tracy Cunningham to have to do stripping out this natural red hair to white bleach blonde.

    是啊

  • I think I like, remember getting it back to normal was pretty tough.

    "怪誕星期五",2003 年。

  • It just didn't feel the same right after and now I look back on it and I think like, what was I doing to my hair first of all?

    哇,這讓我想起了 MTV《日記》。

  • And why?

    [林賽笑]

  • But I made it such a point that it was great.

    天哪,我剛剛似曾相識。

  • It looks great for the character because if I wanted her more punk, but now that I look back on it, I'm like, should I second guess that the makeup was really important because Anna wanted to go against her mom's wishes at any, any point she could, I actually wanted the eye makeup to be heavier, but it didn't read well on camera.

    "怪誕星期五 "則不同、

  • We needed to tone it down for Disney.

    我記得這是我正在經歷的階段

  • So we went a little lighter.

    那時艾薇兒-拉維尼(Avril Lavigne)就是一切。

  • Shut up.

    我去找的髮型師是特蕾西-坎寧安(Tracey Cunningham)。

  • I remember at the time of Freaky Friday with my wardrobe, I was so self conscious.

    我當時想,我真的很想要頭髮上的白色條紋。

  • Like I wanted to wear low rise pants because I wanted to be cool at that age.

    但我認為這可能會造成心理創傷

  • You still want to play someone who's a little bit sexy.

    讓特蕾西-坎寧安去做、

  • But I was always nervous about what my stomach looked like if it was flat enough like that was my big thing on set and I look back and I'm like, why was I so hard on myself?

    把自然的紅髮剝離成漂白的金髮。

  • Like it's OK.

    我想我喜歡把它拿回來

  • Don't stop mean girls 2004 playing Katie to mean girl Katie was really interesting because I loved not having to go through a long hair and makeup process on set because I was the youngest one when we were filming.

    恢復正常的過程相當艱難。

  • So I always had to go into schooling and everybody else got to hang out.

    只是之後的感覺就不一樣了。

  • So the less time I could spend in hair and makeup was great.

    現在回想起來,我覺得

  • So playing Chill Katie was really nice for me.

    首先,我對自己的頭髮做了什麼,為什麼?

  • And then of course, being with the girls, I was like, oh, I want to dress like that too.

    但我強調

  • I want her to be like mean girl Katie.

    它很棒,看起來也很棒

  • Now, I love how to make a transition from your hair and make up.

    因為他們希望她更朋克一些。

  • So did I during the process of the transition for Katie was made mainly heels and short skirts and curls.

    但現在回想起來,我覺得

  • So we tried to keep basic Katie with always straight hair or tied back.

    我應該再猜測一下嗎?

  • We just wanted to show just a completely different version of it.

    [林賽笑]

  • It's so important because it just shows that she's changed as a person immediately without even having to say anything.

    化妝真的很重要

  • So I actually got the best of both worlds, which was really fun.

    因為安娜想違背媽媽的意願

  • And Mark Waters was a fantastic director was great to work with and it was like the Juicy couture era.

    在任何時候,她都可以

  • I mean, it was just like pink and fun and cardigans and splendid little thermal tops that we wanted lower done.

    實際上,我希望眼妝更濃一些、

  • And then it was just like like pastels is better.

    但在鏡頭前讀起來並不順暢。

  • So I had a lot of fun doing m girls, especially with costuming.

    為了迪斯尼,我們需要淡化它。

  • I had a lot of say, and I had a great team around me.

    所以,我們就輕裝上陣了。

  • You always really get a lot of say as an actor, especially when you want to dive really deep into it and, and you know, better.

    閉嘴

  • Anyone who you're gonna bring that person is that you're gonna bring to life.

    我還記得 "怪誕星期五 "時我的衣櫥、

  • I luckily got to have a good amount of say.

    我很自責。

  • Come on.

    我想穿低腰褲

  • Did you get that shot of Mr Walker?

    因為我想變得很酷。

  • He won't even allow his picture in the yearbook.

    到了這個年紀,你還想扮演某個人

  • You know what they say.

    有點性感

  • A good reporter is always on the job.

    但我總是為自己的肚子感到緊張、

  • Get a clue.

    如果足夠平坦的話。

  • 2002 for this.

    這是我在片場的最大收穫。

  • I wanted to spend so much time in hair and makeup because it kept me out of school and it was more fun to be in there.

    回首往事,我想,我為什麼對自己如此苛刻?

  • We had time really to focus on what hair and makeup was gonna look like with the wardrobes and it was a big part of the character because she was a very expressive character.

    沒關係。

  • So that was important.

    [歡快的音樂]

  • So we had a lot of time to focus on that, which was great.

    [林賽喘氣]

  • I remember Joan Anna.

    [垃圾桶晃動]

  • She was really great because she was pulling like poochy for me at that age.

    "2004 年《賤女孩》。

  • She was pulling like vintage Yves, Saint Laurent at that age for the Pygmalion look.

    在刻薄女孩凱蒂面前扮演凱蒂真的很有趣

  • 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 and some of the hair and that was really fun to do and then even the little clips that we did in there.

    因為我喜歡不用通過

  • So early two thousands on this particular scene, it seems like my hair fell because I don't think it was supposed to be like that.

    漫長的髮型和化妝過程

  • We were excited for costumes, we were excited for hair and makeup.

    因為拍攝時我是最年輕的一個、

  • And in this movie, I remember like it was one of the first times on screen.

    所以我總是不得不去上學

  • I got to learn about how to wear a corset and how to tie it.

    和其他人一起玩。

  • And that was really fun.

    是以,我花在髮型和化妝上的時間越少越好。

  • So this was just a blast to do blonde Lindsay.

    所以,扮演冷酷的凱蒂對我來說真的很不錯。

  • I remember so for the 2003 V ma si think I was just finished doing confessions of a teenage drama queen.

    當然,和女孩們在一起的時候,我就會想:

  • It was around the time of right in between filming Mean Girls and I had secretly been bleaching my hair myself in Toronto in my hotel room because I really wanted to be blonde.

    哦,我也想這麼穿

  • Um And I was, and I didn't, no one would let me, I think I was just trying to get the blonde going and I, and I didn't finish it.

    我現在就想讓她變成刻薄的凱蒂。

  • Ok, somehow that picture still exists.

    - 我喜歡你的過渡方式

  • I remember I actually had long hair at the 2005 at the Cinema Society and I tied my hair in a bun and we just clipped short hair over it and we made the bang.

    通過你的髮型和化妝之旅。

  • So they weren't, it wasn't even real, which was the first time I'd ever really done anything that like that and it was really fun and I loved it.

    - 我也是。

  • And I think my mom had seen me like the next day or something.

    [都笑了]

  • She's like, did you cut your hair?

    在凱蒂的過渡過程中

  • I was like, no, I don't know if I do that again.

    主要是高跟鞋、短裙和捲髮。

  • I don't know how bangs look on me.

    是以,我們努力保持基本的凱蒂

  • I have a pretty round face and I, I don't know if it does me justice.

    頭髮總是直的,或者束在後面。

  • I'm the kind of person where, especially when I was playing different roles.

    我們只是想展示

  • Then I didn't want to have the same hair for every role because then I felt like people would just keep seeing me as the same character.

    只是一個完全不同的版本。

  • So I felt like I needed a visual change.

    這一點非常重要,因為它表明她已經變了

  • And it, and it helped me kind of make a, make a difference in the character that when I was playing Hostage Premiere NYC 2006, I do remember that I love contour and I still do and I'm not ashamed of an eighties contour and it, it started to begin there when I was younger and when I was in school, people would make fun of my freckles.

    甚至什麼都不用說,就能立即成為一個人。

  • So I always wanted to like find out how I could use foundation and how I could cover them up and what makeup was good for that.

    是以,我實際上是兩全其美、

  • And, and my mom and my family would always say like, like your freckles are beautiful, their angel kisses.

    這真的很有趣。

  • But you don't believe that when you're a kid you're like, no.

    馬克-沃特斯是一位出色的導演、

  • And then over time you learn to love and embrace them and, and, and yeah, it's just, it's just a process of life, it's just growth.

    與他合作非常愉快。

  • Um And like at around this time, I was like, just, they're not gonna go anywhere.

    那是多汁的 Couture 時代。

  • So I just learned to love them.

    我的意思是,那時候只有粉色、趣味和羊毛衫、

  • Definitely, the hardest color was when I went really dark.

    我們希望能把它做得更低一些。

  • I think it was because I was going from being darker, I think, and I was trying to get back to my natural lighter red.

    然後就覺得粉彩更好看。

  • So this was like the transition but I, I like this color I would get from everyone that I worked with like, oh, so glad you're going back to red.

    是以,我在拍攝《賤女孩》時非常開心、

  • So glad I'm like, finally you're red again.

    尤其是在服裝方面。

  • I feel like it takes you learning yourself to like know what suits you best and, and over time after messing with my hair and trying different things and I ended up realizing like I loved my hair red the most.

    我有很多發言權,我身邊有一個很棒的團隊。

  • Um So that's why I'm red falling for Christmas movie premiere 2022.

    作為演員,你總是有很多發言權、

  • Having the ponytail falling for Christmas was kind of, it was kind of a last minute thought it was with uh Daniel Priano who I work with and Christopher Buckle did the makeup and I feel like we just wanted to, we were like, let's just do something different that I've never really done before on a carpet.

    尤其是當你想深入研究時、

  • It's new.

    你比任何人都清楚你要帶誰來

  • It's refreshing.

    你要揭示的那個人是誰。

  • I haven't been on a red carpet in so long.

    幸運的是,我有足夠的發言權。

  • Um And so we, we snatched it back and I'll tell you something.

    - [記錄員]來吧,你得到 沃克先生的鏡頭。

  • I videoed taking my hair out after that and my mom was helping me and it was pretty hysterical.

    他甚至不允許自己的照片出現在年鑑上。

  • Lots of bobby pins ones that you don't even realize.

    - 你知道人們常說,一個好記者

  • Are there the amount of clippings?

    總是在工作。

  • I had to get that, that tight.

    "獲得線索",2002 年。

  • I didn't know I had forgotten what it was like, but it was worth it.

    為此,我花了很多時間

  • I've always loved the color pink.

    因為它讓我

  • It's always been a big part of my life.

    走出校門,在裡面更有樂趣。

  • I've always loved like pale pinks and, yeah, I just love a natural pink cheek and a natural pink lip.

    我們真的有時間關注頭髮

  • Um, I think it's pretty and effortless and, and it's keeping it classy and simple and I just love that.

    和妝容與衣櫃的搭配、

  • I mean, I'm really blessed because I've known Christopher for coming up on 20 years since right around me.

    這也是角色的重要組成部分

  • Girls.

    因為她是一個非常善於表達的角色。

  • I think he has such a beautiful hand.

    所以這很重要、

  • It's such a beautiful artist that once you have someone that you feel comfortable with and safe with and putting your face in their hands, never let them go.

    所以我們有很多時間專注於此,這很好。

  • And I really trust Christopher, I don't even attempt to do my makeup anymore.

    我記得朱莉安娜,她真的很棒、

  • It just doesn't look the same.

    因為在那個年紀,她是我的拉布拉多。

  • Even my husband's like your eyebrows do not look like the way Christopher does it like, thank you for reminding me now.

    她拉著古董伊夫-聖羅蘭

  • I feel like shit.

    在那個年紀,他的皮格馬利翁造型。

  • I think we're all iconic in our own ways.

    我的意思是,我們有一些非常好的服裝。

  • We just have to give ourselves, you know, the space to, to get there.

    還有我們做的髮型,有一些回放

  • And I think we all have something you know, genuinely iconic in all of us.

    以及我們對老好萊塢的引用

  • I think we all have something beautiful to share with each other and, and some people we don't take the time to give ourselves credit for it.

    一些髮型,做起來非常有趣。

  • So iconic to me is just appreciating who you are and not being afraid to share that with everyone else.

    甚至還有我們在裡面做的小片段、

I don't think I ever gave anyone a chance to have any say.

- 我想我從未給過任何人機會

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