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Lucy Hale looked as pretty as a picture at the launch of Mark.'s Spring Beauty Collection. The star was spotted in a sheer, white Self-Portrait dress, which she finished off with a fun clear-and-black heel.

Lucy Hale went bowling with friends.
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Lucy Hale went bowling with friends.

Lucy Hale showed off her painting.
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Lucy Hale showed off her painting.

Lucy Hale hung out with her girlfriends on New Year's Eve.
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Lucy Hale hung out with her girlfriends on New Year's Eve.

Lucy Hale shared her spectacular choice of Christmas Eve pajamas.
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Lucy Hale shared her spectacular choice of Christmas Eve pajamas.

Lucy Hale wore a charity shirt with her Pretty Little Liars costar Ian Harding's face on it.
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Lucy Hale wore a charity shirt with her Pretty Little Liars costar Ian Harding's face on it.

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Lucy Hale wore a Santa hat with her Pretty Little Liars costar. 
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Lucy Hale wore a Santa hat with her Pretty Little Liars costar.

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Lucy Hale spent quality time with her cute pooch.
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Lucy Hale spent quality time with her cute pooch.

Lucy Hale was covered up for her appearance.
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Lucy Hale was covered up for her appearance.

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With her jet-black Vera Wang gown, Lucy was embracing her goth goddess side. Makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan layered Mark Lipclick Full Color Lipstick ($11) in Whiney and Hot & Spicy over Chanel lip liner ($29) in Rouge Noir to achieve this custom, vampy lip hue.

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Lucy didn't opt for a slit, but she did bare her stems in a black minidress.

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At Family Day LA, Lucy's sombré locks and light mauve lip were both casual and classy.

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Lucy went for a modern take on classic beauty for the CMAs with shiny sombré strands and a glossy red lip using Mark Hook Up Lip Gloss in Blow Kisses ($10).

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Stylist Scotty Cunha shared this collage of Lucy's new cut, captioning it with "CHOP!"

PS: Everyone on PLL has the best waves. How do you get your hair styled for the show?
LH: Really, we just have great hair people. My trick is that I wrap [the hair] around the curling iron. I never use the clamp and that gives it the natural, beachy wave. One of my hairdressers uses a straightener to curl my hair. [The result] looks like it's your natural texture. He uses a Chi flat iron for my hair. I also live by dry shampoo, because I hate washing my hair. I'll wash it like twice a week. Oscar Blandi, Serge Normant, Suave, and Dove make really good dry shampoos.
PS: For those of us who are hopelessly addicted to PLL, should we be wearing waterproof mascara for the Christmas special?
LH: It is an intense episode. It's also a really beautiful episode; visually the costumes are great. There's lots of fake snow everywhere, and it takes place at the Ice Ball. It's really dramatic as well — I think you should always have tissues when you're watching the show. There are a few things that go down that will tie a few stories together. The girls are also still dealing with the death of Mona. That came as a huge shock to everyone, so they're facing the repercussions of that. 
PS: We remember when you made your debut on American Juniors. How has your beauty look evolved over the years?
LH: Well, hopefully my fashion choices have gotten better. I got my braces off, my brows are better than they were then . . . I started working consistently since then. I maintained my love of music, and I found my love of acting along the way. I have artistically grown, and I have also just grown up. That was 11 years ago. What is so cool is that I still love it just as much as I loved it then.
PS: What is the best beauty advice you have ever been given?
LH: It's kind of cliché, and you've heard it before, but accept your flaws and support the things that make you different. Some of the most beautiful girls to me have something that's a little bit unique. So I think just own it, embrace those things. If you have big eyebrows, flaunt them. If you have a gap in your teeth, own it.
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PS: Everyone on PLL has the best waves. How do you get your hair styled for the show?

LH: Really, we just have great hair people. My trick is that I wrap [the hair] around the curling iron. I never use the clamp and that gives it the natural, beachy wave. One of my hairdressers uses a straightener to curl my hair. [The result] looks like it's your natural texture. He uses a Chi flat iron for my hair. I also live by dry shampoo, because I hate washing my hair. I'll wash it like twice a week. Oscar Blandi, Serge Normant, Suave, and Dove make really good dry shampoos.

PS: For those of us who are hopelessly addicted to PLL, should we be wearing waterproof mascara for the Christmas special?

LH: It is an intense episode. It's also a really beautiful episode; visually the costumes are great. There's lots of fake snow everywhere, and it takes place at the Ice Ball. It's really dramatic as well — I think you should always have tissues when you're watching the show. There are a few things that go down that will tie a few stories together. The girls are also still dealing with the death of Mona. That came as a huge shock to everyone, so they're facing the repercussions of that.

PS: We remember when you made your debut on American Juniors. How has your beauty look evolved over the years?

LH: Well, hopefully my fashion choices have gotten better. I got my braces off, my brows are better than they were then . . . I started working consistently since then. I maintained my love of music, and I found my love of acting along the way. I have artistically grown, and I have also just grown up. That was 11 years ago. What is so cool is that I still love it just as much as I loved it then.

PS: What is the best beauty advice you have ever been given?

LH: It's kind of cliché, and you've heard it before, but accept your flaws and support the things that make you different. Some of the most beautiful girls to me have something that's a little bit unique. So I think just own it, embrace those things. If you have big eyebrows, flaunt them. If you have a gap in your teeth, own it.

POPSUGAR: You travel a lot between performances and filming PLL, what products do you always bring on the road?
Lucy Hale: My everyday makeup look is much different from big events like the CMAs or even PLL. My everyday look is very basic. I use concealer where I need to, a little bit of bronzer, mascara, lip balm, and call it a day. I obviously love mark. makeup. They have really good lip crayons, great mascaras, and I love their makeup wipes. My favorite lip balm that I use every day is Aquaphor. You can get it at Rite Aid or Walgreens. I love going to Walgreens and getting cheaper makeup, but I also love to splurge on really good foundation by YSL and Giorgio Armani.
PS: How does your beauty look change when going from the street to the stage?
LH: We always try to do something different — a new lip color, a new eye shadow. I like to pump things up a bit. I love a good lash and a red lip. Mark. had a red lip crayon called Red Hot that I really love. Chanel's classic red is really beautiful, too.
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POPSUGAR: You travel a lot between performances and filming PLL, what products do you always bring on the road?

Lucy Hale: My everyday makeup look is much different from big events like the CMAs or even PLL. My everyday look is very basic. I use concealer where I need to, a little bit of bronzer, mascara, lip balm, and call it a day. I obviously love mark. makeup. They have really good lip crayons, great mascaras, and I love their makeup wipes. My favorite lip balm that I use every day is Aquaphor. You can get it at Rite Aid or Walgreens. I love going to Walgreens and getting cheaper makeup, but I also love to splurge on really good foundation by YSL and Giorgio Armani.

PS: How does your beauty look change when going from the street to the stage?

LH: We always try to do something different — a new lip color, a new eye shadow. I like to pump things up a bit. I love a good lash and a red lip. Mark. had a red lip crayon called Red Hot that I really love. Chanel's classic red is really beautiful, too.

PS: One of your signature features is your brows. Tell us your grooming routine and what products you use yourself.
LH: I've actually never had anyone touch my eyebrows; I have always done them myself. I don't really trust anyone, so I just tweeze myself. It's really trial and error. We all go through that phase when we overpluck them or don't pluck them enough. I finally found a shape that works for my face. I have bolder brows, and when I was younger I hated them. I hated that they made me a little different. But that's the exact reason why I love them now that I'm older. 
Pretty much the only thing I use on my brows is a brown brow pencil. My favorite is Dior's brow pencil in Universal. It's amazing — you can fill in where you need to. Other than that, it's just tweezers and a steady hand. 
PS: Your eyes always pop on the red carpet — what's your favorite beauty trick to make them stand out?
LH: I always rim the inner part of my eyes with black liner. I have really large eyes, and I feel like that makes them pop even more. I have hazel eyes, so anything with purple undertones really makes my eyes look more green. 
PS: Do you ever draw beauty inspiration from your PLL character Aria?
LH: Aria is very willing to push the envelope and be daring. I have had to be her pretty much every day for five years, so I think that reflects in my everyday life as well. She makes very strong choices, and I respect that. So I would say she inspires me a little bit.
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PS: One of your signature features is your brows. Tell us your grooming routine and what products you use yourself.

LH: I've actually never had anyone touch my eyebrows; I have always done them myself. I don't really trust anyone, so I just tweeze myself. It's really trial and error. We all go through that phase when we overpluck them or don't pluck them enough. I finally found a shape that works for my face. I have bolder brows, and when I was younger I hated them. I hated that they made me a little different. But that's the exact reason why I love them now that I'm older.

Pretty much the only thing I use on my brows is a brown brow pencil. My favorite is Dior's brow pencil in Universal. It's amazing — you can fill in where you need to. Other than that, it's just tweezers and a steady hand.

PS: Your eyes always pop on the red carpet — what's your favorite beauty trick to make them stand out?

LH: I always rim the inner part of my eyes with black liner. I have really large eyes, and I feel like that makes them pop even more. I have hazel eyes, so anything with purple undertones really makes my eyes look more green.

PS: Do you ever draw beauty inspiration from your PLL character Aria?

LH: Aria is very willing to push the envelope and be daring. I have had to be her pretty much every day for five years, so I think that reflects in my everyday life as well. She makes very strong choices, and I respect that. So I would say she inspires me a little bit.

Lucy Hale attempted a new yoga position. 
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Lucy Hale attempted a new yoga position.

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Lucy Hale as the Twitter Bird
Lucy Hale as the Twitter Bird
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What you'll need: A blue top, a blue skirt, and a blue wig. Don't forget the wings and a bunch of @ symbols to tape all over your outfit. #done

Lucy Hale shared a collage of fun moments taken at Matthew Morrison's star-studded Halloween party.
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Lucy Hale shared a collage of fun moments taken at Matthew Morrison's star-studded Halloween party.

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Lucy Hale took a picture with her pal Skyler Shaye, who dressed as  Natalie Portman's character in Closer.
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Lucy Hale took a picture with her pal Skyler Shaye, who dressed as Natalie Portman's character in Closer.

Colton Haynes nailed Princess Fiona from Shrek with his costume. "The most beautiful man in the world ...was the most unfortunate looking woman last night," Lucy joked in the caption of this Instagram picture.
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Colton Haynes nailed Princess Fiona from Shrek with his costume. "The most beautiful man in the world ...was the most unfortunate looking woman last night," Lucy joked in the caption of this Instagram picture.

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