Brittany Snow

I think most teen comedies are probably played in a way that aren’t geared towards people that are wanting to be entertained but also [see] something that has a lot of heart to it. The things we do in the movie – it has a lot of heart, and also it’s really smart. The people and the characters that we are, we’re really intelligent people that are using our tactics to get back at a guy. The moral of being who you are, and trusting yourself, finding your inner strength – I think that’s something that most teen movies don’t really dial into.

I do a combo situation of lotion and body makeup and put it on with my moisturizer in the morning. That seems to work best for me because self-tanning lotion always streaks and looks kind of crazy. So I put on some body makeup and wash it off at night. I have to do it every day, but that’s just a part of my life now.

My mom did a really good job teaching me about sunscreen. She’s savvy when it comes to all things moisturizing and wrinkle-preventing. Even early on as a kid, I thought to myself, Why do I need to do this? I don’t have wrinkles. I’m a child. But my mom was in the preventative mind-set and that helped me.

I went through a period when I was about 19 where I’d go tanning with my boyfriend in tanning beds. Yes, this was actually a thing we used to do together. They were not my friend. I had no idea what I was doing. We all went in the early 2000s. Needless to say, I don’t go anymore. If I need a quick fix, I get a spray tan – though it’s never a good idea for me with my fair skin.

I think that people want to go to the movies and watch shows on TV or in theaters that make them feel good and music really does that. Not only can you watch something and connect to dialogue, but when you listen to a song, it gives a whole other element of connection and you get that feeling like you want to stand up and dance and sing.