Ashley Tisdale Talks 'Young & Hungry', Hair Color & More with Bello Mag - See Her Gorgeous Pics Here!

Ashley Tisdale Talks 'Young & Hungry', Hair Color & More with Bello Mag - See Her Gorgeous Pics Here!

Like we needed any more insanely gorgeous Ashley Tisdale pics in our lives…ok, we did.

The 29-year-old actress covers the August 2014 issue of Bello mag and chatted up the power of producing, hair color and fashion. Check it:

On Young & Hungry: “I’m completely involved behind the scenes. In fact I just walked off set. I’m there every table read, and I’m there every Friday night for their show night. It’s great to get to a place where I now have the confidence in myself as a producer, especially with this project. At first they wanted me for the lead character. Obviously I love ABC Family and I love the company, but I just kind of really wanted to view myself as a producer for this one, and not be the driving force behind it. When they picked up the pilot, it was then that I knew that it wasn’t about me being in it, and they believed in it as much as I did. I was like, ‘Ugh, oh my God, yes!’”

On fashion: “I feel like a good distressed jean is something that’s essential. I have this pair from Bebe, and they’re actually my favorite right now. You can dress them up, and you can dress them with flats. I’m into so much, and so many things fashion wise. I love Valentino to more inexpensive things. I can just also find a vintage place, and find a really cool t-shirt and you know, dress that up with something. I think it’s about how you pair different clothes together.”

On being brunette versus blonde: “I feel great in any color that I am. But there is something about brunette hair that does make my personality feel a little bit darker? [Laughs]. I’ll be brunette for a while, and I’ll be in this kind of dark period and I’ll be like, what is going on! I’m so serious! Naturally I have so much energy and I’m really bubbly as a person, that when I’m brunette, I’m like, what’s wrong with me! And then when I’m blonde, I’m like ugh, I feel myself again [Laughs]. I feel like the blonde is definitely more fun. When you’re a brunette people look at you a little bit differently. I feel like as a brunette they kind of take me more seriously, and so you put on this vibe that’s much more serious than before.”

Psst, there’s a new Young & Hungry tomorrow night and Bello mag is out now!

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Photos: Aleksander Tomovic for Bello
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  • someone

    GORGEOUS! Wow!

  • Cara

    She

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  • Cara

    Omg third time lucky??!! *she slays so hard ahah

  • Nate

    OMG SHE LOOKS FLAWLESS!!!

  • Krissy

    I don’t get it.. isn’t she naturally a brunette? So how can her natural hair colour make her feel less than who she is :/

    I’m sorry but being brunette doesn’t make you depressed. It’s obvious she’s evolved as a person and feels more comfortable being blonde.

    Anywho the pictures look amazing. Best photo shoot she’s done for awhile(:

  • xx

    @Krissy: its like shes adopted the meaning “blondes have the most fun”. she looks better brunette but natural colors arent always flattering. emma stone is naturally blonde but it makes her look washed out in comparison to the red. ive never found ashley attractive but brunette her was better

  • Krissy

    @xx:

    I understand what you are saying but it still doesn’t give her the excuse to say being brunette is depressing. It’s kind of insulting to anyone else who is brunette.

  • xx

    @Krissy: thats true. its like she associates dark hair with darkness and bad stuff which is actually pretty offencing. and it may sound like a reach but if she sees “dark hair” as a reference to bad stuff how much more does she think that about darker skin? its weird that she hates a hair color she was born with. maybe shes not comfy in her skin

  • Krissy

    @xx:

    Maybe. Which is why I said earlier on that she may be evolved as a person and doesn’t see herself as a brunette anymore but as a blonde. I mean she’s dyed her hair so many times for different roles that i think blonde sticks out for her. Hopefully one day she’ll realize that you don’t have to change yourself so many times to find who you really are. If she wanted she could have gotten blonde highlights /blonde streaks on top of her dark hair. It’s sad that people think “hair colour” is associated with personality and fashion.

  • maddie

    From what I can remember, Ashley normally dyed her hair when she ended a relationship so she probably associates that hair color with her being in a bad place with her romantic life. Thus, making it depressing for her. I love her as a brunette and she’ right, she does look more her age and looks more professional in my opinion but I love her blonde hair too, and it’s how she got her fame so she is probably much more comfortable with it and feels more like herself. Not liking a specific hair color on yourself has NOTHING to do with race so please don’t make it about that.

  • xx

    @Krissy: thats so true it really is sad that hair color triggers personality disorders like depression and stuff. like black hair is usually a color choice for emos because thats dark and off-putting to society. tbh this in a way confirms that shes pretty 2dimensional (like a lot of hollywood). when u associate the outside with the inside there is a problem. how does ur hair color cause u to feel more down? it shouldnt.

  • Krissy

    @xx:

    Totally agree with you.

  • Krissy

    @maddie:

    I’m sorry but that’s the most ridiculous thing i have ever heard. Associating a hair colour with your personal life is just absurd.
    Just as xx and I were saying, hair colour doesn’t define and shouldn’t define who you are as a person and the type of relationships you had in the past. What matters is who you are as a person not the colour of your hair. Besides, if Ashley is associating her personal feelings with her hair colour then she is clearly mistaken and hate to say it but two dimensional as xx pointed out. Doesn’t any one realize hair colour doesn’t change your personality? It’s not like the dye went from your scalp to inside your head to make you feel that way. No.

    And yes i do agree she does look better as a blonde. She does look more professional and age appropriate. But saying her natural hair colour puts her in a bad mood well that’s just wrong. The way she phrased it makes it seem she has a problem with “colour” – and that can be reflected towards anything and anyone. She assumes dark means depressing and light means fun and exciting. Now looking at today’s generation a lot of people can be stereotypical and racial to assume dark is bad and light is good.Anyone can easily mistake that, wouldn’t you agree?

    Btw, Ashley had guy problems before she dyed her hair so in a way your theory does not make sense.

  • maddie

    what’s absurd is that you think because she doesn’t like having brunette hair is that she’s racist.

  • Krissy

    @maddie:

    I never have said that she was racist. Although if she keeps saying things like that if can be misinterpreted that she is. All i said was her words make her seem that dark = bad and light is good. Never did she say she was racist but i do admit she is being stereotypical when it comes to hair colour.

  • luis

    She looks amazing!