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Posted on December 25, 2014 and filed under Interviews, Maia Mitchell, Photos, Photoshoots

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The 21-year-old Fosters star opened up to the glossy about preparing for the big dance, what she was like in high school, and more. Check it:

On what she pictured wearing to prom:“I wanted to wear a salmon-pink halter dress with a low back. My hair would be in a loose, messy, curly updo so that you could see my shoulders. My friends and I decided that we would all go together, makeup-free, and wear these stunning dresses.”

On whether she would have asked anyone to prom: “I didn’t really like anyone in my high school, not like that anyway. I had a lot of guy friends but no one that I had feelings for. But I’m sure if I’d had, I would have just asked them. That’s how I am—I don’t like games, and I don’t beat around the bush. I think that if you like someone, it is important to just make it known.”

On how to look great in a photo: “Pick a dress you feel really confident in and then you won’t be worried how you look in pictures. Then you just need to smile and remember to have fun. When you look back at the pictures, you want to remember exactly how great that night was.”

On social media: “I get on social media sometimes. I think it’s good to find a balance and to be able to put your phone down. It was really important for me to do that while I was filming [Teen Beach Movie 2]. I was in a foreign place and having a really good time. It was good for me to be able to step back and enjoy the experiences that I was having in the moment without feeling the need to share it with the entire world on social media.”

For more on Maia, visit Seventeen.com.


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