"They crimped my hair, let’s start there. When I commit to something, I kind of just go, “Okay!” which can be good or bad, to be honest with you. A lot of times, people say, “Oh, you can’t do that! You’re Tiffany, and you’ve got that brand, and you’ve got to always protect that brand.” There’s a lot of times that I feel, when you’re hired for something, especially playing a role, you kind of have to go with it. If they envision you to be in a preppy sweater with crimped, dry hair, then that’s the way we’re going to go. We talked about it, and that’s kind of the look that they wanted—really ’80s-inspired, with the crimped and the bow, and that was so not me. I never had bows in my hair, and I really didn’t do too much of the crimped look, but I kind of went along with it. Then I saw it when it came out, and I was like, “Ooh, girl…”"