In a new interview with Refinery 29, Emma Stone has revealed that she’s always wanted to be curvier. When asked if she dresses for the illusion of creating curves, Stone replies, “I mean, I've kind of given up the ghost on that one. It's not happening. So, I just kind of wear whatever I'm drawn to. There are no illusions there. I wish. I'd kill for some cha-chas and a tuckus!"
She also talks about being born without curves and managing to stay healthy, saying, “Well, I was kind of born with a 10-year-old boy's body. For years, I was like, 'Please let me grow some kind of curvature!' But it did not happen. So...this is my natural form for the most part. I'm sure that will change as the years go on. But, yeah, I have a boy body. I work out when I'm in a movie…like on Spider-Man, they get you a trainer, which is awesome, so then I do it. But, if there isn't someone yelling in my face then 'm just not into it. Pilates is the one thing that makes me happy while I'm doing it. But other than that, it puts me in a bad mood to lift stuff over my head. I hate it. But it is important to do it for my health, so I need to do it more."
She adds that she also doesn’t take the lead when it comes to her hair, make-up, and style, saying, “Oh, no! My trio is the reason that I've looked like a presentable human being in any circumstance. Petra Flannery is my stylist, who is the best-dressed woman alive, clearly. She's never forced anything on me, but she's brilliant. And Rachel Goodwin and Mara Roszak have done my makeup and hair for a long, long time. They work so well as a trio...I don't know how helpful my suggestions are. I'm like, 'Today, we should wear lashes!' and Rachel's like, 'No, we're not wearing lashes.' Or I'll say to Mara, 'We should do a topknot!' and she's be like 'Hmm...no, we're doing a ponytail.' So...I trust them very much."
Finally, she adds that even her hair doesn’t stay as she likes it, saying, “I am so bad at my own hair. I have no idea how to do it. It's really not fun. The only days that I'm like 'I'm so into my bangs!' are days that I've had my hair done. And then, I try to sleep like Marie Antoinette for as long as possible. Not like, in the guillotine...like, trying to preserve the wig (laughs)."