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Anna Camp: On Her Summertime Style and Beauty Routine (and That Shocking True Blood Death!)

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Like us, Anna Camp has been holding out on overalls. And like us, she may be one cute celeb photo away from finally buying her own pair for summer. “I don’t have any yet, but overalls are coming back and the little short ones are super cute and comfortable,” the actress, 31, told PEOPLE at Skinny Cow’s “Girls Gone Glamping” event in L.A., where she also opened up about her hair and makeup mottos, True Blood‘s surprise twist (spoilers below!) and of course, Pitch Perfect 2.

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Camp explained that her summertime hair routine is not dictated by Hollywood trends (we don’t expect to see any purple hair on her). “I like to put my hair right on top of my head because it’s the easiest thing to do, and it’s great for the summer,” the True Blood star said. “If I have to go out, I’ll grab a curling iron and do the beachy wave look.”

She has a similar fuss-free philosophy when it comes to her go-to beauty look. “For makeup, I like to go really light,” Camp said. “The less you wear, the less it has a chance to get messed up!”

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While the actress stayed mum about many of the details of her upcoming movie, Pitch Perfect 2, she did say the audience is going to be in for a good time.

“In the second movie — I can’t quite talk about it, but there were some definitely amazing funny things that we got to shoot, and everybody got a little dirty. I think people are going to laugh a lot.”

She did have a bit more to say about that shocking True Blood death from episode three, though: “Namaste! I know that Alcide was a fan favorite, and it was really, really shocking, and I’m actually really sad to see him go this early in the season,” she says, adding that she’s sorry to say goodbye to the show altogether.

“It’s really bittersweet,” she says. “It’s been seven years and I think it’s time for the show to move on and to leave it in a good place instead of stretching it out too far … [but] I’m sad to leave the character I’ve grown to love and play for a while. She’s crazy, and they’ve given me amazing scenes to play so I’m going to miss it a lot.”

What’s your go-to summer style? Are you sad to see True Blood end?

–Gabrielle Olya