Opening: Lauren Graham opened up about a possible return to Gilmore Girls, beauty tips and teaching the next generation in an interview with NewBeauty

Lauren Graham, 55, teases a possible return to the Gilmore Girls universe in an interview with NewBeauty

Lauren Graham, 55, teases a possible return to the Gilmore Girls universe in an interview with NewBeauty: ‘I just want to make sure it was the right time’

Lauren Graham spoke to NewBeauty about a possible return to Gilmore Girls, beauty tips and teaching the next generation.

The 55-year-old actress gave the interview to promote her new memoir, Have I Told You That Yet? Stories I don’t want to remember written on the 15th

During the interview, Graham revealed that a return to her iconic role as Lorelai Gilmore is not out of the question.

Opening: Lauren Graham opened up about a possible return to Gilmore Girls, beauty tips and teaching the next generation in an interview with NewBeauty

“I’m planning to see Amy [Sherman-Palladino], the show’s creator, over the next few weeks. It’s always a fun prospect to think about and talk about,” she said when asked if the show might return.

“It used to be just talk, but now we know it’s possible. I think I feel such a responsibility and love for the story that I just want to be sure it was the right time.

She previously returned to the role in the Netflix limited series Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life alongside much of the original cast.

The Evan Almighty star also said that her positive attitude made her identify with Lorelai more than any other character she’s played, adding that the show’s fans seem to be getting younger and younger.

New book on the way: The 55-year-old actress gave the interview to promote her new memoir, Have I Told You That?  Stories I don't want to remember written on the 15th

New book on the way: The 55-year-old actress gave the interview to promote her new memoir, Have I Told You That? Stories I don’t want to remember written on the 15th

Back to a beloved character?  During the interview, Graham revealed that a return to her iconic role as Lorelai Gilmore is not out of the question

Back to a beloved character? During the interview, Graham revealed that a return to her iconic role as Lorelai Gilmore is not out of the question

Meeting: “I plan to see Amy [Sherman-Palladino], the show's creator, over the next few weeks.  It's always a fun prospect to think about and talk about,

Getting together: “I’m making plans to see Amy [Sherman-Palladino], the show’s creator, over the next few weeks. It’s always a fun prospect to think about and talk about,” she said when asked if the show might come back (pictured, right, with co-star Alexis Bledel).

Speaking of the show’s fashion, Graham revealed that she sees many of Lorelai’s early looks coming back in a sort of vintage-chic way, and says she can “read the time” from her hair on the show.

“Some years you can tell I needed to cut down on the time in the flesh, and I just did it with a ponytail. Some years the hair is much more elaborate,” she explained. “It always was… ‘the problem’ is too strong a term, but it’s safe to say we’ve always been trying to figure out ‘the hair.'”

The Parenthood actress opened up about directing, a relatively new role she’s taken on in the second season of Mighty Ducks: Game Changer on Disney+, and the writing process for her new book.

Graham said she recently had a long flight that she didn’t have to write through for the first time in five years.

Telling the time: Speaking of the show's fashion, Graham revealed that she sees many of Lorelai's early looks coming back in a sort of vintage-chic way and says she can tell the time from her hair on the show

Telling the time: Speaking of the show’s fashion, Graham revealed that she sees many of Lorelai’s early looks coming back in a sort of vintage-chic way and says she can tell the time from her hair on the show

New aspirations: The Parenthood actress opened up about directing, a relatively new role she's taken on in the second season of Mighty Ducks: Game Changer, and the writing process for her new book

New aspirations: The Parenthood actress opened up about directing, a relatively new role she’s taken on in the second season of Mighty Ducks: Game Changer, and the writing process for her new book

Sweat: She also said she likes to work up a sweat and regularly goes to the sauna or uses a sauna blanket, although she admitted that she was less interested in any specific skincare product

Sweat: She also said she likes to work up a sweat and regularly goes to the sauna or uses a sauna blanket, although she admitted that she was less interested in any specific skincare product

The timeless star also shared some beauty tips, explaining how her upbringing in a home with some Japanese influences influenced her healthy lifestyle by encouraging her to shop for more natural products.

She also said she likes to work up a sweat and regularly goes to the sauna or uses a sauna blanket, although she admitted she’s less committed to one type of skincare product. She named some of her favorites, including Biologique Recherche’s P50 and Tatcha Silk Canvas.

Graham admitted what she called “ridiculous” juice cleanses.

“You are so miserable and so terrible; I don’t know why I’m doing them,’ she said. “I go to this spa that’s all juice. I find it gives me a bit of a reset – even if it’s upsetting.

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