Fans have seen the schemer become softer in recent months after she decided to settle down with new husband Tony Hutchinson, played by Nick Pickard.
However, in an interview with Radio Times, Waring promised that viewers have not seen the last of her alter-ego's unpleasant side, which she dubbed "uber-Cindy".
The actress commented: "I'm excited about [it]. It's so much more exciting to play a character with character."
Speaking of Cindy's appeal to viewers, she said: "I see [her] as a 'fun bitch' rather than a nasty one like [Coronation Street's] Tracy or [Hollyoaks'] Clare Devine. Cindy has a swagger and delusions of grandeur and I think people love to hate that."
Hollyoaks' series producer Paul Marquess recently announced that there is an "outrageous" plotline ahead for Cindy. The story will lead to her bowing out temporarily as Waring is expecting her second child.