Tinashe is ''very afraid'' of ''abnormal'' hair colours, although she is open to dying her locks a more natural shade.
Tinashe is ''very afraid'' of ''abnormal'' hair colours.
The 24-year-old singer has admitted she had ''frizzy'' hair all the time when she was younger, and even though she embraced her wild tresses and is open to experimenting with her locks she is fearful of dying her hair a bold and unusual shade.
Speaking to Us Weekly, the '2 On' hitmaker said: ''When I was a kid my hair was so frizzy at all times. I didn't really care at the time, so shout out to myself for having the self confidence to rock that frizz.
''I've gravitated towards John Freida's Frizz Ease products for a long time because they're great for smoothing out the texture of my hair and helping it out when I do heat styling.
''I'm very afraid of abnormal hair colours, but I would change it a lot within the spectrum of colours people are born with.''
And Tinashe thinks being able to ''switch up'' her hairstyle is the ''perk'' of being a female.
She explained: ''I like to switch up my hair like I do with my style. It's part of the perks of being a woman and being able to switch up how you dress to how you feel and express yourself day-to-day. I think hair is an extension of that.''
Tinashe has revealed she is equally as experimental with her style as well, as she will alternate between ''more conservative'' outfits and ''more fun, sexy or playful'' looks.
Speaking about her wardrobe choices, she said: ''Sometimes I want to be more conservative and other times I want to be more fun, sexy or playful.
''I would probably just go with nice, simple hair down. But if you're going to a nice dinner, wearing your hair up is a good option because you will look smart, classy and sophisticated which are good things to give off on a first date as well.''
Sia gets a string of Hollywood stars involved in her latest music video, a festive number entitled 'Santa's Coming For Us' from her newly released...
A startling new video has been unveiled by Alt-J to go with their newest single 'Pleader'.
Green Day have long been known for having political undertones in their music, and their new song 'Back In The USA' is no different.
The film is almost half an hour longer than 'The Force Awakens'.
The actress will no doubt be returning for the long-running FX series.
The film is expected to continue without Mendes' involvement.