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tame it! But when I had short hair I would wake up in the morning, wash it, run my fingers through it and that was easy. Especially in hot weather. I liked short hair but I like longer hair because you can do more styles.


Is your hair naturally curly? Yeah.


Your look’s made quite a transition so far during your music career... Just me growing as a person, with my music as well, finding out who I am. I can experiment and have fun with my looks because it’s me and it’s my life, so even growing my hair was a big thing for me. I only experimented with big curly hair a few years ago.


Are you a natural beauty or would you find it hard to live without fake tan, eyelashes, nails...? I’d say I like to do both. Loads of days I like to go without make-up and chill, but then other days I like to do eyelashes – I don’t do fake nails, but I do put some extensions in my hair, go


all out with the make-up, especially for the stage.


Are you a high street girl or a designer diva?


Both. I always say to my stylist who I work with, ‘I don’t care if it’s designer – if it doesn’t look good on me, then I’m not going to wear it.’ The same with the high street. I like to mess around with all different things, like vintage stuff as well.


Any favourite places to shop? Do you know what? I don’t. I’ll literally go anywhere. I do like Topshop and Zara for the staple pieces; nice blazers and stuff like that. But I just walk past different shops and see what I like.


What would you consider a timeless piece of fashion? I think things like a tailored suit for a woman always looks good, without a doubt. A tailored blazer, a white shirt, high-waisted flattering jeans. Like Levi’s 501s, classic pieces are


always timeless; you can’t go wrong and people will always wear them.


You have had some comparisons to Beyoncé – how do you feel about that? Does it apply to your style? I think it’s cool, but obviously I’m a new artist and people automatically want to put you in a box. I’m excited just to put more music out there. My style is experimental and I just want to have fun.


You have great skin, how do you maintain it? I always wash my face before bed, don’t drink a lot of alcohol and I drink lots of water. Moisturise and put lots of cream on my skin all the time. I wash my face at the end of the night because I know so many of my friends who don’t and then their skin’s breaking out two days later. I also use aromatherapy oils because my mum is a beauty therapist.


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Photography: James Burton | Stylist: Kyle De’volle | Make-up artist: Aaliyah Islam | Hair: Dionne Smith WWW.FLAVOURMAG.CO.UK 15


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