All About Her Wigs
POPSUGAR: How is London beauty different than New York beauty?
Rita Ora: Well the difference for me is not a lot, actually. To me, worldwide beauty is really one word. It means bringing the beauty out of yourself — whatever skin colour, hair colour, or eye colour you have. There really isn't a difference.
PS: You're constantly changing your hair hue. Have you learned any lessons from changing the shade so often?
RO: I love playing with hair colours and semipermanent dyes. My hairstylist Chris [Appleton] is just as experimental as I am, so we buy 20 million wigs and play with them. We cut them up and mess around. It's all about characters. We just love creating different types of characters.
PS: Let's talk about nails. You have on glitter today, but what nail designs are you loving these days?
RO: I have glitter today because I knew I was wearing silver, and it's an unusual dress. I love the fact that it's like that. I love the Japanese nail art, and I'm obsessed with what you can do with nails. It's another form of decorating yourself, so why wouldn't you?