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Ellie Goulding: 'I live in tracksuits'

Published 22/05/2016

Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding prefers to wear her trademark blonde tresses loose on stage as she feels it adds an aspect of drama to her performance.

Ellie Goulding likes to lounge around in comfortable tracksuits when she’s not performing.

The British musician reveals when she isn't wearing cute mini dresses on stage or posing in glamorous gowns on the red carpet, she prefers to keep her style low-key and simple.

"When I'm not on stage, I live in tracksuits and have minimal hair and make-up," she told Britain's Glamour magazine, adding that she does enjoy getting dolled up from time to time. "But I'd be lying if I didn't say I b**ody love getting dressed up into an awesome tight Versace dress and big hair."

However, the On My Mind singer does take pride in her bright blonde hair and explains that while her everyday look is "quite tomboyish" she feels her signature tresses "balance" out her look.

The star prefers to wear her hair loose on stage as she feels it adds an aspect of drama to her performance.

"When I perform, I don't like my hair tied up, I like it to fall naturally," she shared of her rock chick-inspired hairstyle. "My hair plays a big part in my performances, which is why I love this look for the stage - it's liberating when your hair moves."

After a big performance, Ellie likes to indulge herself by giving her skin some extra TLC. The 29-year-old swears by Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution for removing her heavy stage make-up and loves to add a little sparkle by dabbing on a little of Rodial’s Bee Venom 24 Carat Gold Body Souffle every night.

Ellie is currently trekking the U.S. with her Delirium World Tour, where she'll play a number of dates before wrapping up the American leg with a concert at New York's Madison Square Garden on 21 June (16).

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