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Saturday 28 May 2016

Katy Perry: I can't do short hair

Published 10/07/2014

Katy Perry
Katy Perry

Katy Perry doesn't have the "right" face shape for short hair.

The Dark Horse singer is known for switching up her locks and has sported bright wigs, extensions and coloured streaks. She even experimented with a 'do as short as 21-year-old Miley's partially-shaven crop once, but realised it wasn't for her.

"When I was younger, when I was 17 or 18, I cut my hair almost as short as Miley, which looks fantastic on her, but it didn't look right on me," she revealed to

"I don't know why, but it looked really off. It's different face shapes and it didn't look great."

Katy added that she's currently pleased with the "Oscar the Grouch" green strands she's rocking right now.

The 29-year-old star was also quizzed on her perfect eyebrows. She had a tip for all her young fans who want to emulate her look.

"I never over-plucked," she explained.

"Be careful, young 'uns! Young ladies, you hear me out there? Be careful when you start to pluck your eyebrows. Do not over-pluck. They won't grow back.

"I never went crazy, so thankfully I can have big eyebrows. Audrey Hepburn eyebrows would be the dream!"

Katy has a successful range of fragrances, her latest being Killer Queen's Royal Revolution. The star revealed why she decided to use blackthorn in this scent, which also features musk and vanilla.

"Blackthorn is the curveball; it has an interesting story. It's a white flower. It has this story that they used to use it in the dark ages, as an ingredient for their spells. I love that; I love a bit of witchiness!" she gushed.

"It's very complementary on the skin and it stays on all day. I don't put it directly onto skin. I do a twirl into it and put it in my hair."

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