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Perrie Edwards: I'll be a blonde bride

Published 29/06/2014

Perrie Edwards
Perrie Edwards

Perrie Edwards won't be dying her hair a bright colour for her wedding to Zayn Malik, but feels totally comfortable without make up on in front of him.

The Little Mix singer has been dating the One Direction heartthrob officially since May 2012 and the couple became engaged in August last year. The 20-year-old has changed her look numerous times during their relationship and sported purple locks for a while last year. But Perrie plans on sticking to a more natural colour when their wedding eventually takes place.

"I'm very experimental with my hair, so I haven't got a clue [how to have it] at the moment. It could be anything - I don't know if I want it up or down yet," she told British magazine Now. "I highly doubt that [it will be purple], it would clash with my dress. Colour-wise I'm sticking with what I am now - I've had enough of changing it and its far less damaging being less blonde than I was. Also, I prefer the way my makeup and clothes look with this hair."

When it comes to makeup, Perrie and her bandmates Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall are big fans of it but they take different views when it comes to letting their men see them barefaced. While Jesy, 23, thinks most girls probably don't feel completely comfortable without makeup on in front of a boy, but Perrie disagrees.

"[I wasn't comfortable] at first, but I've got to the point with Zayn where I do," she said. "Most of us met our men while we were on The X Factor and if they liked us back then that's saying a lot! I don't think Zayn really cares about the amount of time I spend getting my lips straight - he just goes in for a kiss."

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