Much like her favorite product from Eva NYC’s lineup, Tinashe is multifaceted. The star is a singer, songwriter, artist, dancer, model, producer, painter, Grammy award winner, and more recently she’s taken on the role of creative partner with Eva NYC.
When we’re not singing her catchy lyrics in unison with friends, or practicing her smooth, pop star-certified dance moves in our mirrors, we’re marveling over her style, candor, and of course, great hair.
In between creative collab sessions with Eva NYC (hint hint, something’s coming in 2022!) she sat down to chat about her new album, all things music, and her love of beauty.
How did you get involved in the music industry?
I got involved in the music industry when I was about 14 years old. I joined a girl group and that was my first time ever being in the music industry.
What drives your creativity as an artist?
My creativity really comes from all of the things that I go through. My life experiences, my feelings, I try to put it all into the music.
What’s your favorite song on your new album, 333?
My favorite song on my album 333 is X!
What does a “good hair day, every day” mean to you?
A good hair day, every day to me is all about feeling your best, feeling confident, and feeling like you don’t have to worry about your hair!
If you could try one hair trend for a day, what would it be?
If I could try one hair trend for a day, it would be bangs! I’ve always wanted bangs.
Who is your hair inspiration?
How does your hair play a role in your self-expression?
Hair plays a role in my self-expression because it’s part of my outfits, it’s part of my looks, it’s part of what I’m translating in a story, in a photograph or a music video.
What advice would you give to anyone struggling to love and embrace their hair?
If you’re struggling to embrace your hair, just take care of yourself. Give yourself a spa day, give yourself a nice wash, do whatever it is that makes yourself feel beautiful.
What’s the best piece of advice you ever received?
The best advice I ever received is don’t compare yourself to anyone else.