Solange Does Glamour France; Talks Makeup & Style But Calls A Stop To The Hair Talk “ I am Not The Natural Hair VP”

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Solange Glamour France

 

The ever so stylish Solange Knowles can be spotted in the newest issue for Glamour France.  Inside the style diva can be seen in several to die for looks.  Styled in exaggerated pieces full of color, the younger sister of Beyonce Knowles talks with Glamour about her makeup of choice, shopping choices and why she is tired of people talking about her hair…

 

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On her Style Secret:

 

[My style is] very eclectic as I like to take risks, but I always cling to glamorous touches and classic details. I’m not necessarily inspired by magazines or fashion. I surf a lot on blogs and find it cool to see real style from real people. My travels also influence me. I always take lots of pictures, and then inject all those inspirations into my wardrobe, my home decor, or my makeup. And we can’t forget the icons: Diana Ross, Erykah Badu, Bjork, and Lauryn Hill.

 

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On Shopping With Beyonce:

 

I do 90% of my shopping online and now my whole family does the same! From time to time, though, my sister and I will pop by Opening Ceremony in New York and spend a few hours there.

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Meanwhile, Solange has announced that she is tired of people constantly drooling over her hair.  Taking to twitter (which is the standard for celebrity rants these days) Solange made the announcement that she will no longer answer questions about her because…she just doesn’t care.

 

Im only going to say a few things. I cut my hair ALL off 4 times in my life all for very different reasons….I only reiterate this because this is nothing new for me. This 4th time did not define me, just as it had not the previous 3 times. I’ve never painted myself as a team natural vice president. I don’t know the lingo and I don’t sleep with a satin cap…However, I did noticed when I picked out my hair, I kept seeing feedback about needing a “twist out”.

 

Connnnfesssioonnn: I HATE twist outs. Correction, I hate the way they look on me. SO i end up always picking them/steaming them out. Look, all i’m saying is. My hair is not very important to me….so i don’t encourage it to be important to you. Im very emotional today (involving something else) , so i’m letting the momentum of that help me to express the fact that…

 

I dont want to talk about no damn hair…..no mo.

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