She's learned to embrace her natural curls.
"Growing up and being in a household with black women, from the age of 7 or 8, I was being taught how to straighten my hair. And slick it back. And use a lot of gels. And hairsprays and things like that to get it 'perfect.' I feel like as I've gotten older, I've learned to embrace my natural curls and to just be more natural, especially when I'm not stage. I just allow them to have a moment to heal. When you're pulling it back so much all the time, no matter how you do it and how nicely you try and treat your hair, it has to be tight. So, you're going to have breakage and damage. It's about really allowing it to just be, when I'm not on stage.