What I see in the mirror: KT Tunstallhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/fashion/2013/ ... -interview
'I like that I have a boyish figure because I love wearing men's suits'
The way I feel about how I look changes daily, but as I've got older, I feel more confident. I'm happy with how I look at 37 – I am lucky to have Asian genes and I thank the hair gods for my hair.
I've got an undercut at the moment, which I really like. I had both sides of my head shaved a year ago and it's an easy haircut to have. The only thing is, you have to get it trimmed regularly or you end up with weird bushy fuzz, which isn't a good look. I've recently started to dye my hair because I am going grey.
I always thought I had a face like the moon, because I had really chubby cheeks when I was a kid, right up until my mid-20s. My face changed in my later 20s and again in my mid-30s. I recently got into boxing, which I adore, and that has affected my face shape again. It's more angular than it used to be.
I like dressing in an androgynous way, so I am grateful that I don't have a massive rack; that would be cumbersome, particularly as a guitarist. I like that I have a boyish figure, because I love wearing men's suits. I would be happy to live in a world with no mirrors, but at the same time, it's great to look good on stage because you feel you're offering more than just the music. And it feels good to be a female artist and have the opportunity to offer something different from basic tits and arse.