Kelly Osbourne is famous for her ever-changing hairstyles – and in a new interview with Glamour, she talks about what inspires her to color her hair, and why she doesn’t care if people don’t like it.
When talking about the first time she started using her hair to express herself, Kelly says, “When I was 13, I had hair the color of gold down to my butt. I had an argument with my mom and yelled, “F–k you!” and chopped off half my hair. My dad could not look at me without pissing himself laughing.”
When asked about what she would say to the detractors of her hairstyles, Kelly replies, “I dyed my hair shades of gray because I like it, and it pissed a lot of people off. Now I get tweeted 20 pictures a day of girls coloring their hair like mine. So if you don’t like it, sorry—you have housewife hair.”
Kelly also talks about growing up in a unique family, saying, “Because [of them] I’ve seen the world and been exposed to all walks of life. It has a major impact on how I dress and who I am. I have this ability to really not care if people don’t like what I’m wearing.”