JoJo Siwa says it was harder to tell her mom about ditching her signature hair bow than it was to come out to her
- JoJo Siwa spoke with Instagram's Adam Mosseri on Tuesday as part of Creator Week, People reported.
- She said it was harder to tell her mom about changing her hair than it was to come out to her.
- Siwa said she still loved bows - she just might not wear them every day.
JoJo Siwa reflected this week on changing her style and ditching her signature ponytail.In an interview on Tuesday with Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, during Instagram and Facebook's Creator Week, Siwa said she knew when she turned 18 that she wanted to change up her look, which typically includes a high ponytail tied with a giant bow, People reported.
"It just felt like the right time and to do something different and to do something maybe a little bit more mature or a little upgrade," Siwa told Mosseri, according to People.
Later in the conversation, Siwa recalled her mother asking her whether telling her about changing her hair was more difficult than coming out to her, People reported.Siwa announced in January that she was queer, adding that she was the happiest she'd ever been. She's dating Kylie Prew.
Siwa said on Tuesday, "I was like, 'It surprisingly was harder to tell you that I wanted to wear my hair different.'""The bow is still a part of my life," Siwa told Mosseri. "I still love bows, I forever will. They're who I am, but maybe I won't wear it every day."Siwa has been experimenting with new hairstyles and fashions since mid-2020. Last year, she showed her natural waves on TikTok, dyed her hair dark brown, and received a dramatic makeover from the YouTuber James Charles.
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