InStyle: Do you keep a dream journal?
DG: I don’t necessarily write down, ‘last night I dreamt of this’ but I do write what my vision is for the next chapter. I am very much still am a big believer in actualising what you see, feel or the colours and finding pictures that might even emulate your dreams. Then putting them into a book, making sure that you can see it.
InStyle: You have achieved so much throughout career, what are you working towards next?
DG: "At the moment and I am coming up with lyrics and writing the new album in the studio. It has just been an extraordinary couple of years again and just so much performing, and so many wonderful things. Now I just need to kind of go back in and be the artist and write."
InStyle: How long does it take you to get ready?
DG: I keep it simple when I’m not working, ten minutes–tops. I let my hair dry naturally, I like messy hair when I’m not working and I just put on a bit of base on and make sure my eyebrows are done. I enjoy having that contrast between when not on stage with lots of glitter and when I’m spending time with friends and it’s natural.
InStyle: Do you have any plans to switch-up your hair colour again?
DG: Look you never know, at the moment I’m enjoying being brunette I think that was always a part of me that was a brunette so I kind of just wanted to experience that as well. I was naturally a dark blonde then my hair got a little bit darker as I got older.
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