While stepping out looking like a natural beauty, the 19-year-old Grammy winner mingled with fans that were eager to catch a glimpse of her before she hit the stage to perform a few her hits off her sophomore album.
After waving to onlookers, she ultimately threw a black hoodie over her shaggy blonde bob, before getting glammed up for her late-night show appearance.
Cool girl: Teen sensation Billie Eilish showed off a showed off a makeup-free glow as she arrived to Jimmy Kimmel Live in a baggy anime sweatshirt on Tuesday
After ditching her chunky Nike sneakers, Eilish slipped into a pair of black Dr. Martens, matching pants and a graphic sweatshirt over a collared shirt.
She accessorized with two gold necklaces, a pink lipstick, rosy eyeshadow and silky-sheer powder blush for a natural-looking pop of color.
The star, who solidified herself as a style icon in oversized tees, recently laughed off those obsessed with her hair, clothes and sexuality.
Looking good! While stepping out looking like a natural beauty, the 19-year-old Grammy winner mingled with fans that were eager to catch a glimpse of her
Friendly: After waving to onlookers, she ultimately threw a black hoodie over her shaggy blonde bob, before getting glammed up for her late-night show appearance
Going glam: After ditching her chunky Nike sneakers, Eilish slipped into a pair of black Dr. Martens, matching blacks and a graphic sweatshirt over a collared shirt
While gracing the October 2021 issue of ELLE in a plunging gown studded with crystals, the Bad Guy singer explained that those critiquing her image don’t seem to grasp that it’s not that deep.
‘The other day, I decided to wear a tank top. It wasn’t even a provocative shirt. But I know people are going to say, ‘Holy f**k, she’s dressing sexy and trying to make a statement.’ And I’m like, ‘No, I’m not. It’s 500 degrees and I just want to wear a tank top!” she told the publication.
Billie dyed her famously-acid green locks blonde last year, which she says made her feel like ‘a new person’.
Bundling up: Before her outfit change, she covered her face with a black hoodie
Doing her own thing: The star, who solidified herself as a style icon in oversized tees, recently laughed off those obsessed with her hair, clothes and sexuality
‘I couldn’t go anywhere with that hair because it was so obviously me. I wanted anonymity,’ she explained. ‘I went to a park with a friend [after going blonde], and I was like, ‘No, I can’t take off my hood!’
‘But my friend was like, ‘Don’t worry: You’re okay. Nothing’s gonna happen.’ And I took my hood off, and I felt like a new person. I had no goal of ‘This is going to make everybody think differently of me.’ I’ve had different-colored hair and vibes for everything I’ve ever done.
‘I’m still the same person. I’m not just different Barbies with different heads.’
Pretty: She accessorized with two gold necklaces, a pink lipstick, rosy eyeshadow and silky-sheer powder blush for a natural-looking pop of color
On how as her fame has grown, she has endured relentless scrutiny on the internet for everything from the way she dresses to whom she dates, Billie said: ‘Like, oh yeah, that’s everyone else’s business, right? No. Where’s that energy with men?
‘I just wanted to make a song once, and then I kept making songs. I never said, ‘Hey, pay attention to my life.’ All my friends know I don’t wanna see any of [the negative chatter]. When people send me something mean, it hurts my soul.’
Billie added that she’s ‘jealous of people who don’t have social media’.
‘I really wish that there was a way to avoid it. Literally delete my account but still have contact with the fans. I want to be able to have both, but you can’t,’ she mused.
Eilish appeared on the October 13 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live
Billie’s second album, Happier Than Ever, debuted at number one around the globe on its release, with the star directing her own videos.
‘The album came from a lot of self-reflection. Happier Than Ever is really just me processing trauma… making this album was cathartic and freeing,’ Billie said. ‘I am a very visual person, and music videos have always been my favorite form of artistry, ever since I was a kid.
‘Since the beginning, almost all of my videos were my own ideas. I just didn’t know that I could direct them. It’s hard to translate an idea that you have in your own head – to make somebody else understand it – and then make it come to life. Sometimes you’ve just got to do it yourself, even if it’s hard.’off