The 26-year-old model admitted that the choice to lose her locks was a "nerve racking one" and though she was advised against doing it by her agent, she found the extreme style change liberating.
In an interview with British Vogue, she said: "Shaving my head was pretty nerve-racking once I'd done it. I was a bit nervous to show anyone and was like, what if everyone hates it and then I've already done it?
"And I hadn't told my agent at the time - actually they told me not to do it but I did it anyway! But it felt really good, it felt like I'd let go of a few things.
"And also I didn't have the angst of worrying about fitting it and about scraping my hair back and making it look perfect all the time when I should have just let it be what it was."
The founder of 'Gurls Talk' also revealed that she has an "on/off relationship' with her beauty routine as her skincare regime changes all the time, but she always includes cleansing and face masks.
She said: "I have an on/off relationship with my skin but I'm pretty militant with it because it changes all the time. Stress, flying, pollution.
"Always a good old wash, a mask maybe twice a week and then serum, every morning and every night.