Jenni Carlson: Tell me about growing up in Killeen, Texas.
Juaquin Iglesias: I spent my whole life in Killeen. My parents were in the military, but they got out before I was born. We were a real close family, tried to eat together all the time. We're still very close.
JC: Did I read somewhere that your dad owns a barbershop?
JI: He's actually been doing it for over 20 years. He started in the mall, working there. Now, he owns his own place and he has people working under him.
JC: With your dad being a barber, does that mean you learned a little of that trade, too?
JI: No, but I'm very picky about who cuts my hair, just knowing how good it could be watching my dad cut hair. But I couldn't cut my own hair if I tried.
JC: What are you most picky about?
JI: Everything. The way it's cut. The way it's edged up. It has to be perfect, or I get mad. I get really upset.
JC: What if someone screws it up?
JI: I'd probably just keep a hat on or stay inside.
JC: So, if you're walking around with a hoodie ...
JI: Then it's messed up. It actually happened to me when I went back to my grandma's house one time. She took me to some guy to cut my hair, and I was upset until it grew back.