Ariana Grande reveals what her natural hair looks like with no ponytail on Instagram

Ariana Grande showed fans her real, curly hair in a fresh Instagram selfie.
Ariana Grande has posted a brand new picture of her natural hair on Instagram and she looks gorgeous.


Fans of Ariana will already know that she has a difficult relationship together with her hair. The 26-year-old is also known for her signature ponytail currently, however in 2014, she had to release a press release on social media after she received such a lot flack over it.


She explained that dying her hair red for Victorious & Sam & Cat “completely destroyed” her hair and her extensions and ponytail helped her feel “comfortable.” She additionally said that her hair was “so broken” that it looked “absurd” down.


Since then, Ariana’s grown out her real curly hair and currently, she’s shown fans what it’s like.


Taking to Instagram stories yesterday (Jul 21), Ariana posted a selfie in which her beautiful brunette locks are on full show. She captioned it “growth” and it’s true her hair actually has fully grown. Ariana last posted a video of her natural curls in February, after sharing an endearing photograph of herself when she was only 5, writing: “this continues to be precisely what I look like without lashes and my pony”.


And certainly, she was right. Within the video Ariana’s hair is a short bob length, similar to it was once she was a child. Since then, it’s as though it’s fully grown quite bit. In the new picture, Ariana seems to have shoulder length hair and it’s just as lovely. Given how much Ariana struggled together with her real hair previously, it’s nice to see her be so comfy in it currently.


If I’m honest, this is still precisely what I look like without lashes and my pony. Anyone who is aware of me knows it. Like, I’m 25, I was 5 here. The sole distinction now is that hand currently says bbq grill finger. 


It’s presently unclear if Ariana plans to ditch her pony in favor of her natural curls however, either way, we are stunned.

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