Ariana Grande surprises fans with rare video of her naturally curly hair

  • Ariana Grande is known for her signature high ponytail with her long extensions
  • She has revealed that the hairstyle is what she is most comfortable with because her hair got damaged due to bleaching and coloring
  • Early this week, she posted a video showing her naturally curly hair and her fans are asking her to wear it more often

American singer Ariana Grande surprised fans when she showed off her naturally curly hair in a rare video on social media early this week.

Image via Ariana Grande | Instagram

Ariana, known for her trademark high ponytail with long extensions, posted a video of herself in front of a mirror while running her fingers through her curly hair, which is shorter than the hair she usually sports.

“Can Ariana wear her naturally curly hair for a show one night,” a Twitter user asked.


Ariana also showed off her natural hair last February; saying that she is trying to grow it longer.

Image via Ariana Grande | Instagram

In her previous interviews, she admitted that only 10 percent of her hair is real so the ponytail hairstyle was what made her most comfortable. Apparently, her hair was damaged because she dyed it red for her Nickelodeon show “Sam &Cat.”

“I wear it in a ponytail because my actual hair is so broken that it looks absolutely ratchet  and absurd when I let it down. It’s all that works for now (AND I’m comfortable for the first time in years),” she said.

Even if her pony is evolving into different styles, she once said she does not have plans to have major changes yet.

“The pony has also gone through an evolution, and I’m proud of that. Old pony? I don’t know if she’s that girl. But new pony? I like her. I mean, it’s like a Victoria Secret angel without angel wings. It’s still her without them, but when she’s with them it’s like, ‘Ohh, I get it, she’s an angel,”‘ Ariana said.

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Sources: Twitter  ACE Showbiz  Page Six