Ariana Grande Posts Rare Curly Hair Photo

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Ariana Grande, 26, is the latest celebrity to go au naturel and the singer looked drop-dead-gorgeous when she showed off her naturally curly hair to Instagram on March 30. I repeat-Natural! Curls! And because she knew friends and fans alike were going to flip TF out, she captioned the pic "get a load a dis", which her 178 million followers did indeed. It's true: Beneath Grande's sleek, straight, mermaid-length pony lie some lovely, naturally curly strands, and it seems like she's using her time in quarantine to let them loose.

Grande's mother, Joan Grande, confirmed that Grande's look was natural. Talking about the experience in a Facebook post, she wrote: "Since people give me such a hard time about my hair I thought I'd take the time to explain the whole situation to everybody". Fingers crossed she lets her hair down post-quarantine. Needless to say, fans are loving her curly-girl vibes. She added. Perhaps, now that she hasn't got the constant pressure of performing and press junkets, her hair has had chance to recuperate.


We love Grande's iconic ponytail, but there's nothing wrong with switching it up. Yes, Arianators, believe it- Ari no longer has her signature sky-high ponytail burning a hole into her head at the moment, and we have our current pandemic to thank for that. The last time she showed off her curls was back in February 2019 after she jokingly said she still looks five years old without her ponytail. So, we were pleasantly surprised to see her rock natural curls.

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