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Ariana adds to inking collection

Published 15/04/2015

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande has added to her tattoo collection with a new inking – a moon design on her neck.

The 21-year-old singer already has three inkings. But Bang Bang star Ariana has added to her collection with a fourth etching – a small moon design on her neck.

The pretty brunette posted a picture of the crescent symbol on her Twitter page on Monday.

“Moon baby!” Ariana captioned the shot, which showed her lifting her hair away from her face to show off the new addition.

When Ariana first shot to fame, she became known for her incredibly feminine, girly outfits.

But she has since changed her look for a more edgy style.

In a previous interview, Ariana admitted her look has changed with every music video she has done.

"It's evolved a little. I don't wear frilly tutu dresses. I can't really stand that stuff anymore," she told Very magazine. "But I liked the short go-go dresses and the sweater and boots combo for when I was doing the Problem single. Then I shifted towards cute little underwear space-type vibes for Break Free and now I'm into this knee-length pencil skirt and crop top bralet thing for Love Me Harder."

When she isn't in her stage costumes, Ariana's off-duty outfit consists of high-waisted jeans, a crop top and heels. As for her hair, she likes to rock her trademark ponytail but she does find it weird how obsessed people are with it.

"'Funny' is the word," she laughed. "I never thought that switching up my hair would be such a big deal. But whatever fascinates people."

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