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Ariana Grande: I need miracle bleach to go platinum

Published 04/11/2015

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande credits her grandmother with inspiring the star’s Focus music video hairstyle.

Ariana Grande will only go platinum blonde if scientists invent “miracle bleach” that won’t damage her hair.

The 22-year-old singer-and-actress is normally a brunette, but she sported platinum blonde locks in the new music video for her song Focus.

Ariana would consider taking on a very light hair colour in the future, but the possibility is dependant on the nature of the dye.

"I think one day I would totally rock [blonde hair] if they come up with a miracle bleach that doesn't destroy everything," she told ET Online.

Ariana’s decision to go platinum in Focus came from a surprising source, as a moment with her grandmother inspired the look.

"I wanted to do my ponytail in white for a while, or in a different colour," she explained. "I actually was sitting opposite my Nonna and I was like, 'Nonna, I love your white hair. It's so beautiful.'"

Ariana appreciates her job, as she is able to try out different looks without committing to anything permanent, but the pop star admits she is still committed to maintaining old standards when it comes to beauty.

"I feel like every little project is just like a little character,” she shared. “I definitely have been enjoying switching it up a little more.

"I say that with my ponytail that I've been sporting for a year."

Ariana may be trying out even more fresh looks with MAC Cosmetics, she has recently been confirmed as the brand’s new Viva Glam spokesperson.

Ariana’s Viva Glam lip gloss and lipstick, which are shades of daring dark purple and shimmery pink, will be available for sale beginning January 2016.

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