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Ariana Grande switches up look with new hairstyle

Published 25/07/2016

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande has debuted a new chic blunt fringe hairdo, changing up her signature ponytail style.

Ariana Grande has switched up her look by opting to have a fringe cut in.

The Break Free singer unveiled her dramatic new hairstyle on Saturday evening (23Jul16) via social media, posting a close-up snap and also a full length mirror shot of herself on Instagram.

“Change. feelin free. happy. Banginnnnnnn,” she also wrote on her Twitter page, further adding that she was thankful for her fans for inspiring her new do. “But yeah bangs. why do y'all always gotta be right about everything. I love you. ty for loving me and caring and having my best interest at heart. I love u (sic).”

According to E! News, the new hairstyle was created by hairstylist Aaron Light, while Omar Rokael Lizama was the make-up artist for the Instagram photo.

The 23-year-old brunette beauty is yet to comment on whether the fringe is here to stay as her new signature look, but other stars such as Kylie Jenner have been known to experiment with choppy bangs through temporary extensions and wigs. And the look is definitely in style at the moment, with singer Selena Gomez debuting new bangs last month (Jun16) and model Bella Hadid rocking a pair of side bangs during an appearance at the Cannes Film Festival in May.

It’s not a total hair overhaul for Ariana, though, as she’s still keeping her high ponytail. And judging by comments she made in a recent interview, it’s not going anywhere soon. Explaining to Billboard Magazine that she intends to keep wearing the look even when she hits retirement, Ariana said, "I will say it until I'm an old-ass lady with my t*ts out at Whole Foods. I'll be in the produce aisle, naked at 95, with a sensible ponytail, one strand of hair left on my head and a Chanel bow. Mark my words. See you there with my 95 dogs."

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