Ariana Grande's Beauty Evolution Is Something You Have To See

Everyone knows that the world seems to be obsessed with Ariana Grande. After all, the pop star has more than 334 million followers on Instagram and is one of the most highly watched and talked about celebrities on the planet. Grande has even released many fragrances! Whether you love, don't like, or feel indifferent about the "Positions" singer, we can all agree that she's talented and has won countless awards for her music. A few of those awards include Billboard Music Awards, Grammy Awards, and Kids' Choice Awards (via IMDb).

The musician has released endless hit songs and albums, including "Thank U, Next" and "Dangerous Woman," per Grande's website. In addition to her incredibly successful career in the music industry, the pop star has acting experience, gracing the screen with her presence in TV shows and movies such as "Don't Look Up," "Sam & Cat," and "Scream Queens" (via IMDb).

Not only is Grande known for her music and acting abilities, but she's also famous for her beauty as well. While many people want to know what Grande looks like going makeup free, we've been interested in her beauty evolution over the years.

She was an adorable redhead in 'Victorious' and 'Sam and Cat'

Centered on a fictional high school for creative teenagers, "Victorious" is arguably one of the most entertaining, funny, and stylish shows for kids and teens from the early 2010s. Ariana Grande rose to fame for portraying Cat Valentine on the show at only 16 years old (via Alexa Answers). Grande eventually starred in the spinoff, "Sam & Cat," where her loveable character moved up from a supporting role to one of the main characters. On these shows, the ditsy yet sweet Cat rocked bold red hair (via YouTube), and Grande became known for that daring hairstyle.

During this era of Grande's career, she often flaunted glossy lips, rosy cheeks, and makeup that made her eyes look bigger and wider, per YouTube, matching her character's fun-loving yet somewhat clueless personality. However, this look didn't last forever for the pop star, and Grande shared in an interview that she's more than just that playful redhead. Grande said, "The red was Cat, and that was very much a character, and it was very much a portion of my life that I love and I am so grateful for... and I think fondly of that, but again, is not me" (via YouTube).

She eventually went for a more mature, sexy look

Ariana Grande made it clear that she moved on from her adorable redhead days, as her look became much more sophisticated and sexy over the years. This change is evident in many of her iconic music videos, such as "Thank U, Next," where she flaunted long blonde locks inspired by the "Mean Girls" movie in some scenes, as well as her signature long brown ponytail in other scenes. Grande also rocked her famous long brown ponytail in her "7 Rings" music video, where she wore a lot of sparkly makeup that defined her features. Moreover, the pop star was a brunette with graphic eyeliner in her "Positions" music video; after her Nickelodeon era, Grande now embraces mainly brown or blonde locks and much more makeup for a more mature vibe.

The pop star's drastic change in appearance has sparked many plastic surgery rumors, per YouTube, as people have questioned whether her post-"Victorious" looks are a just result of makeup and hair color changes — or potentially cosmetic surgery. Either way, most of her fans agree that she's always been beautiful. Grande even has a song called "My Hair," as society seems obsessed with her tresses.

Now she has a beauty brand

Considering how the world is so fascinated by Ariana Grande's looks, it only makes sense that the stunning pop star has her own beauty company. Grande's beauty brand is named r.e.m. beauty and already has more than a million followers on Instagram. The name of the brand is inspired by the point of your sleep when you have your wildest dreams, per r.e.m. beauty, as makeup is all about creativity.

According to Grande, "it means so much to me to be able to create a product line for absolutely everybody and anybody who wants to wear it and feel incredible. Make up is so personal and to have the opportunity to help people feel even more beautiful than they already are in their own skin, and also to just provide tools that support and encourage people in their creativity and self-expression is a gift that I'll never take for granted." R.e.m. beauty sells makeup for your eyes, skin, and lips with prices per product between $14 and $40. You can purchase these vegan, cruelty-free, and paraben-free products from r.e.m. beauty, Ulta, and Selfridges.

Grande's look has evolved along with her life and career, and we're happy to see that she's launched a beauty brand to help her fans who admire her feel beautiful and confident.