Ariana Grande Just Revealed Her Naturally Curly Hair And It Is Stunning

Pop star Ariana Grande shocked fans on March 30 when she posted a now-deleted photo of her naturally curly hair on Instagram. She shared a selfie of her tousled dark brown waves with the simple caption, "Get a load a dis." The "Thank U, Next" singer's reveal was met with immediate praise from fans and celebrities.


Grande is known for her high straight ponytail, so the photo of her natural hair was a welcome surprise. Her mother, Joan, praised the "7 Rings" singer on Twitter. "Beyond stunning," Joan wrote. "Your natural hair/curls is a world of its own... a magnificent beauty you are inside and out/ made up or natural ... I love you..."

Other celebrities in the music industry also gave their love to Grande. Katy Perry, who recently showed off a makeup-free quarantine selfie of her own, commented, "Here for this covid curl," under Grande's picture on Instagram. Rapper Lil Nas X wrote, "Beautiful." And the R&B duo Chloe X Halle praised Grande and commented, "So beautiful."

Ariana Grande is known for her sleek ponytails

Ariana Grande's signature look, of course, is the high pony. The pop star's hairstylist decided to style Grande's hair in a ponytail after she had to continuously dye her hair red for a role. The damage made it difficult for the singer to hold any other hairstyle, as the singer explained in a lengthy post on Facebook in 2014.


"I had to bleach my hair and dye it red every other week for the first 4 years of playing Cat... as one would assume, that completely destroyed my hair," she wrote. "My real hair is back to brown and I wear extensions but I wear it in a ponytail because my actual hair is so broken that it looks absolutely ratchet and absurd when I let it down."

Grande's hairstylist Josh Lui has been working over the years to restore her natural curls. Lui commented, "Yes mam! Curly gurlyyy," under the curly hair selfie. The "Dreamin" singer responded, "Thank u for always putting the curls and their health first !!! ily."