Ariana Grande is an American singer, songwriter and actress. She was born in the year 1993, on the 26th of June. Her acting career took of in 2010 when she joined the set of Victorious on Nickelodeon channel where she played the role of Cat Valentine.
While she was playing the role of Cat Valentine on Nickelodeon, Ariana Grande had to dye her hair red. The red color was dyed even down to the roots of her hair in order to give it a more natural look.
Ariana Grande as Cat Valentine
Ariana Grande is known for her signature hairstyle which is a ponytail. She has been rocking this hairstyle for over ten years. When she was questioned about her constant choice to wear a ponytail, Ariana explained that the red colored dye she put in her hair while working for Nickelodeon damaged her hair starting from the roots. She explained that wearing her hair in a ponytail helped reduce the damage.
Despite the fact that she wears the same hairstyle all the time, Ariana Grande still manages to switch up the hairstyle once in a while by adding hair accessories. Her fashion sense also helps to take attention away from her hair. Ariana Grande has a childlike but classy approach to fashion, and it works well for her.
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