Ariana Grande is unrecognisable with new 70s-style curtain bangs

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The news of the summer has been revealed: after approximately four years of waiting, the Queen Beyoncé has announced the release of a brand new upcoming album *cue the sirens*. But that is not all...

Ariana Grande, our other Queen [of hitting high notes], has only gone and got 70s-inspired curtain bangs (that's a fringe to us British folk)! Aaand not only that, but she's wearing her hair down, too.

OK, so, before we delve straight into the 'do, let me provide you with a bit of context. Less than 24 hours ago, Ariana's very own skincare and makeup brand, r.e.m. beauty, dropped their third set of products named 'chapter 3'. Of course, with any new product launch, there comes a bunch of promotional campaign images, which brings me to the hair.

As we can see in the above Instagram post announcing chapter three, the 'Thank U, Next' singer is wearing her hair down with the top section of hair pinned back. It's such a different look in comparison to her trademark sky-high ponytail.

Then, to frame the face, celebrity hairstylist Josh Liu (aka the brains behind this beauty look) has added a full fringe to Ari's head of hair that sweeps to either side of her face. It's giving us all the That 70s Show vibes. In fact, we think she kind of looks like Jackie Burkhart, wouldn't you agree?

As always, we cannot be certain whether the fringe is real or a clip-in extension piece but either way, they do look uh-ma-zin'. Plus, even if they are fake, it's always good inspo to try clip-ins yourself before taking the *dreaded* plunge! Do not even get me started on the amount of times I've regretted a big hair chop.

With Ari's new style added to the roster of ever-changing celebrities hair looks, all we need now is for Dua Lipa to go blonde. Oh wait, I think she already has... NVM.

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