Ariana Grande's Haircut Photo Sends A Message To Her Exes

Ariana Grande Finally Got A Breakup Haircut!

Ariana Grande Finally Got A Breakup Haircut!

And as much as we're loving the drama of Saturday Night Live digs and everyone's new favorite breakup anthem, as beauty lovers ourselves, our favorite move in this chess game might just be the most subtle yet: Ariana's post-breakup haircut.

The 25-year-old singer has rocked her signature high pony hairstyle ever since her first single "The Way" was released in 2013, but on Thursday she took to Instagram to show off her new shorter choppy hairdo by sharing a selfie in the auto using the bunny filter.

While Grande has experimented with different hairstyles recently ― she famously wore her hair down during her red carpet debut with Davidson at the MTV Video Music Awards ― her fans were still predictably shook by the switch-up.

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The No Tears Left To Cry hitmaker unveiled a fresh new look that will seemingly not see her tying up her hair in that iconic ponytail for a while.

Although her style has gone through "an evolution", she admitted she felt comfortable with the look and compared it to the feeling the Victoria's Secret models must get when they put their Angel wings on. "Tried a weave because I am working on a new project and want to try some different looks and literally wanted to rip my scalp off".

The 25-year-old edited her image with an adorable rabbit filter but her new haircut was distinctly "au naturel". I don't know if she's that girl. "Every time I tie it up is like the first time". Grande also opted to make a chart-topping single about it.

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