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Ponytail expert Ariana Grande strikes again. The singer shocked fans with her latest hairstyle without even needing to take out her hair elastic. In a new photo from the “Dangerous Woman” tour, Grande takes her trademark high pony to the next level with oversized pearl hair accessories.
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Stylist César Ramirêz shared the look on Instagram, with Grande in mid-Vogue with a set of six pearls running down her hair. “Ariana’s stage costumes are all so structurally interesting and fit perfectly with each number in the show; I wanted to add a touch of flair to complete the costumes,” Ramirêz tells Yahoo Beauty.
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The best part? Fellow celebrity stylist Jen Atkin recognized the accessories immediately as the Pearl Pin Set from her collaboration with Chloe + Isabel. “Omfg is that chloe and Isabel???? I’ll die,” she commented on the photo. Apparently even Khloé Kardashian’s hairstylist can get a little starstruck. Do you blame her?
This isn’t the first time Atkin’s accessories have appeared on a celeb. Maisie Williams’s high bun on the Golden Globes red carpet was finished with a Chloe + Isabel Shiny Silver Bun Cuff. But with Grande taking her bobby pins on an international tour, hair accessories are about to be very in.
The Pearl Pin Set, which retails for the very non-celeb price of $38, includes nine rose gold bobby pins decorated with oversized pearls. If they look preppy at first glance, just do a double take at Ariana’s all-black look; clearly, the woman makes the pearls and not vice versa.
“I love how the iridescent pearls reflect on stage and also compliment not only the ponytail but the overall look. It’s also reminiscent of the ’60’s style, which is Ariana’s favorite era of style right now,” Ramirêz says of working with hair accessories for “Dangerous Woman” tour style.
The golden rule for hair accessories to keep it “simple but interesting,” says Ramirêz. He advises women to stick with one color — like all gold or all silver — and skip other accessories that could overwhelm the look. With a little luck and some chic hairpins, we can all channel Grande on stage.