If Ariana Grande Swapped Her Ponytail For Other Celebrities' Signature Hairstyles, Because She'd Look Sweet With Miley's Pixie Cut

BURBANK, CA - AUGUST 18: Singer Ariana Grande performs on The Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater on August 18, 2014 in Burbank, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Clear Channel)
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Oh, the Ariana Grande ponytail. What was once a ‘do worn strictly in the '60s and at the gym has now become a hair sensation. She wears a huge ponytail on the top of her head pretty much everywhere. At the VMAs. In her music videos.  All over her Instagram. Seriously, she's almost NEVER spotted without it. Thanks, Ariana Grande, for bringing this easy-but-stylish look back in our lives.

There have been a few times she's mixed it up and kept things exciting with other types of styles. Remember her red hair on Sam and Cat? But, for the most part, she's stuck with the same 'do. And who can blame her? It works for her, so she rocks it. 

Yeah, the high ponytail is basically her signature, but what would she look like with other celebrities' hair? After all, she's done so many collaborations that she's MUST have thought of what she'd look like wearing one of Nicki Minaj's colorful wigs before. Thanks to a neat little tool called Photoshop, there's no need to imagine anymore. 

From a Miley's bold pixie cut to Lauren Conrad's ombré waves, here's how Grande looks rocking six other signature celebrity hairstyles.

 1. Kim Kardashian 

Not bad, Grande. Not bad. 

2. Nicki Minaj

They should probably just stick to "Bang Bang" when it comes to collabs

3. Nicki Minaj... Again (Because She Has WAY Too Many 'Dos)

My anaconda don't want none of that.

4. Miley Cyrus

Eh, still not feeling it. Miley may not be the best person to go to for hair advice. 

5. Taylor Swift


Better. Much better. She'll be baking with T. Swift and Karlie Kloss in no time.

6. Lauren Conrad

And that's how you rock wavy hair. *Cues "Come Clean"/"Unwritten"/any other Lauren Conrad theme song.*

Images: Getty Images/Tess Yocom

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