Hair equipment like ribbons and sparkly barrettes have been having fun with a serious second, and Attract‘s digital hair editor, Jihan Forbes, does not see that second ending any time quickly. “One thing tells me we’re about to see people go all-out and get actually inventive with hair equipment,” she lately predicted — and I am sort of freaked out about her psychic powers as a result of that is precisely what Ariana Grande did in her new video for the track “7 Rings.”

Amassing hundreds of thousands of views in only a few hours, the video exhibits Grande sporting a number of totally different hairstyles, together with her signature super-long, super-high ponytail — with and and not using a ribbon on the base. However whereas the track mentions all of the diamond rings she’s purchased, Grande will need to have had a number of too many diamond earrings on set to put on on simply her ears, as a result of it seems a pair ended up in her hair.

Grande is seen crawling on a kitchen counter with rooty pink hair, half of it down in an extended, straight model, and half of it up in area buns that resemble the cat-ear headbands she’s so keen on. Secured on these buns as in the event that they had been precise ears are a pair of extravagant earrings with 5 arched rows of diamonds that give method to dangling, draped chains of extra diamonds. (I imply, they could possibly be rhinestones, however the track is about spending cash, so that they’re at the least supposed to be diamonds.) She even wears conventional (but in addition diamond-covered) barrettes beneath them as a result of, as beforehand talked about, hair equipment are having a second.


These earring-bedazzled buns aren’t the one manner Grande bought inventive with jewels for her “7 Rings” magnificence. One particularly pink look is topped off with a gem — in all probability a diamond — in the course of her higher lip. (It is a very cool thought, however I might be in fixed concern of by accident swallowing it.)


It makes good sense that this video would have a number of daring magnificence appears to be like. Though the track is arguably in regards to the joys of being financially safe sufficient to purchase regardless of the hell you need, the lyrics are stuffed with magnificence references. Along with mentioning lashes and tattoos, she says, “My gloss is poppin'” (a throwback to Lil Mama) and, “My smile is beamin’, my pores and skin is gleamin’,” even cheekily admitting to sporting hair extensions when she says, “You want my hair? Gee, thanks, simply purchased it.”

Get a number of magnificence inspo from Grande and her “bitches” within the video under:

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