Before the day ends can we please talk about Ariana Grande and her British Vogue cover? Because dang, we didn’t recognize her… in a good way.
Gone is the signature made-up face with sharp winged eyeliner as well as her high ponytail. On the cover, her hair was down in loose waves, she had no eyeshadow, but rather just stuck to a no-makeup makeup look complete with faux freckles.
And it also comes with a fitting cover description, “The year that changed everything.” In the cover story, she talked about what she went through including how she dealt with post-traumatic stress disorder after the Manchester bombing. Ariana also talked about how she just got up and running when she produced her new album, Sweetener.
It was a roller coaster year for this performer, but when it comes to this change, we all love it.
Photo courtesy of British Vogue
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