Celebrities Who Look Completely Different With Their Natural Hair

  
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As a celebrity, it’s important to be able to change your look to suit a certain role. Whether it be for a red carpet appearance or a new film, celebrities must undergo quite a few style and beauty transitions throughout their careers, which often begins with their hair! You’d be surprised how some of your favorite celebs looked before they were launched into the spotlight, so follow along for 12 celebrities who look completely different with their natural hair:

12. Ariana Grande

You likely recognize Ariana Grande for her signature sleek and shiny ponytail. She’s made this her trademark over the years, but you’ll be surprised to know her natural hair is actually quite curly. In January 2014, the singer revealed that she always wears her hair in a ponytail like this because her natural hair is quite damaged. “I had to bleach my hair and dye it red every other week for the first 4 years of playing Cat…as one would assume, that completely destroyed my hair… My real hair is back to brown and I wear extensions, but I wear it in a ponytail because my actual hair is so broken that it looks absolutely ratchet and absurd when I let it down.”

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11. Amy Adams

Many of the redheaded celebs you’ve come to know and love are shockingly not redheads at all! Amy Adams, for example, is a natural blonde and was cast in Vegas, alongside another blonde in which she was required to dye her hair to make the distinction between them more apparent. “She’s tan with these beautiful lioness green eyes and this mane of blonde hair,” Adams explained in 2012. “And I looked at her and me, with my pale freckles, and thought, Gee, I wonder which one of us is going to go red!” She also explained the shift in hair color changed the types of roles she was accepted for and the entire trajectory of her career. “People began to see me in a different way, for different roles,” she shared with People.

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