Ariana Grande's Favorite $30 Hair Clips Are Coming To Sephora

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Update: Ariana Grande is celebrating a lot this week. Today is the fifth anniversary of her hit single "Break Free," the rest of her Sweetener/ Thank U, Next tour dates just went on sale, and it was recently announced that her favorite hair accessory will be available at Sephora before summer ends.
The $30 Kitsch x Justine Marjan hair clips Grande uses to accessorize her signature ponytail might be a fan-favorite, but they're also pretty hard to come by. So, when it was announced that the rhinestone barrettes — along with the rest of hairstylist Justine Marjan's trendy accessories collection — will hit Sephora shelves this September, we went ahead and set our calendar alerts.
Since Grande is preparing to wrap the first leg of her tour in early August — and won't take the stage again in the U.S. until November — that means you'll have just enough time to grab a few of these before you hear her croon, "Boy, you're such a dream..."
This story was originally published on March 19, 2019.
Ariana Grande kicked off the opening night of her Sweetener world tour with everything fans could've hoped for from the superstar — including a Mac Miller tribute, enough lunar visuals to convince everyone to work for NASA, and, of course, her signature ponytail.
But Grande didn't just throw her hair into her usual updo and call it a day. With the help of her go-to hairstylist, Josh Liu, and some affordable hair clips, Grande brought some bling to the big night — and it paid off.
While pearl pins were Grande's accessory of choice for her Dangerous Woman tour back in 2016, this year she and Liu opted for bedazzled, snap-on clips instead. Grande's been a fan of the pre-K hair trend since last summer, just before she dropped her album. You know, around the same time she and Pete Davidson loved lollipops, bought an apartment in Chelsea, and shopped at Sephora.
Liu tells Refinery29 that the snap-on hair clips are from hairstylist Justin Marjan's most recent collaboration with Kitsch. But unlike the savagely expensive lifestyle Grande has boasted about as of late, these accessories ring in at just under $30. The only thing better than a woman who can afford seven Tiffany & Co. engagement rings for her friends (and one for herself) is the same woman who picks up her diamond hair clips at Ulta.
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