There's only one way to find out if a hairstyle would look as good on you as it does on Ariana Grande: You have to try it! Granted that her extra-long high ponytail needs a bit of effort (and a lot of hair extensions) to perfect, the end result makes all that hair-pulling and polishing worthwhile. You could even skip the extensions altogether and give it your own spin! Here are celebrity-approved pegs to screenshot for future reference:
1. Chie Filomeno
Instead of brushing away your baby hairs that are out of place, sculpt them into a slight curve with a small brush to show them off!
2. Kate Valdez
Big hair never fails to make a statement—even when it's up. Before gathering your strands into a high pony, create loose curls with a large curling barrel to add texture to your locks. After tying it, split the ponytail in half until both sides are even!
3. Regine Velasquez
Because there's no such thing as too much drama, level up your ponytail game with—wait for it—crystals. Attach the small gems with washable glue (eyelash glue works, too!) and get ready for your kira-kira shot!
4. Vivoree Esclito
Yes, an Ariana-inspired look can also be done with mid-length hair. Change it up with small textured curls and loose tendrils on each side of your face to tone down the drama.
5. Liza Soberano
This straight and sleek look on Liza is a classic everyone can pull off. That said, it does involve a hefty amount of hair extensions!
6. Kyline Alcantara
Your extensions don't always need to look invisible. In fact, you might as well show them off and leave them hanging from a chain—literally.
7. Kim Chiu
If you're not skilled with a curling wand or want a bit of that K-Pop star vibe, whip out those rubber elastics and cop Kim Chiu's bubble ponytail.
8. Toni Gonzaga
Not ready for a heavy ponytail? Angle yours a little lower like Toni Gonzaga's.
9. Ylona Garcia
Take advantage of naturally long hair and gather your tied strands into a chunky braid.
10. Nadine Lustre
Add some drama to your updo with two cornrow braids on your crown, which end where your ponytail starts.