From Ariana Grande's Curls to Ricky Martin's Pink 'Do, Who Has the Best Quarantine Hair? Vote!

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Ariana Grande attends the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018 in New York City.

Artists' hair routines have drastically changed over the last couple of months, whether they're going back to the basics or experimenting with new dyes. But whose new quarantine 'do are you feeling the most?

Halsey, Ariana Grande, Jessie J and JoJo Siwa brought their natural curls out to play this season. But while Jessie J requested recommendations for "good vegan and cruelty-free hair products" for her "messy" locks, DJ Khaled contributed to his own meme about his unkempt salt-and-pepper hair and beard. "THEY DONT WANT ME TO GET A HAIRCUT!" he wrote on Instagram in his distinctive voice. Although Scooter Braun teased him about looking rough with his "Survivor season 92" comment, Blake Shelton had nothing to fear after his girlfriend Gwen Stefani cut and styled his mullet on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Meanwhile, Dua Lipa switched up her half-blonde, half-black signature style by dying the top half hot pink earlier this month with the help of her boyfriend Anwar Hadid before transforming into "orangina quarantina" with her bright orange bangs she debuted Sunday. Ricky Martin also hopped on the hot-pink trend after his son picked out the "Red Passion" color, but Hilary Duff's been feeling blue during this social-distancing period.

So who's slaying the quarantine hair game? Scroll through the stars' latest looks and vote below!

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