The Only 8 Hair Moments You Need to See at Grammys 2019
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Whereas the Oscar’s are safe and chic, the Grammy’s is the firey wild child of awards season and hands down the most fun award show when it comes to celebrities’ mane game. We can always rely on musicians to turn up the beauty looks and bring the spicy to styles paired with equally standout outfit choices. Take a look at the eight best looks of the night, as seen on some of our fave celebs.
Though the queen of natural debuted slicked back hair on the red carpet, she didn’t have to compromise her voluminous texture, in this look by hairdresser go-to Marcia Hamilton. For curls this mega, make sure to add a diffuser attachment to your dryer, scrunching as you go.
Cesar Styles used IGK products to whip up this perfectly off-duty updo for the youngest Kardashain-Jenner sister. The piecey look perfectly complimented her structured pink jumpsuit.
A safety pin crown sits elegant and unexpected on Janelle Monáe’s elegant updo slayed by celeb stylist Nikki Nelms, using Maui Moisture.
We love that Miley let her waves down – it’s like we can feel the Mailbu sun through her highlights. For curls that are coiffed and controlled, create a diagonal part and work in gel at the crown. THE Bob Recine was the mastermind behind the gratifyingly understated style.
Hitting the red carpet with Offest, Cardi B has literally emerged from her shell courtesy of longtime stylist Tokyo Stylez. The Bronx native wrapped pearls around an updated beehive – crossed with a chignon – for truly playful glam.
Stylist Frederic Aspiras let Gaga’s roots go, a striking contrast against the platinum, for rock star meets Hollywood glam.
Camila’s pony is the best accessory. To copy the look no matter your length, add a curl at the ends for Havana-worthy movement, like stylist Dimitri Giannetos did.
Chris Appleton created a lux, down-to-there pony for J.Lo using hot tools by ghd.