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The Most Daring Beauty Looks from Last Night's Grammy Awards

  • The Most Daring Beauty Looks from Last Night's Grammy Awards
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  • Katy Perry
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    Katy Perry

    Hairstylist Renato Campora gave the singer’s locks grip with Herbal Essences’ new Naked Dry Shampoo ($8), then wrapped her strands into a thick, twisted bun.

  • Rita Ora
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    Rita Ora

    We told you purple was having a moment: Ora paired her shimmery Lanvin gown with mismatched lilac liner—and colorful nail artMakeup artist Kathy Jeung used Sephora’s Waterproof Jumbo Liner ($10) in No. 30 Purple Matte to line the singer’s eyes.

  • Ciara
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    Ciara

    Hairstylist Cesar Ramirez gave the singer’s hair tons of texture—try Sachajuan’s Volume Powder ($32)—then tucked her collarbone-length locks into a faux bob.

  • Anna Kendrick
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    Anna Kendrick

    Makeup artist Vanessa Scali gave the actress a subtle smoky eye with Maybelline’s Eye Studio Color Tattoo Cream Eyeshadows ($6) in Barely Branded and Bad to the Bronze.

  • Beyonce
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    Beyonce

    Even Beyonce likes matching her nails and lips. Manicurist Lisa Logan applied Formula X for Sephora’s New Classics Polish ($11) in Pedal to the Metal under a glittery coat of the brand’s Lusters Polish ($13) in Atom + Eve.

  • Taylor Swift
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    Taylor Swift

    Swift’s textured ponytail grounded her silver, floor-length Gucci Premiere gown and showed off her highlighted cheekbones.

  • Lorde
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    Lorde

    The singer’s dark, burgundy lip color came courtesy of makeup artist Amber Dreadon and three different hues: she layered M.A.C.’s Lip Pencil ($15) in Vino under a mixture of the brand’s Lipstick ($15) in Heroine and Cyber.

  • Madonna
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    Madonna

    Who says hats are only for cold weather? Hairstylist Andy Lecompte gave Madonna shiny waves to make her wide-brimmed hat red carpet-appropriate.

  • Chrissy Teigen
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    Chrissy Teigen

    Craving the model’s messy locks? Hairstylist Giannandrea used Macadamia Oil’s Dry Shampoo ($25) and a one-inch curling iron to get the enviable texture.

  • Anna Faris
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    Anna Faris

    Makeup artist George Eisdell mixed “a few different shades of gray to create a soft smoky eye.” That included Chanel's Soft Touch Eye Shadow ($29) in Slate, Bobbi Brown’s Eyeshadow ($22) in Gray, and Laura Mercier’s Eye Color ($23) in Vanilla Nuts for dimension.

  • Pink
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    Pink

    The singer rocked a nude lip and gray smoky eye courtesy of makeup artist Kate Lee.

  • Alicia Keys
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    Alicia Keys

    Keys complemented her plunging Armani Prive gown with healthy, glowing skin. Try Olay’s Quench Body Lotion with Shimmer ($6) to score a similar finish.

  • Sarah Hyland
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    Sarah Hyland

    The bedhead up-do strikes again! Hairstylist Ryan Richman gave the Modern Family actress’ just-curled hair a messy finish with Osmo Essence Clay Wax ($13), then pulled her locks into a chignon.

  • Kelly Osbourne
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    Kelly Osbourne

    Osbourne wore a smooth blowout and doll-like lashes courtesy of hairstylist Ryan Randall and makeup artist Denika Bedrossian.

From Katy Perry’s twisted bun to Rita Ora’s colorful liner, the beauty looks you can’t miss from last night’s Grammy Awards!

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