Demi Lovato’s Cascading Waves for the PCAs Were Achieved Using This $40 Hairstyling Tool

Plus, more of their glam from the 2020 E! People's Choice Awards.

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato hosted the 2020 People’s Choice Awards with unmatched confidence and waist-length hairstyles to remember (yes, there was a hair swap). Making their hosting debut at the highly-publicized awards show, the Confident singer daringly ditched their comfort zone by switching up their go-to blunt bob for extra long hair to envy.

Ahead, take a look at all of their glam from the night.

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Raven Hair and Red Monochromatic Glam

While the singer heated up the live red carpet in a shimmery Naeem Khan ensemble (which they matched to their eyeshadow), we couldn't keep our eyes off their dark, below-waist tresses styled by celebrity hairstylist Paul Norton.

According to Norton, the hostess’ look, that featured a sleek and sharp side part, was perfected using a Narrow Dressing Brush ($40) by ghd.

Narrow Dressing Brush
ghd Narrow Dressing Brush $40.00
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Blonde Bombshell Swap

Making long hair their signature for TVs biggest night in pop culture, the 28-year-old beauty kickstarted the evening with a fabulous champagne-colored gown by Elie Saab and blonde tresses to match. Now, this is how you pull off a hair swap.

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Lash Spotlight

Giving us early inspiration for our holiday glam, makeup artist Rokael shared on his social media that Demi’s fabulous and flirty lashes were courtesy of his new holiday collection that drops "super soon."

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Their Hair Secret

Seemingly glowing from within, the hostess with the mostest dazzled as they kept the energy going at the star-studded awards show. We especially loved how their loose wave hair—achieved using OGX Beauty—that perfectly popped on their NYE-inspired silver gown giving us some serious 2021 vibes.

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A Final Blonde Moment

Styled by Siena Montesano, Lovato shutdown the awards as a blonde bombshell. The middle-part and sleek roots that fall into cascading waves deserved another look, don't you think?

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