We loved breaking down the best beauty looks from the SAG Awards and Golden Globes. However, the Grammys might just be our favorite award show to cover, in large part because all bets are off when it comes to hair and makeup on the red carpet. With the 59th annual Grammy Awards in full swing, we've compiled the best Grammy beauty looks from this year's show, and, spoiler alert, the hair and makeup looks are swoon-worthy, to say the least.
While we can't wait to see the much-buzzed-about performances as well as who takes home the awards, our first order of business is breaking down the beauty trends from the 2017 Grammy Awards red carpet. With the theme of the night being glossy nude lips, berry-stained pouts, and romantic updos were seen on many of tonight's contenders as well.
For the full breakdown of the most head-turning hair and makeup looks at the Grammy Awards and how to re-create them for yourself, click on the slideshow below.
Adele arrived at the 2017 Grammys rocking her iconic cat eye by way of Marc Jacobs's Beauty Magic Marc'er Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Blacquer ($30)—and makeup artist Michael Ashton's skills, of course.
J.Lo turned it out on the red carpet with her go-to beauty look: bronzed cheeks courtesy of the L'Oréal Infallible Total Cover Concealing and Contour Kit ($17), says makeup artist Mary Phillips, and sleek straight strands thanks to L'Oréal Hair Expert Nutri-Gloss High Shine Glossing Mist ($6), which hair stylist Lorenzo Martin says added an ultra-chic shine to Lopez's locks.
A little bit edgy and a whole lot of glam, Perry's latest look inspires us to pair a glittery lid with a fuchsia lip, which, according to Perry's makeup artist, Anthony H. Nguyen, is a mix of CoverGirl Katy Kat Matte in Crimson Cat ($9) and Katy Kat Pearl in Reddy to Pounce ($7). The perfect pink, no?
As evidenced by her rainbow lids and berry-stained pout by way of Marc Jacobs Beauty Le Marc Lip Crème in Boy Gorgeous ($30), we can always count on Gaga and makeup artist Sarah Tanno for some serious makeup inspiration. And as for her voluminous rose gold pony, you can achieve similar heights with the help of Ghd Total Volume Foam ($24), which, according to hair stylist Frederic Aspiras, was massaged into the singer's hair while it was still damp.
Halsey highlighted her new platinum pixie with fluttery lashes and a fresh face.
Cabello's flawless complexion and signature waves stunned on the Grammys red carpet. Her hairstylist, Marcus Francis, gave us the lowdown on her signature locks, which came by way of a 1.5-inch curling iron and Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($22) for extra volume. To finish off the look, Cabelo's makeup artist, Allan Avendaño, evened out her skin tone with Burt's Bees BB Cream ($15) and added a hint of color to her lips with Burt's Bees Tinted Lip Oil in Whispering Orchid ($9).
Klum proved her ability to pull off just about any hair color with her effortlessly styled brond 'do on the Grammys red carpet.
Nude, glossy lips seem to be the theme of the 2017 Grammys red carpet and for good reason. Cox showed us how to do the lip style right with a slicked-back high pony and graphically lined eyes.
Teigen did away with her signature long locks and rocked a texturized blunt lob courtesy of Jen Atkin and her Ouai Wave Spray ($26). According to makeup artist Patrick Ta, he created an allover golden glow thanks to St. Tropez's new Express Bronzing Mist ($70). As for Teigen's face makeup, Ta applied foundation via The MakeupDrop ($20) and polished off Teigen's cheeks with Sephora Collection Colorful Blush in Hysterical ($14), a bronzy blush with a hint of rose.
You can always count on Underwood to bring the glam to the red carpet. At the show, she sported a sultry smoky eye with the perfect nude lip.
Jackson's bold brows and tousled blond locks made for the perfect red carpet beauty look.
Model Nicole Trunfio looked Grammy-ready with a crimson-colored pout and low-slung pony.
Ballerini opted for beach waves and a heavily bronzed beauty look at the award show.
Cavallari sported a classic smoky eye with an oversize pony on the red carpet.