Our favourite artists shined on the 66th Grammy Awards red carpet in Los Angeles, with a number of notable hair and make-up looks worthy of music’s biggest night. Featuring dark burgundy and fire-truck engine shades, red was a trending hair and lip colour at the ceremony, along with make-up stylings like smokey eyes, dewy skin, and glossy lips. Here, we’re bookmarking some of our favourite beauty looks from the 2024 Grammys.
Sometimes classic make-up makes the best statement, as evidenced by Olivia Rodrigo’s elegant red ombré lip and bold liner look.
Best New Artist winner Victoria Monét’s ’90s-inspired updo and face-framing tendrils—styled by Davontae Washington using Wella Professionals—made an elegant statement on the Grammys red carpet. Her bronzed make-up look was crafted by celebrity artist Alexander Echeverri using M.A.C Cosmetics.
With dark crimson waves and effortless smoky liner, Dua Lipa is giving us plenty of beauty inspiration for the season.
It’s hard to go wrong with a classic red lip, especially when it matches a stunning gown like Kylie Minogue’s.
We’re loving Coco Jones’s carefree updo and radiant glow, which expertly complements her shimmery, deep-V gown. “I created a bronze glowy glam for Coco Jones at the Grammys using L'Oréal Paris products," artist Diana Shin says in a statement. "I wanted to keep the make-up clean and beautiful to complement her glamour dress.” Jones's twinkling manicure was painted by artist Sreynin Peng using OPI.
Billie Eilish used vibrant red roots as a beauty accent to her streamlined black, white, and Barbie pink look.
Created by celebrity artist Deanna Paley using Pat McGrath Labs essentials, SZA's make-up looked ethereal on stage and off. We're betting the star's liner and gloss products were pulled from her highly anticipated make-up line that was revealed on Instagram stories ahead of the Grammy Awards.
The glamour! The volume! Miley Cyrus’s super-teased curls brought the best kind of drama to the Grammys red carpet with a hair tease created by stylist Bob Recine using Nexxus. "For the Grammys, we decided we wanted something dry and bigger, more fuller hair, but sexy and tousled and touchable,” he said in a statement.
Cyrus kept her make-up fairly simple, with chiseled cheekbones, a nude lip, and a subtle cat-eye flick by artist James Kaliardos.
Doja Cat’s pigmented red lip and dark roots contrasted perfectly with her blonde coils. Plus, the rapper’s painterly brows and winged liner added to the overall edginess of her Grammys look.
Another star that got the red lip memo at this year’s awards, Taylor Swift stunned with sideswept waves accented by an undone French braid.
Polished finger waves and statement smokey eyes? Count us in on Fantasia’s 2024 Grammys glam.
We’re sliving for Paris Hilton’s waist-length hair and shimmery lids.
Singer Ayra Starr’s vibrant, petal-pink blush is a standout, especially paired with sleek hair and a center part. Her hair look was created by celebrity stylist Sean Fears using As I Am.
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Lana Del Rey’s oversize hair bow added an extra romantic touch to her monochromatic outfit. The star's hair look was created by Olaplex global ambassador and celebrity colorist Jacob Schwartz, with skincare and make-up created by Etienne Ortega for Charlotte Tilbury.
We’re obsessed with Janelle Monaé’s sculpted eye and pixie cut, which was styled by Nikki Nelms for Maui Moisture.
Celebrity make-up artist, Moani Lee, crafted Kacey Musgraves's timeless red carpet beauty look using Ilia. “The silhouette of Kacey’s custom couture dress by Schiaparelli was beautifully statuesque and sensual. I was inspired by a softer hazy feel to her makeup whilst keeping a beautiful sculpted pull," Lee says in a statement. "I wanted to focus on a satin finish to her skin to anchor this look and keep it really fresh and modern.” The star's hair was crafted by stylist Giovanni Delgado using Nexxus products.
This piece originally appeared on Harper's Bazaar US.