Hello, gorgeous! The 2019 Grammy Awards took Downtown Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium by storm on Sunday, February 10, and we can’t stop thinking about the glitz, the glam and the statement-making hair, makeup and nails on the red carpet. (Here’s who actually won every award! Read on to see who “won” our top picks in the beauty department.)
The night was an occasion to celebrate icons — from 73-year-old Dolly Parton, to Diana Ross, celebrating her 75th birthday. The stars of pop, rock and country followed suit, displaying looks fit for royalty. Case in point: Cardi B rocked a vintage Thierry Mugler gown for a look that harkened to mind 1980’s Madonna and The Little Mermaid’s Ursula. JLo hit the red carpet with a hat the size of her native Bronx. Some looks were just totally wild!
Likewise, Tracee Ellis Ross wore her hair in dramatic braids that grazed her knees and Cardi B adorned her nails with no less than 200 Swarovski crystals. The dudes brought the drama too; few wore the requisite tux — check out every hot guy in suits here for https://www.usmagazine.com/stylish/pictures/grammys 2019 red carpet fashion hot men in suits tuxes/!
There’s a lot to see when it comes to the hottest hair and makeup that graced the Grammys red carpet. Scroll through to see the top 10 looks of the night, ranked by Gwen Flamberg, our executive editor of beauty and style, then shop the products!
10. H.E.R.’s Glitter Part
Shine on: the best R&B Album and R&B Performance double winner brought a little extra sparkle to the party, wearing an unexpected hair part lined in silver rhinestones.
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9. Cardi B’s Crystal Nails
Bring the bling! Leave it to the singer to rock a manicure encrusted with over 200 Swarovski crystals. Nail artist Jenny Bui Opens a New Window. applied OPI Gel Polish in Machu Peach-u Opens a New Window. for the foundation of the look, then affixed 15-20 small Swarovski crystals around large center stones. Now that’s ‘Money’, baby!
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8. Bebe Rexha’s Edgy Updo
A ‘do to die for! Stylist Ursula Stephen Opens a New Window. created a “gritty half-up style” for the ‘I Got You’ singer and the imperfect nature of it makes it super easy to achieve. After prepping hair with TRESemme Thermal Creations Blow Dry Balm Opens a New Window. from roots to ends and spritzing with TRESemme’s Thermal Creations Blow Dry Accelerator Spray Opens a New Window. , Stephen rough-dried locks using a paddle brush to smooth. Then, she sprayed Love Beauty and Planet’s Coconut Milk & White Jasmine Medium Hold & Volume Spray Opens a New Window. on before flat ironing hair to add hold. For added grit, she shot a generous dose of Dove Care Between Invisible Dry Shampoo Opens a New Window. , then started weaving the half-up style in the back.
7. Tracee Ellis Ross’ mile-long braids
Hair down to there! The Black-ish star relied on the show’s Department Head of Hair Araxi Lindsay to style her locks and wow, did they turn heads! Ross, whose mother, Diana Ross, was honored at the Grammys, walked the red carpet in a bright green Ralph & Russo pantsuit and braids that landed just above her knees. In subtle contrast, makeup artist Lisa Storey brought out Ross’ eyes with the bronze and platinum hues in Pat McGrath Labs MothershipV Bronze Seduction Eye Palette Opens a New Window. and adorned lips with the “long-lasting nude” Mattetrance Lipstick in 1995 Opens a New Window. with a swipe of Lust Gloss Opens a New Window. in Bronze Divinity “for the ultimate golden sparkle.”
6. Janelle Monae’s Bold Lashes
What better look for the Dirty Computer singer than a ladylike space alien? Monae’s makeup artist Jessica Smalls describes the look “as if an extraterrestrial landed on earth and attended the Grammys.” The eyes had it, including a “hit of gold shadow” on lids and gorgeous, fluttery lashes. For the fringe, Smalls used Lashify “B” Gossamers Opens a New Window. , applying 16mm clusters at the center of each eye, 14mm ones on each side and 12mm lashes at the outer corners, for a rounded, wide-eyed shape.
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