The Grammy Awards 2021 |  Best hair and makeup moments


Los Angeles, California on March 14 She attends the 63rd Grammy Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California photo by Kevin Mazurgetty Images for Recording Academy

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While many musicians and celebrities chose to stay home this year for the Grammy Awards, many again brought their A-game to the red carpet tonight with looks they’ve probably been dying to show off ever since. the start of the pandemic. From graphic nails and intricate designs to perfectly primed hair and sparkles all over, these are the beauty looks that you will want to master as we are able to reunite outside of our humble abodes.

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Stallion Megan Thee


Grammy Award-winning artist Megan Thee is having her time and looking great doing it! With a beautiful updo styled by Kellon Deryck using Dyson and makeup perfected by Priscilla Ono, we are the real winners of the night and are honored to be living in the same era as Meg.


Doja cat

Always ready to push the limits, Doja Cat brought the party front and back with a killer mullet styled by Jared “JStayReady” Henderson using Joico, a grungy smokey eye using Shiseido – skin prep with Dermaflash Luxe – by makeup artist Ernesto Casillas and sharp, pointy nails by Saccia.


Billie Eilish

Billie’s natural beauty look was created using Milk Makeup by MUA Robert Rumsey with claws made by Tammy Taylor to reflect the matching look that is whatever we wanted.



If there’s one thing she’s going to do, it’s wear sunglasses. These Bonnie Clyde lavender shades were a match made in heaven with her sparkling purple lids created by Marissa Vossen and beautiful long waves styled by Nina Monique.


Love her nails

SHE continued her moment of correspondence with her plum mauve nails crafted by Chaun Legend.


Tiara Thomas

Fulani braids and a sun-kissed tan flap? Tiara Thomas predicted the summer look we’re dying for.


Phoebe bridgers

Elton John might be ready to fight someone since Phoebe Bridgers lost at the Grammys (don’t worry, we are too), but she’s a winner in our hearts with platinum blonde hair that everyone in. quarantine tried to create. She added a bold lip to bring the look closer.



We cry because Lizzo loves us! Her longtime hairstylist Shelby Swain used Matrix and ghd Hair to give us the simple Gen Z centerpiece of our dreams that featured a light coating of sparkles that almost shone as brightly as she did.


Harry Styles

Question: How can I become Harry Styles’ neck draped green boa? I can watch her tousled hair and glass skin all night long.


Lizzo (again!)

Lizzo showed up with not one, but TWO iconic looks. This time we are NOW looking for chunky flip flop rhinestone barrettes. Her flawless look was created by equally talented Alexx Mayo, using DERMAFLASH Luxe to prepare the skin camera and Charlotte Tilbury for the subtle beat.


Jhené Aiko

Nominated for six Grammys, Jhené has something to smile about. Bringing her signature glamor to the red carpet, her edges have been carefully styled in a swirling pattern that matches the long cascading braids that fall in waves at the ends.


Dua Lipa

This monochrome look ABSOLUTELY levitates us with matching sparkly nails, lips and eyeshadows. BRB, adding glitter to every makeup from now on.


Dua Lipa nails give us butterflies

Like her Nostalgia for the future mixture, Dua Lipa’s fingernails had our hearts beating like butterflies on her fingernails.


Megan (again)

I would pay to see Megan perform in a sparkling jumpsuit and retro curls over and over again.


Megan (again)

Megan quickly rocked into a deep side part for the jaw-dropping “WAP” performance with Cardi B.


Cardi B

Cardi B debuted with a short pink wig that herself deserves an award. The pink cup was designed by Tokyo Stylez with Joico. Cardi’s MUA Erika La ‘Pearl used Urban SKin RX to prep the Pat McGrath Labs skin to create a sparkling pink look to match the overall cut.



Beyoncé honored us all by just showing up at the Grammys and looked great doing it, of course! Having made history as the most awarded woman in Grammy history, we’re beyond smiles for Queen Bey.

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