What's a Grammy red carpet (virtual or not) without some unforgettable looks by Hollywood's finest hair and makeup artists?

Some of the music industry's biggest stars showed up on the virtual and physical red carpet tonight at the Grammy Awards 2021. While face masks stayed on, hair and makeup stayed absolutely on point.

From sleek, shiny hair to bold colours on the face, here's a quick lowdown on some of our favourite looks at the ceremony. 

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What’s not to love about Lizzo’s look? Her complexion is flawless with hints of drama in the eyes and lips—we’re loving the gradient effect that her makeup artist Alexx Mayo applied for a more enviable pout. Mayo used Charlotte Tilbury products for Lizzo's entire look.

Billie Eilish

We’re always excited about what Billie Eilish brings to the red carpet and once again we weren’t let down. In fact, we were extra curious of how she’d get creative with her face mask due to Covid-19 measures. This year, it was floral tapestry print everything including on her signature nail extensions. For those wondering, yes, she’s still rocking the lime green streaks in her hair.

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Who said the biggest boyband in the world had to be in Los Angeles to make an impact on the red carpet? The K-pop band, who wore Louis Vuitton, rolled out their own red carpet and debuted new hairstyles among them: Jungkook in a new ash blonde mullet and Jimin with his hair slicked back firmly. 

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Don’t blame yourself if you can’t decide which element of H.E.R’s beauty look that you loved the most: the fluffy falsies or the matte brown lip? The bold lilac and gold cut crease on her eyelids shone through even from behind her purple-hued sunglasses.

Dua Lipa

Along with shiny, straight black hair, Dua Lipa’s glittery purple eyeshadow is a whole vibe. We loved how her eye makeup complemented her colourful bejewelled gown as well. 

Megan Thee Stallion

Best Rap Song winner Megan Thee Stallion brought ‘90s glam to the Grammys this year. Her makeup artist Priscilla Ono made sure to use a brown lipliner to emphasise the look. Her glamorous and simple up-do reminded us of how this hairstyle has been trending over the past year, too.


Beyonce may have made history tonight as the female artist with the most Grammy wins but she also made sure to turn heads with her classic beauty look. Her signature blonde curls were was brushed away from her face for a dramatic style with lots of volume. Queen Bey's soft glam makeup included a smoky eye look and slightly glossy nude lips.