The Best Makeup and Hair Looks from the 2021 Grammy Awards

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The Best Makeup and Hair Looks from the 2021 Grammy Awards

The Best Makeup and Hair Looks from the 2021 Grammy Awards

los angeles, california   march 14 her attends the 63rd annual grammy awards at los angeles convention center on march 14, 2021 in los angeles, california photo by kevin mazurgetty images for the recording academy

Kevin Mazur

While many musicians and celebrities opted to stay home this year for the Grammy awards, many still brought their A-game to tonight’s red carpet in looks that they’ve probably been dying to show off since the start of the pandemic. From graphic nails with intricate designs to perfectly primped hair to sparkles everywhere, these are the beauty looks you’ll want to master by the time we’re able to convene outside of our humble abodes.

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Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Grammy Award Winning artist is having her moment and looking good while doing it! With a beautiful updo styled by Kellon Deryck using Dyson and makeup perfected by Priscilla Ono, we are the true winners of the night and are HONORED to be living in the same era as Meg.


Doja Cat

Always one to push the envelope, Doja Cat brought the party to the front and the back with a killer mullet styled by Jared “JStayReady” Henderson using Joico, a grungy smoke eye using Shiseido by makeup artist Ernesto Casillas and sharp edgy nails by Saccia.


Billie Eilish

I am again thinking about dying my hair slime green, but this time matching my nails to my outfit too like Billie.



If there is one thing H.E.R. is going to do, it’s wear sunglasses. Her purple shades matched her glittery purple lids created by Marissa Vossen, and beautiful long waves styled by Nina Monique.


Loving H.E.R. Nails

H.E.R. continued her matchy-matchy moment with her mauve plum nails done up by Chaun Legend.


Tiara Thomas

Fulani braids and a bronzed, sunkissed beat? Tiara Thomas predicted the summer go-to 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 has been trying to create. She added a bold lip to bring the look together.



We’re crying because Lizzo loves us! Her longtime hairstylist Shelby Swain used Matrix and ghd Hair to give us the simple Gen Z middle part of our dreams that featured a light dusting of sparkles that almost shined as bright as her.


Harry Styles

Question: How can I become the green boa draped around Harry Styles’s neck? I can stare at his tousled hair and glass-like skin all night long.


Lizzo (Again!)

Lizzo showed up with not one, but TWO iconic looks. This time rocking chunky rhinestone barrettes that we are looking for NOW.


Jhené Aiko

Nominated for six Grammys, Jhené has a lot to smile about. Bringing her signature glam to the red carpet, her edges were styled with care in a swirling pattern that matches the long waterfall braids that fall to waves at the ends.


Dua Lipa

This monochrome look has us ABSOLUTELY levitating with matching nails, lips, AND glitzy eyeshadow. BRB, adding glitter to every makeup look from now on.


Dua Lipa Nails Give Us Butterflies

Like her Future Nostalgia medley, Dua Lipa’s nails had our hearts fluttering like the butterflies on her nails.


Megan (again)

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


Megan (one more time)

Megan did a quick switch into a deep swoop side-part for the jaw-dropping performance of “WAP” with Cardi B.


Cardi B

Cardi B debuted a short pink wig that deserves an award itself. Cardi’s MUA Erika La’ Pearl used Pat McGrath Labs to create a sparkling rose look to match the whole fit.



Beyoncé graced us all by simply showing up to the Grammy’s and looked good doing it because of course! Having made history as the most awarded woman in Grammy’s history, I’m beyond smiles for Queen Bey.

Alexis Gaskin is the Freelance Beauty Assistant for Elle Mag.

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