The 2024 Grammys weren’t just about the music – they were a dazzling display of artistic expression, from electrifying performances to showstopping fashion. But one element that truly stole the spotlight? The breathtaking beauty looks. From bold, statement-making makeup to sleek, sophisticated hairstyles, the red carpet was a kaleidoscope of trends, textures and colours. So, without further ado, discover the best Grammys beauty looks in GRAZIA’s round-up below.
Making a major case for big, 80s bouffant blow-outs, Miley Cyrus’s hair deserved an award of its own. “This year we decided we wanted something dry and bigger, more fuller hair, but sexy and tousled and touchable,” revealed hairstylist Bob Recine, who – using Nexxus hair products – added a whole lot of height, volume and lift. In a word? Hairspray. And lots of it.
Trust Tay Tay to take a classic beauty combination and give it a modern touch. Opting for a classic red power pout and cat-eye liner, the singer shunned classic Old Hollywood waves and instead rocked messy, beachy locks complete with a cute little braid. Love.
With her effortlessly elegant new short ‘do, Janelle Monae has us all itching to go for the chop. Teaming her slicked-cropped locks and face-framing subtle waves with big lashes and lots of liner, she was the epitome of fierce.
Lana Del Rey
Armed with Charlotte Tilbury’s new Hollywood Beauty Icon lipsticks and liners (the ICON BABY lippie and Lip Cheat in Iconic Nude, to be exact), makeup artist Etienne Ortega created a gorgeous “modern glamour” makeup look on Lana Del Rey. Even better? He revealed on Insta every single product he used. You’re welcome.
With her jaw-dropping feathered, metallic chainmail Courreges gown, stunning sapphire-and-diamond embellished Tiffany necklace and her cherry-cola waves, it’s safe to say Dua Lipa stole the spotlight last night. We particularly love the touch of lavender shimmer on her eyes that made her peepers pop without the need for lots of makeup.
Trust Doja Cat to make a beauty statement. Not only did she #freethenipple, but she also turned up fully tattooed up – including a tribute to the Turkish-British designer whose dress she wore, Dilara Findikoglu, which was spelled out on her forehead. Teamed with pencil-thin brows and a bright red lip, she broke all the beauty rules, and then some.
Halle Bailey brought Ariel vibes to her Grammys beauty look, complete with a shimmery Gucci gown, tumbling waves and shimmery eye makeup.
Makeup artist Tyron Machhausen turned to Chanel to transform Gracie Abrams into a true vision at the Grammys. The vibe? Glowy skin, bushy, brushed-up brows and a hint of blush.
This story first appeared on GRAZIA International.