When it comes to the red carpet for any event, you can assure there will always be some over-the-top hairstyles that will push the envelope as well as some classic, glamorous hairstyles that are timeless.
At this year’s Grammys, many celebrities chose to amp up their natural hair textures and colors, while others took to more dramatic lengths and cuts to stand out. Extra-long, stick straight tresses were prominent and lobs prove that they are here to stay, but with a new, modern edge. Check out the best hairstyles that made the most impact on the Grammy red carpet this year!
Adele enhances her dark locks for a unique strawberry blonde hue that is placed up into a romantic, glamorous up-do. Later, during one of her live performances, she switches up her look and wears her hair down to reveal flowing structured beach waves, highlighting the color with a healthy shine that glows flawlessly under the spotlights.
Lady Gaga never ceases to disappoint with the unpredictable experimentation and drama that she adds to the red carpet, making her an obvious go-to for jaw-dropping styles. She embraces the blorange trend and plays with various hues blending eye-catching pinks, oranges, and platinum blonde pastels. Her thick, dreamy mermaid waves are thrown up in an effortless high ponytail that emits a badass, rocker chick vibe.
Katy Perry was barely recognizable at first glance in her new bleached-blonde textured lob. The thick and wavy texture almost looks dreadlock-like, making for a modern and edgy take on the classic lob.
Drew Taggart and Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers. The DJ duo master a perfectly polished, yet casually tousled look with a hint of shine and sophistication, picking up their award for “Best Dance Recording” later that night.
Chrissy Teigen took the chop with a bold lob and beautiful blend of playful light and dark chocolate browns that pair well with her intricate black dress and smokey black and brown
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