The 66th Annual Grammy Awards, held Sun. Feb. 4, honored the best recordings, compositions and artists.
All the biggest names in music were out on the red carpet to celebrate their achievements and those of their counterparts. It was a big night for hair and fashion. Of course, here at Beauty Launchpad we're all about the former! We wanted to take a moment to shout out our favorite looks of the night and give love to the stylists who created them.
In no particular order, here are our top five favorite Grammy hair looks.
This year's Grammy Awards marked a big night for Swift. She won Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year for "Midnights." By winning Album of the Year, Swift became the first person to take the award home four times! If that wasn't enough, Swift also announced a new album "The Tortured Poets Department," set to be released April 19, that left one of our editors fighting in the trenches to get her hands on a deluxe CD.
Of course all eyes were on Swift, who wore a custom white Schiaparelli couture gown with black gloves and layers of necklaces, including a black choker with a working clock.
As for her hair look, Swift wore her blonde locks swept to the side and over her shoulder. Her hair was also parted transitionally, starting with a deep side part that worked its way to the center the further back from the crown that it got. The look also featured a bohemian style braid that swept its way over her shoulder.
Cyrus also took home two Grammys last night, her firsts, for Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Flowers." She wore her hair in a 1960s style bouffant that featured lots of height and lots of volume. The look complimented her Maison Margiela gown made entirely of gold safety pins that some are saying is Barbarella-inspired.
The look was created by Bob Recine (@bobrecine) using products from Nexxus Haircare.
Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey was nominated five times at this year's Grammys. While she didn't win any awards, she took the stage with Swift when the artist accepted Album of the Year because of their collaboration on "Midnights."
Del Rey wore a floral black dress with puff sleeves and black gloves. She accessorized her stunning deep brunette shade, created by Jacob Schwartz (@jacobschwartzhair) using Schwarzkopf Professional, with a coquette bow. The hair was styled by Anna Cofone (@annacofone) combining soft loose waves and a full, eye skimming fringe.
Carlile won a Grammy for Best Americana Performance for "Dear Insecurity," bringing her total wins to 10. She also took the stage with Joni Mitchell for a emotional performance of "Both Sides, Now."
Carlile wore a yellow single-button suit with peaked lapels with the addition of a shimmering pale pink satin vest and matching shirt. To compliment her red carpet outfit for the night, hairstylist Pamela Neal (@pamwiggy) created an effortlessly chic and messy bob using products from R+Co.
Monét was nominated seven-times this year and took home three awards for Best New Artist, Best R&B Album and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for "JAGUAR II."
She looked polished and refined in a stunning custom bronze Versace gown and matching bronze makeup. Her hair was colored and styled into a French roll by celebrity hairstylist Davontae' Washington (@iamdavonte) using products from Wella.