The Grammys' red carpet is the perfect place for star spotting. The ceremony itself is the ultimate moment for A-list celebrities to reward the industry's best musicians - and with celebrities like Jay-Z, Lady Gaga, Adele and Rihanna on the red carpet, we're sure to spot some of the season's best fashion, beauty and hairstyle trends.
A few key hair trends took over The 59th Annual Grammy Awards. Didn't get a chance to catch the show? No problem! Get The Look has put together the night's best in celebrity hair and will tell you how to borrow their styles.
2017 Grammys: The Best Hairstyle Trends on the Red Carpet
You can't go wrong with soft, beautiful waves that are rich in texture. It's with this motto in mind that Rihanna, Maren Morris, Kelsea Ballerini and Camila Cabello arrived on The Grammys' red carpet - hair curled to perfection. We loved Riri's extra-long curls, Maren's contouring hair color, Kelsea's messy texture, and Camila's shine.
In short, if you have to choose a timeless hairstyle that is both sensual and glamourous for a special event, reach for your curling iron, your heat protection spray and your volumising mousse!
Lately, stars have brought a whole new meaning to, "long hair, don't care!" Led by Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez, the extra-long hair trend is everywhere, from runways to red carpets. At the 2017 Grammy Awards, this hairstyle was spotted on J Lo, Demi Lovato, Céline Dion and many others.
For healthy and luscious locks, add nourishing products to your haircare ritual. Never use your irons without a generous amount of heat protecting spray covering your hair.
What is THE hairstyle that gracefully moves between the office and the gym, all the way to a night out? The ponytail! At the 2017 Grammy Awards, Céline Dion, Lady Gaga et Charli XCX dazzled with their pretty ponytails. Céline opted for a perfectly smooth finish, Lady Gaga went for some rose gold highlights, and Charli enhanced her natural curls with some texturising spray.
Sky-high hairstyles went all the way from the red carpet to the stage.The queen of voluminous hair was certainly Alicia Keys, who performed next to Maren Morris, hair styled in a sexy, fluffy afro. Special mention goes to Solange Knowles and Tori Kelly who rocked tousled, wild curls.
Which of these four hairstyle trends will you try first?