We know who the nominees are, but what else does music's biggest night have in store? Who will take home an award? What will happen when two queens (Beyonce and Madonna) rock the same stage? Tune in to the 56th Annual Grammy Award ceremony on Sunday, January 26, to find out!
As much as we anticipate finding out who will top the winner's list, we also love thinking about all of the gorgeous looks we'll see on the red carpet. Some are classic, some are show-stopping, and some are... strange !
We put together a gallery of the top three makeup trends we hope to see at Sunday's big event, and you can use them, too! Whether you're going to the Grammy's or just to a Grammy-viewing party, channel some Grammy glamour with these beauty looks!
This is a look that relies heavily on light, luminous products, blended perfectly into the skin, and stars like Blake Lively and Kerry Washington tend to pull it off effortlessly. The natural beauty look doesn't do a lot to draw too much attention to any one feature, but instead enhances skin and allows your face to be the best possible version of itself!
Top tips: Use light-reflecting products to blur away imperfections/blemishes and bring light to face. Use a brush or sponge to apply foundation for the most natural results.
The rocker look is in and it's especially appropriate for an event like the Grammy Awards! You can channel your inner goth in many ways, but why not complete your ensemble with a dark, vampy lip or heavy black eyeliner look? We expect a look like this on Miley Cyrus or Lorde.
Top tips: Follow our tutorial for a moody black eye makeup look. If you're looking for a lipstick with major attitude, opt for oxblood, purple, or... dare we say, black?
The vintage look is not only popular on the runway, it's big on the red carpet too! Retro, scultped hair plays a big part in this look, but it wouldn't be complete without a bold and bright lip, perfectly groomed brows , and XXL lashes! Beyonce pulled off a similar style last year with a classic ponytail, red lip, and cat eye. It's dramatic, glamorous, and classic.