The Grammys 2021: The Best Hair and Makeup Looks | Photos


With the Grammys 2021 taking place during the pandemic for the first time, several parts of the music award show are bound to look a little different, including, but not limited to, the hair and makeup. 

Although Trevor Noah will be hosting from the Grammys from Los Angeles, some of our favorite musicians are taking the stage from around the world for their performances tonight — we’re looking at you in Seoul, BTS. We’re definitely looking forward to the glitz and glam the K-pop group, as well as Cardi B, Doja Cat, Dua Lipa, Taylor Swift, and Billie Eilish, will be bringing to music’s big night. Our eyes are also peeled for what presenters Lizzo and Jhené Aiko are bringing to our screens.  

Without having to deal with the bright lights of the red carpet, they are sure to deliver even more extravagant, innovative looks than ever before — or some may take it easy and go with a relaxed, no-makeup makeup aesthetic if they are accepting their award from the comfort of their home. While we wait for everyone’s arrivals (or should we say, look reveals via social media), here are the beauty moments that are impressing us big time in the meantime.  

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All the way in South Korea, BTS walked a red carpet of their very own creation. As impressed as we are with their makeshift Grammys set, the guys’ hair caught our eye too. Right in the center is the group’s youngest member, Jungkook, with an ashy blonde mullet. (If you’ve been itching to try the on-trend look, add this picture to your mood board.)  We’re also loving the slicked-back hair on Jimin, who is second to the right. Consider us excited to see what looks they bring to their performance tonight. 

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