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All The Best Hair Looks at the 2021 Grammys

by eleanor / last updated March 23, 2021

The awards season has been going strong, and not even lockdown could get in the way of some truly amazing hair looks. Here, we take a look at some of the best hair looks from the 2021 Grammys.

Best Hair Looks at the 2021 Grammys



Beyoncé broke records by winning her 28th Grammy, accepting the award with brushed out, voluminous caramel waves. The curl structure was more defined around the frame of her face, before diffusing out into a soft texture towards the ends.


Cardi B

For her WAP performance, hairstylist Tokyo Stylez dyed and styled Cardi B’s bubblegum pink wig. Tokyo talks through how she created the look in her Instagram post:

“Step 1: Once wig is applied, use a dime size amount of the Joico Blonde Life Brilliant Glow Brightening Oil in palms of hands and run through the hair to add a little shine and moisture.

Step 2:
Spray the hair with Joico JoiMist Firm Finishing Spray and combed wig into style while using my Dyson Supersonic with styling Concentrator attachment on low heat setting

Step 3: Finish the look with Humidity Blocker Plus Protective Finishing Spray to seal the look”


Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion gave us prom throwback vibes with this classic middle-parted updo, complete with tumbling tendrils framing either side of her face. But that wasn’t all. Hairstylist Kellon Deryck created a further two looks for the night, including her perfectly formed bouncy curls and sleek and glossy lengths for her performance.



Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish turned up to the Grammys with her signature slime green roots – just before it was revealed that her hair was indeed a wig while she embarked on her Instagram-breaking 70s blonde transformation.


The three HAIM sisters rocked up to the awards ceremony with matching long bangs, courtesy of hair stylist Bryce Scarlett.

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