Dua Lipa won two Grammys and sported two amazing gowns. Her makeup featured a dramatic eye made using Charlotte Tilbury's Pillow Talk Luxury Palette.
Her stylist Lilly Keys (for Charlotte Tilbury) also applied Charlotte's Supermodel Body on Dua's legs and arms to add shine and contour.
Kylie accompanied Travis Scott to the Grammy's wearing pink Balmain. Celebrity hair stylist Caesar Ramirez created a romantic look using a ghd curve soft curl iron and ghd air hair dryer.
"My goal for any carpet look is to always complement the outfit. The hair should always complete the picture, not over power it. Since Kylie was wearing couture Balmain, I felt that something up, soft and romantic would be perfect," Ramirez said.
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Anna stunned in a flirty, pink feathery dress and it was complemented by a wavy high ponytail and her Nikos Koulis jewels. Celebrity stylist Craig Gangi added KMS CURLUP Wave Foam and KMS HAIRSTAY Working Hairspray to hold the curls.
The rapper who became the first solo female to win "Rap Album of the Year" wore a show-stopping 1995 Mugler couture gown. Her dress wasn't the only part of the look that turned heads, however.
"The inspiration behind Cardi B’s red-carpet look is a 90’s influenced pearl updo to play up her ensemble," her stylist Tokyo Stylez said.
The up-do was created using a wig and Suave Professionals Coconut Oil shampoo, conditioner, smooth and shine cream and hairspray.
J.Lo showed up to the Grammy's rocking an embellished high-neck Ralph & Russo gown with a matching crystal-adorned wide-brimmed hat. Under the hat, celebrity hairstylist Chris Appleton created a long, tousled ponytail using a ghd air hair dryer and ghd curve soft curl iron. Once the curls cooled, he used the hair dryer again with a ghd natural bristle radial brush in size 4 to create a wave.
Bebe famously made headlines after posting a video condemning designers who wouldn't dress her due to her being a size 6. In response, she received more than several offers from designers and ultimately went with a red Monsoori gown.
Meghan wore a plunging "newlywed white" ensemble with simple accessories. Her sylist, Dimitris Giannetos said, “For Meghan’s look, I wanted to do something sleek and soft. She wore a beautiful structured bodysuit by Christian Siriano so I wanted the hair to be over her shoulders so she looks sexy but at the same time sophisticated.”
To get the look, he first blow dried her hair with a round brush and Dyson Supersonic hair dryer professional edition, then curled her hair with a 1.25" curling iron, brushing hair towards the back. Then, he tied back two small sections of the hair at her ear line to secure.
The big winner of the night, Kacey Musgraves, wore light pink eye shadow and blush paired with a toned-down pink lip on the red carpet. Performing with Dolly Parton, her hair was teased for more volume and at the end of the night, was pulled back into a messy low ponytail.
"Kacey Musgraves had a beautiful voluminous pulled back look with a middle part. It really showed off her cheek bones," celebrity hairstylist Linet K. told AOL of her expert opinion. The L.A based stylist also thought Kelsea Ballerini was "stunning with her simple glam waves, styled simply off center, showing off her rooty blonde highlights."
Cardi B wore a jaw-dropping couture gown with equally dramatic hair embellishments. The star's look was created using a wig, which was then topped with the pearl crown — a look straight off the runway.
You can see all the Grammy's best beauty looks in the gallery above!