Grammys are more than just music, they are also about fashion and hairdo?s. Find out the best hairstyles seen on celebs in the event.
After a mysterious entrance via sealed egg compartment, she astounded the crowd with this side ponytail and faux-horn look. Only?Lady Gaga?could get away with this one and we love her for it.
?Jennifer Lopez?really uses her hair for red carpet impact,? says Remington celebrity stylist Richard Marin. ?This is the style that most girls want right now?full, tons of waves and longish bangs.? To get the look, Marin suggests blowing hair upside down and then using a large barrel curling iron all over.
She?s been sporting tight, corkscrew curls for awhile now, so it was good to see Rihanna finally exchange it for and wear a straighter style. This side-parted, slightly wavy, full?bob?was a classy balance to her see-through, tiered dress.
?Lea Michele?s look was so modern,? says Marin. ?There seemed to be a return to straight, shiny hair on the red carpet and Lea showed us how it can look fresh again.?
We loved this quirky hairdo that the singer wore at the event! Not only did Esperanza Spalding beat out Justin Bieber for Best New Artist, she also won big with her hair with the fashion world: We love this natural and chic ode to the Afro.
Kelly Osbourne?is usually seen sporting retro, super-styled ?dos, ?so it was awesome to see her opting for a sweeter, less complicated style. This straightened, slightly textured look is girly, easy and totally on trend for spring.
This one stole the show definitely. A leopard-print dye job and a whole lot of hairspray made?Nicki Minaj?look like a ?punk Bride of Frankenstein. You?ve got to give the girl props for going for it,? says Marin.
It was great to see the Queen B back and blonder than ever at the Grammys. With her deep side part, volumized roots and soft curls, she looked extra-glam and fabulous, just like we expect her to be.
?Florence Welch has a modern bob?bangs, layers and a beach wave. To get her look, spray texturizing spray on damp hair. Use the diffuser attachment on your dryer (try?Remington?s T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Dryer) and dry your hair 80 percent. Let the remaining hair dry au natural and then iron bangs with a flat iron,? says Marin.