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The 12 Best Hair and Makeup Looks from the 65th Annual Grammys

Music's biggest night calls for even bigger beauty looks.

By Jenna Rosenstein and Tiffany Dodson
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Music's biggest night calls for hair and makeup looks that really sing. Our favorite celebs brought it to the 2023 Grammy Award red carpet, wearing incredible smoky eyes, jaw-dropping hair looks, red lips, and major lashes. We tracked down the exact makeup and hair credits so you can copy your favorite looks at home. Here, the beauty looks you have to see from the latest award season carpet.



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Queen B always seems to look effortlessly ethereal, and last night's Grammy Awards were no exception. We're loving her honey brown waves and glowy, radiant skin.


Doja Cat

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Doja Cat has been breaking the internet with beauty looks lately, including one where she glued false eyelashes all over her face. At the Grammys, she wore a decidedly more subdued look, with punky eye look and lips created by celebrity makeup artist Ernesto Casillas.

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Lizzo makes a case for a monochrome beauty look, wearing a gorgeous shade of red all over her lids, cheeks, and lips. Plus, we're in love with her glossy curls which were crafted by stylist Shelby Swain using Sebastian Professional styling products.

"Flushed, diffused cherry cheeks! A fresh approach to this spring color story," her makeup artist Alexx Mayo says in a statement. "Using Charlotte Tilbury’s new Pillow Talk Matte Beauty Blush Wand in Dream Pop on top of the high planes of the face and blended into the eye for an extra pop. Bold, daring and ready for anything.”

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Shania Twain

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We can't get over how fun this red hair and red lips look is on the iconic Shania Twain.


Laverne Cox

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We can't stop staring at Laverne Cox's gorgeous gold eyeshadow.



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Anitta nails a modern take on '90s beauty with shades of auburn, brown, and chestnut. We also love her sleek hair look and deep side part crafted by celebrity hair stylist and OGX brand ambassador Jesus Guerrero.

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Heidi Klum

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We love both Heidi Klum's nude lips and her perfect beachy waves.


Taylor Swift

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The superstar paired her signature red lips with a midnight blue cat-eye, which is the beauty equivalent of her upcoming Eras tour.


Fran Drescher

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The curls! The blush! We love this gorgeous bronzed look on TV icon Fran Drescher.

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Paris Hilton

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New mom Paris Hilton looked gorgeous with pink lips, smoky eyes, and a half-up bun, crafted by celebrity hair stylist, Eduardo Ponce using Fekkai.

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With her signature statement-making curls and red lips, H.E.R. looked stunning on the Grammys red carpet.


Cardi B

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Cardi B's glossy nude lip is stunning, but we're really obsessed with her sharp cobalt shadow that perfectly matched her over-the-top gown. Makeup artist Erika La’Pearl used essentials from Pat McGrath Labs to craft this subtle yet impactful look.

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Jenna Rosenstein
Beauty Director
Jenna Rosenstein is the Beauty Director at While attending NYU, she held internships at Women’s Wear Daily, Bloomingdale’s, Harper’s BAZAAR (as Glenda’s intern!) and Allure, the latter of which she parlayed into her first job as the Beauty Assistant. She left Allure three years later as the Senior Beauty Editor, spent a few months at Refinery29 in the same title overseeing branded content, before finally landing back at BAZAAR to oversee all digital beauty content. When she's not testing every lipstick known to mankind, getting zapped by new lasers, or interviewing experts and celebrities, you can find Rosenstein re-watching Star Wars movies, reading books about new discoveries in science and health, and playing with her Bombay cat named Maddie.
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Tiffany Dodson is currently the associate beauty commerce editor at Harper’s Bazaar, where she specializes in trend forecasting, building relationships with major and emerging brands, and crafting shopping stories—from holiday gift guides to product road tests. Tiffany's work has previously been featured in outlets like SELF, Bustle, and Teen Vogue, and she's been quoted as a commerce and beauty expert in publications and platforms like The Business of Fashion and NPR’s Life Kit podcast.

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