Anything goes at the Grammys, from old Hollywood glam à la Lady Gaga to pops of vivid colors, like Diplo’s electric blue hair — or even bolder, Laverne Cox’s all-fuchsia-everything.
After 11 nominations, Doja Cat won her first Grammy on Sunday for her hit featuring SZA, “Kiss Me More” — and she looked the part, turning game bola offline terbaik heads in platinum blonde. The beauty chameleon, always changing up her style, opted for a half-up hairdo with short bangs and spiky, Bantu knots (a wig, it turned out). It was influenced by her dress — a bedazzled and sheer mint-colored Versace gown — as was her makeup, a glowing, frosty look. It was icy radiance, as imagined by hairstylist Jared Henderson and makeup artist Ernesto Casillas.
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“Prepping the skin is essential for a glowing complexion,” wrote Casillas in a social media post, noting that he used SolaWave’s red light therapy wand to massage products by The Ordinary into her skin, “a combination of Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% and Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5.”
Inspiration for glam typically comes from the ensembles; sometimes it’s subtle, other times, unmissable: Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast, also in knots, had a stroke of bright yellow liner on her lids, matching the hue of her ruffled Valentino minidress; Lil Nas X gave a touch of baby blue on the inner corners of his eyes, the exact color found on his pearl-encrusted Balmain; Megan Thee Stallion wore a striking cat eye, complementing her one-shoulder animal print dress by Roberto Cavalli — leopard-patterned on the outside and zebra on the inside — and Billie Eilish, in long bangs and a layered pony, went jet black, just like her oversize, deconstructed look by Rick Owens.