The Best Hairstyles from the 66th Annual Grammy Awards


Not even an atmospheric river and rare hurricane-force winds could keep music’s biggest stars from the 66th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Thankfully, everyone’s favorite artists braved the weather for Arena, delivering looks that were anything but safe.

Keep scrolling to take a look at some of the very best hairstyles from the ’24 Grammys.

Fantasia Barrino

We got TWO incredible hairstyles from “The Color Purple” star and Derickus Crawford. For the red carpet Barrino sported classic finger wave curls, leaning into a 1920s inspired aesthetic. But when she hit the stage to pay homage to Tina Turner, we got a piecey mullet with full fringe. Both styles simply must be recreated immediately.

Kacey Musgraves

Thanks to celebrity hairstylist, and her go-to, Giovanni Delgado, “spacey” Kacey Musgraves was giving Cher at her peak for last night’s show. Delgado used Nexxus haircare products and The Hair Shop extensions for added length and volume. The effect was very 70s and very good.


The queen wore a cowboy hat atop her stunning platinum locks by Neal Farinah and now we all need to invest in one. Yeehaw!

Miley Cyrus

Whether she was giving Dolly or Tina, she’s always being Miley. Editorial hairstylist Bob Recine teased and set two-time Grammy Winner Miley Cyrus’s hair to perfection with Nexxus haircare products. It was the 1980s if only for a night and it was EVERYTHING.


Devante Turnbull turned it OUT for Grammy Winner SZA’s red carpet appearance using got2b and Schwarzkopf Keratin Color. The hair was jet black, center-parted and sleek, but with impressive body thanks to Dyson hair tools.

Dua Lipa

This Barbie’s a pop goddess. Effortless looking hair done by Peter Lux, color by Matt Rez. No notes, just admiration.

Victoria Monét

An updo a la Française for the Grammys’ Best New Artist, Victoria Monét by Davontae’ Washington using Koleston Perfect color and Wella styling products.

Olivia Rodrigo

Olivia went Old Hollywood thanks to frequent collaborator, celebrity hairstylist Clayton Hawkins and his Dyson hair tools. This look (especially the side part for center part devotees) took “GUTS” but they pulled it off!

Coco Jones

A piecey updo for the “ICU” singer by Ashanti Lation made possible with Dyson hair tools and L’Oreal Paris styling products.

Bebe Rexha

Bebe went blonde bombshell on us with glam waves by Ricky Fraser using UNITE Hair styling products.


The South African newcomer Tyla stunned on the red carpet, wearing her go-to braids up, fashioned into rosettes. The look by editorial hairstylist Louis Souvestre appears to be inspired by black roses as per his Instagram story. We’re in!


Lizzo ATE! Gothy goodness with a center-parted, sleek AF style by Jared Henderson aka J Stay Ready.

Karol G

La Bichota can’t be beat — WE KNOW THIS! Long-time collaborator Cesar Deleon Ramirez styled the “Mañana Será Bonito” singer and Grammy winner’s center-parted, cascading and newly blonde-pink (that’s now a thing) hair with the new ghd Chronos Styler alongside Aveda and Toppik styling products.

Halle Bailey

Halle was an actual angel thanks to celebrity hairstylist Tinisha “Sparkle” Meeks.

Gracie Abrams

Between the bob and the brows, we can’t get enough. Bobby Eliot really did the damn thing. Effortless looking hair with John Freida styling products.

Janelle Monáe

Short hair, absolutely do care. This style by Nikki Nelms is major. The key? Maui Moisture Flaxseed Edge Control.

Christina Aguilera

“Simple, clean and beautiful” is what a girl wants. Well, Xtina anyway. And that’s exactly what she got from celebrity hairstylist Kendall Dorsey. Her platinum wig was installed with Professional Hair Labs GHOSTBOND Glowup.

Natalia Lafourcade

The Mexican singer-songwriter wore her hair in a chic, center-parted chignon. Paired with Chanel, obvio!

Lana Del Rey

No one does Priscilla Presley better than Lana Del Rey. Retro, romantic styling 4ever. Celebrity colorist and @Honeymoon‘s hairstylist Jacob Schwartz colored her hair with Schwarzkopf IGORA Vibrance and styled with OLAPLEX.

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