The 59th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on 12th February 2017, and we bring you the best beauty looks from the event.
With all eyes on them, these stars made sure that for the people watching them, it would definitely be worth it. While some beauty looks went awfully bad, we've picked the best ones from the night.
Pro tip: When you've got the entire world glued to the TV screens, watching you, it is best not to take risks like hot pink eyeshadow. Yikes!!!
So, have a look at the top beauty looks that we totally loved from the Grammys.
Not only did she bag a huge win, she killed it on the beauty department as well. She has gone for her signature winged eyeliner, with a subtle silver eyeshadow. The lips are kept subtle in a shade of pale pink. Well-highlighted skin and perfectly groomed eyebrows finish the look.
The "good girl gone bad" can never go wrong. She has gone for a subtle smoky eye with a nude pink lipstick. And can we just pause to appreciate how perfectly her tattoo frames her orange crop top?
3. Hillary Scott:
Subtle makeup is indeed the winner this year at the Grammys. Both the eyes and the lips have been kept minimal in this look.
4. Kat Graham:
The Vampire Diaries star is probably one of the best put together from top to bottom. The highlight of her look is the red lipstick with glitter on it. Glitter lips done right!
5. Chrissy Teigen:
We not only love her for her amazing wit and support for natural beauty, but she seems to always look classy and well together. She has gone for subtle neutral eyeshadow, with heavy doses of mascara and a glossy nude lip.
6. Katy Perry:
She matched her cranberry lipstick with cranberry eyeshadow done really well. Most people are scared of venturing into reds and berries on their eyes, but this beauty look from the Grammys is done really well, we must say.
7. Carrie Underwood:
Another subtle look with more focus on the eyes, this beauty look from the Grammys shows us that nude lips can go a long way. She completes the basic smoky-eye makeup with a set of falsies.