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From getting caught in traffic to pulling off traffic-stopping outfits, celebrities kept us guessing (and gasping) throughout the 2023 Grammys.
And industry A-listers went big with their beauty looks on music’s biggest night, showing up to the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday with everything from matching manicures to pops of peach eyeshadow.
But unlike red carpet-ready couture, the beauty products behind industry A-listers’ glammed-up looks won’t cost you a fortune.
Below, we’ve broken down some of the secrets behind 10 of the night’s show-stopping styles— from Doja Cat’s cat eye to Kasey Musgraves’ soft pink shadow.
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Lizzo was feeling peachy on the red carpet, pairing her Dolce & Gabbana corset gown with an equally eye-catching beauty look. Makeup artist Alexx Mayo used products like the recently released Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Blush Wand ($42), which was inspired by the label’s TikTok-viral Beauty Light Wands ($42).
“Red bottoms” are red, Cardi B’s eyeshadow is blue. While the “WAP” rapper’s fresh-off-the-runway Gaurav Gupta Couture gown covered half of her face, she still dialed up the drama with her matching electric blue shadow. The look included the Blitz Blue shade from the Pat McGrath Mothership I: Subliminal Palette ($129), in addition to FetishEyes Mascara ($32) and Sublime Perfection Foundation ($68) — all applied by makeup artist Erika La’Pearl.
Also in La’Pearl’s beauty arsenal? An under-$20 beauty buy: SOL by Jergens Sunless Tanning Water Mousse ($18, originally $24). “This extra depth of color gives an even skin tone and softens the contrast of her gorgeous outfit,” she said in a press release.
Looking for celeb-approved drugstore beauty buys? Camila Cabello’s makeup artist Ash K Holm paired the star’s pearl-studded PatBo look with L’Oréal Paris makeup — including the TikTok-viral (and 5-star-rated) L’Oréal Paris Telescopic Lift Mascara ($10, originally $13).
Hairstylist Dimitris Giannetos also sprayed on L’Oréal products, including Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Unscented Hairspray ($13, originally $15).
Want to copy Doja Cat’s glam? Let’s “Get Into It.” Makeup artist Ernesto Casillas used Charlotte Tilbury products to achieve the look, including the new Hollywood Glow Glide Face Architect Highlighter ($48) for a “beautiful, luminous complexion with a hint of glow,” as he said in a press release.
While MGK’s silver suit shone on the red carpet, so did fiancée Megan Fox’s skin. Makeup artist Jenna Kristina used Image Skincare products including the brand’s MD Eye Masks ($55) to prep her complexion, before swiping on Maybelline makeup including the Color Sensational Lip Liner ($8) and Lifter Gloss in Ice ($10).
Olivia Rodrigo went for understated glam at the Grammys using YSL Beauty products like the Nu Lip and Cheek Balmy Tint ($26), All Hours Foundation ($56) and Touche Eclat All Over Brightening Pen ($38). (If the latter product gives you “deja vu,” it might be because everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Meghan Markle is a fan of the cult-favorite formula.)
If it’s Paris Hilton’s sleek style that had you saying “that’s hot,” copy the look with the Fekkai hair products stylist Eduardo Ponce used on the new mom. His arsenal includes the brand’s Straight Balm ($26), which he described on Instagram as a “game changer” that “cuts blow dry time drastically and gets your hair both straight and frizz free.”
Kasey Musgraves knows a thing or two about that “Golden Hour” glow. The star was pretty in pink for the Grammys, getting glammed up with Charlotte Tilbury products including the Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk ($34) — a favorite of both Meghan Markle and Britney Spears.
“Taking our color cues from her gorgeous Valentino dress, we wanted her skin to glow from within and her eyes to have a baby soft pink whisper of color,” makeup artist Moani Lee said in a press release.
Lourdes Leon matched the red carpet with her shimmering Area gown and equally bold lip, the latter of which was achieved with YSL Rouge Pur Couture The Bold High Pigment Lipstick ($39).
“The look felt modern but still classic, timeless and true to Lola’s taste and personality,” makeup artist Edwin Sandoval said in a press release.
Anitta’s Versace dress was vintage, but her makeup look included a freshly released product: Patrick Ta Major Sculpt Creme Contour & Powder Bronzer Duo ($38), which the makeup expert applied using the Dual Ended Complexion Brush ($45).