Beauty Edit: Grammy Awards 2017

The Grammy’s are often a cacophony of ideas and looks, a reflection of the vast variety of musical talent that gather under one roof for the celebratory event. If these awards are indeed gifted to the most worthy competitor, then there are definitely champions in the beauty game too. Here, we look to the artists that gave us six winning beauty looks for 2017.

Adele. Winner of the top three awards of the night (Album, Record and Song of the Year), Adele stayed true to her signature beauty look - winged eyeliner. The singer’s makeup artist, Michael Ashton, prepped her skin with Ole Henriksen, Pure Truth Melting Cleanser, before using Marc Jacob’s Magic Marc'er Precision Pen Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Blaquer to create that extended cat eye. Also sitting in perfect synchronisation was the singers tousled up-do courtesy of hair stylist, Chris Appleton.

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Adele. Winner of the top three awards of the night (Album, Record and Song of the Year), Adele stayed true to her signature beauty look - winged eyeliner. The singer’s makeup artist, Michael Ashton, prepped her skin with Ole Henriksen, Pure Truth Melting Cleanser, before using Marc Jacob’s Magic Marc'er Precision Pen Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Blaquer to create that extended cat eye. Also sitting in perfect synchronisation was the singers tousled up-do courtesy of hair stylist, Chris Appleton.

Kat Graham. The singer is currently setting the beauty blogs ablaze with her glittering lips. The singer, dancer and model appeared with a slicked back hairstyle by stylist David Wilson, which kept the attention on her sparkling lips that were inspired by Pat McGrath’s Lust004 Kit in Bloodwine. Elsewhere, flawless contouring and a white pencil along her waterline accentuated her eyes.

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Kat Graham. The singer is currently setting the beauty blogs ablaze with her glittering lips. The singer, dancer and model appeared with a slicked back hairstyle by stylist David Wilson, which kept the attention on her sparkling lips that were inspired by Pat McGrath’s Lust004 Kit in Bloodwine. Elsewhere, flawless contouring and a white pencil along her waterline accentuated her eyes.

Camila Cabello. Parted cascading locks and a demure lilac gown: the singer evoked modern-day princess for her appearance at the Grammy Awards. Her makeup artist, Allan Avendaño, topped lips with Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Oil in Whispering Orchid to emphasis her fresh-faced look.

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Camila Cabello. Parted cascading locks and a demure lilac gown: the singer evoked modern-day princess for her appearance at the Grammy Awards. Her makeup artist, Allan Avendaño, topped lips with Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Oil in Whispering Orchid to emphasis her fresh-faced look.

Jennifer Lopez. Wearing all things L’Oreal, Jennifer Lopez carried the torch for lavender as the trending shade for 2017. Her custom made Ralph & Russo gown was offset by her light eyeshadow in the same shade and dark black eye liner, all L’Oreal by her makeup artist, Mary Phillips. Opting to keep things simple elsewhere, the performer’s hair was blow-dried and middle parted.

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Jennifer Lopez. Wearing all things L’Oreal, Jennifer Lopez carried the torch for lavender as the trending shade for 2017. Her custom made Ralph & Russo gown was offset by her light eyeshadow in the same shade and dark black eye liner, all L’Oreal by her makeup artist, Mary Phillips. Opting to keep things simple elsewhere, the performer’s hair was blow-dried and middle parted.

Nicole Trunfio. Showing us how to appropriately wear brooding shades of plum, crimson and dewberry for day, Nicole Trunfio accessorised her burgundy Zuhair Murad gown with equally dark makeup. The Australian model is a known follower of LUMA cosmetics, which explains her deftly contoured, yet luminescent skin tone, courtesy of the brand’s natural bronzing powder. The actress also kept her hair delicately crimped and slung back in a low ponytail. The perfect anecdote to avoid a theatrical reference.

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Nicole Trunfio. Showing us how to appropriately wear brooding shades of plum, crimson and dewberry for day, Nicole Trunfio accessorised her burgundy Zuhair Murad gown with equally dark makeup. The Australian model is a known follower of LUMA cosmetics, which explains her deftly contoured, yet luminescent skin tone, courtesy of the brand’s natural bronzing powder. The actress also kept her hair delicately crimped and slung back in a low ponytail. The perfect anecdote to avoid a theatrical reference.

Halsey. While we aren’t celebrating Halsey’s choice of outfit for the occasion, the singer’s cropped boy-cut and minimalist makeup is certainly thought provoking. From no makeup to women’s marches, this is the time to embrace womanhood sans convention. Halsey’s glowing complexion was offset by a neutral lipstick, which made us think of Bobby Brown’s first lipstick formula in neutral beige that retains moisture while staying matte.

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Halsey. While we aren’t celebrating Halsey’s choice of outfit for the occasion, the singer’s cropped boy-cut and minimalist makeup is certainly thought provoking. From no makeup to women’s marches, this is the time to embrace womanhood sans convention. Halsey’s glowing complexion was offset by a neutral lipstick, which made us think of Bobby Brown’s first lipstick formula in neutral beige that retains moisture while staying matte.