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Get their Grammy look! From Janelle Monae's emerald liner to Lady Gaga's 'starry night' shadow …

  • The 60th Annual Grammy Awards were held in New York City last night
  • Get tips and product recommendations from the stars’ hair and make-up artists so you can steal their style at home 

Lindsey Unterberger For Dailymail.com

At last night’s 60th Annual Grammy Awards in Madison Square Garden, celebrities like Lady Gaga, Janelle Monae and Bebe Rexha hit all the right notes with their beauty looks.

Some, like Bebe who wore a pinky-mauve eyeshadow, really went for it in the make-up department. While others, like Gaga and her corseted braid, created jaw-dropping hair moments.

Below, we break down the stars’ looks and offer tips and product recommendations from their glam teams, so you can steal their style at home.


Green with envy: Janelle Monae, 32, wore teal eyeliner and debuted a half-blonde, half-black hair color at the 2018 Grammy Awards in New York City

Janelle Monae, 32, is one of our favorite beauty icons. Since straying from her signature red lip a few years ago, we’ve seen her wear seemingly every color of the rainbow on her face.

For the Grammys, ‘I wanted to give Janelle a timeless and current look at the same time, so I decided to give her a Twiggy 2018 vibe,’ said her longtime make-up artist Jessica Smalls.

Her interpretation of that was a lash-heavy look that centered around a bold green line under the eyes. To ‘make the green pop’, Jessica applied Buxom Cosmetics Eyeshadow Bar Single Eyeshadow in Twilight Tryst over the brand’s waterproof emerald eyeliner in Ring My Bell.

Janelle has also always made us look twice with her daring hair looks.

Last night, in addition to delivering a powerful speech about the Time’s Up movment on stage, she debuted a short half-blonde, half-black color that stylist Nikki Nelms slicked down and accessorized with crystal hair pins. 


Collaboration queen: Bebe Rexha, 28, is known for working with other musicians, but her pink eye look was a labor love with make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may have been no-shows at the Grammys, but the work of Kim’s favorite make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic was there.

Mario gave singer Bebe Rexha, 28, a statement eye look.

‘I wanted something young and fresh with a pop of color, so we went for a bold pink eye and a simple lip,’ he said.

To get the look, Mario applied Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour in Burnished Bronze mixed with the brand’s Sateen Eye Colour in Kir Royal from the Eye Art Artist’s Palette all over her lid. He then blended the Primrose shade from the same palette in the center to make her eyes stand out.


Starry-eyed surprise: To get Lady Gaga’s shimmering eye look, make-up artist Sarah Tanno used products from Marc Jacobs Beauty on the 31-year-old Million Reasons singer

Love it or hate it: Lady Gaga’s corseted braid by stylist Frederic Aspiras was inspired by the design of her dress, which he said reminded him of the gowns from the Victorian era

Love it or hate it, Lady Gaga’s corseted braid by stylist Frederic Aspiras was easily the most talked about beauty moment on the red carpet.

Aspiras created two fishtail braids on either side of Gaga’s head and wove a black string from one side to the other to connect them, eventually joining them both into one long fishtail down her back.

While getting the 31-year-old singer’s hair look may not be possible for non-pros, parts of her stunning make-up look are more attainable.

‘Gaga’s eyes were inspired by a dark, starry night,’ said her make-up artist Sarah Tanno. ‘Romantic and striking to compliment the gorgeous Armani Prive creation. 

‘I rimmed her eyes heavily with Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Gel Crayon and blended all over the lid. I winged the shape to a sharp point using Magic Marc’er in Blaquer. I next blended a soft shimmery peach all the way to the brow bone using Glambition Eye-Conic palette. I next added the sparky back from the Edgitorial palette to blend the transition together.’ 

She finished the look with false lashes, several coats of mascara and loose silver glitter from Lit.


Lust for her hair! To match her Gucci gown, Lana Del Rey, 32, wore a halo of stars atop her sleek brunette bob

Lana Del Rey, 32, is known for retro beauty style, and she may have taken it all the way back to the 1940s with last night’s look. 

She topped her neck-grazing brunette bob with a headpiece that looked like a halo of silver stars, leading many to make the comparison to actress Hedy Lamarr’s similar hair accessory in the 1941 film Ziegfeld Girl.

With or without the celestial topper, the singer, who was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album, made us want to copy her sleet and shiny hairstyle.

Of the style, her hair pro Sheridan Ward said, ‘Knowing Lana would be wearing a custom Gucci gown and star headpiece, we wanted to create a hair look that would complement the beauty of the dress. The resulting look is modern, posh, and captures the playful sleekness of ’90s minimalism.’

Before blow-drying and flat-ironing her hair, he mixed Kenra Platinum Silkening Gloss with a medium-hold mousse to ‘smooth hair and lift the root’.

Artist Pamela Cochrane kept Lana’s make-up minimal, save for an exaggerated flick of black eyeliner.


Most Girls…couldn’t pull off turquoise eyeshadow! But Hailee Steinfeld, 21 is not most girls

She may only be 21, but Hailee Steinfeld consistently kills it in the beauty department.

For the Grammys, make-up artist Mary Phillips gave the singer and actress a smoky turquoise eye to go with her white Alexandre Vauthier dress and metallic purple heels.

The heavy dose of blue eyeshadow could have read too ’80s or even tacky on some, but on Hailee, it worked. 

If you’re brave enough to give it a go, pick a blue shadow with a bit of grey in it and keep the rest of the look simple.

Mary opted for a neutral lip, and hairstylist Gregory Russell kept the Pitch Perfect star’s hair down in loose waves. 

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