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How To: Grammy Hair


After an award ceremony is over, everyone clamours to recreate their favorite celeb’s red carpet look. From their designer dress to their amazing hairstyle… You can recreate last night’s Grammy Award hairstyles with the help of Suave Celebrity Hairstylist Luke O’Connor, owner of the exclusive LuKaRo Salon in Beverly Hills.

Long Glamour Waves: I hated Jennifer Lopez‘s dress–couldn’t she decide between a mini and a long gown? But her soft waves were pretty.

To Recreate: Shampoo and condition with curl enhancing products. Apply Suave Professionals Healthy Curls Styling Foam, part hair down the middle and blow dry the mousse completely into the hair on a medium to low setting. Starting six inches from the roots, spiral wrap two inch sections of hair around a 1.5 inch curling iron. Soften hair with fingers.


The Dressed-Up Wave: Colbie Caillat took her waves to a new level – literally! This style gives the best of both worlds, allowing you to wear your hair down, but also having it off your face.

Colbie Caillat and Taylor Swift’s Grammy hair how to after the break!

To Recreate: Apply Suave Professionals Healthy Curls Styling Foam to clean, damp hair and blow dry completely. Follow the same steps as above to create curls all around the head, or to prep the night before, skip the curling iron and just twist the mousse into the hair in two-inch sections. Take the section of the hair between the middle of each eyebrow, pull back to the crown and secure with a small plastic jaw clamp. You can conceal the jaw clamp by burying it into the hair and pulling a few loose pieces of hair over the clip. Apply hairspray to keep hair in place all night.


Chic Chignon: Taylor Swift (shown her with Pink looking craaazy) made a classic statement on the red carpet with her updo. It’s easy to achieve this stylish look.

To Recreate: Give hair body and control by applying Suave Professionals Extra Hold Styling Foam to damp hair. Blow dry hair in sections using a medium round brush to lock in volume. Unpin hair at the crown and blow dry in one-inch sections using the round brush. Next, take two-inch sections of hair and spiral wrap around a one-inch curling iron to curl the large sections of hair. Finally, make a high side part at the center of the eyebrow and gather hair into a pony tail on the opposite side of the part. Loosely twist down to create a low chignon off to the side. Secure with pins and let loose pieces of hair fall naturally for a look that’s effortlessly chic. Finish with an extra hold hairspray to lock the style in place.