- The 62 nd Yearly Grammy Awards will be held on January 26, 2020, in Los Angeles, California.
The Grammy Awards are this weekend, and everyone is on the edge of their seats to see what their artists will use, from head to toe.
We have actually picked 25 of the most sensational beauty takes a look at the Grammys over the years, from Cher’s iridescent butterfly clip to Christina Aguilera’s Old Hollywood glamour.
Keep scrolling to see the most renowned appeal searches in Grammys history.
Singer and starlet Gloria Loring’s take a look at the 1968 Grammy Awards is ageless.
That exact same year, Loring launched her very first album, “Today.”
Cher’s vibrant butterfly clip and purple frosted eye shadow made her appear like a fairy princess at the 1974 Grammys.
That year, the vocalist provided Stevie Wonder with the Album of the Year award for “Innervisions,” along with Telly Savalas.
Bette Midler accepted her royal side at the 1977 Grammy Awards with a golden crown.
Three years prior, Midler won the award for Finest New Artist, and had also been nominated for Album of the Year with “The Divine Miss M,” and Best Pop Vocal Efficiency, Female, for “Boogie Woogie Bugle Young Boy.”
Dolly Parton’s epic curls at the 1977 Grammys have given us all hair envy for years.
That year, Parton was commemorating a nomination for Best Nation Singing Efficiency, Female, for “All I Can Do.”
Grace Jones embraced a strong look at the 1983 Grammys, from her blush to her eyeshadow and lipstick– not to mention her gigantic hat.
Jones got her one and only Grammy nod to date that year for Best Video Album for “Grace Jones: A One Guy Program.”
We seldom see Mariah Carey without super-straight tresses, but at the 1993 Grammys, she experimented with bouncy curls.
At the 35 th Yearly Grammys, Carey existed to celebrate her nod for Finest Pop Vocal Efficiency, Female, for “Dreamlover.” At that point in her career, she had actually currently picked up seven elections and two wins, consisting of Best New Artist in 1990.
Selena’s red lip looked flawless at the 1994 Grammys.
In 1994, Selena won her very first, and regretfully just, Grammy for her album “Live,” which was named the Best Mexican-American Album.
Lauryn Hill was a ’90 s dream at the 1997 Grammys with her brown lipstick and light eye shadow.
Hill, along with the rest of her group The Fugees, were chosen for Album of the Year with “Ball Game.” 2 years later, her debut solo album, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” would make history with 10 nominations, the very first lady to ever be nominated that sometimes. She ‘d go on to win 5 of those awards, setting another record.
Fiona Apple embodied the ’90 s trend of matching your lipstick and eyeshadow at the 1998 Grammys.
Apple’s crimped hair includes another ’90 s pattern to this altogether renowned look. That year, she took home the statue for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, for “Criminal,” and was also nominated for Best New Artist and Finest Rock Tune.
Alicia Keys might not wear makeup anymore, but at the 2002 Grammys, she went heavy on the glittery eye shadow– and looked fantastic.
Keys won 5 Grammys that night, consisting of Best Brand-new Artist, and Tune of the Year for “Fallin’.”
At the 2002 Grammys, Britney Spears’ blush provided her a luminous glow, and her voluminous curls make us want she strayed from the pin-straight hair more frequently.
That year, Spears was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album for “Britney,” and Best Female Pop Singing Efficiency for “Overprotected.” It would be two more years prior to she ‘d win her first and just Grammy to date in 2004, for Finest Dance Recording for “Hazardous.”
Christina Aguilera directed Old Hollywood glamour and Marilyn Monroe at the 2006 Grammys.
Aguilera was chosen for Best Pop Cooperation with Vocals for her duet with Herbie Hancock, “A Song for You.”
Woman Gaga put a dark spin on the Barbie visual with her neon yellow hair, bubblegum pink lipstick, and strong smoky eye at the 2010 Grammys.
Gaga was chosen for Album of the Year for “The Fame,” and Record of the Year and Song of the Year for “Poker Face.” She took home the Grammys for Best Electronic/Dance Album and Finest Dance Recording for “The Fame” and “Poker Face,” respectively.
Adele’s red lip and dramatic winged eyeliner have actually become her standard look, however they made their debut at the 2012 Grammys.
Not that there’s anything wrong with having a standard appearance– especially when it’s as classic and sophisticated as Adele’s.
That year, she went 6 for 6 at the ceremony, and became just the second individual in history to win all four of the basic awards in her career: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Tune of the Year, and Best New Artist (which she took home in 2009).
In 2013, Katy Perry toned down her usual theatrical makeup and shocked with an easy naked lip and a smoky eye.
That night, she was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance for “Wide Awake,” and provided Finest New Artist to Enjoyable.
Likewise at the 2013 Grammys, Rihanna’s eye shadow made her eyes pop, and her lipstick was the ideal shade of red.
Rihanna took home her 6th profession Grammy for Best Short Type Music Video for “We Found Love,” in addition to her two other nods for Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Rap/Sung Partnership for “Where Have You Been” and “Talk That Talk,” respectively.
Jennifer Hudson proved that you can have a strong lip and bold eyes at the 2015 Grammys.
Hudson was chosen for Finest R&B Performance along with R. Kelly for “It’s Your World.”
Taylor Swift showcased a streamlined brand-new bob and a vibrant lip at the 2016 Grammys, while all at once commemorating her new musical design on “1989”
Swift took house Album of the Year for the second time in her career, making her the first female artist in history to do so. She also won Best Pop Singing Album, and Best Music Video for “Bad Blood.”
Beyoncé’s royal headpiece and luminous makeup during her performance at the 2017 Grammys is still jaw-dropping.
Queen Bey gathered 9 nominations that year, winning two, for Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Video, both for “Development.” But even Adele took time out of her speech to tell Beyoncé that “Lemonade” was, in her opinion, the album of the year.
Lana Del Rey chose a celestial headpiece and subtle makeup at the 2018 Grammys.
Del Rey was chosen for Finest Pop Vocal Album for “Lust for Life.”
If anybody deserves to make it to this list twice, it’s Woman Gaga, who wowed with her vibrant winged eyeliner, glittery eyeshadow, and light pink lip at the 2018 Grammys.
This low-key look matched her downplayed fifth album “Joanne,” which she was celebrating that night. She was chosen for Finest Pop Solo Efficiency for “Million Reasons” and Finest Pop Singing Album for “Joanne.”
Andra Day would have made ’60 s queen Aretha Franklin proud with her beehive hair and shimmery eyeshadow at the 2019 Grammys.
The Grammy-nominated vocalist existed to perform throughout the tribute to Franklin, alongside Fantasia and Yolanda Adams.