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Music’s biggest night celebrated the 56th Grammy Awards and stars showed off their “gotta get it” hair styles! Jenny Balding, NYC Cutler/Redken Styling and Grooming Expert, shares her favorite Grammy styles and steps to show you how you can recreate these looks for your personal red carpet event.


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Beyoncé – “LOVE her ultra sexy chin length bob – this looks amazing because of the colors throughout…dark roots into dark blonde into bright blonde ends.” – Jenny Balding

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Create the Look!

  • If your hair is curly…
    • Create a middle part when wet
    • Redken Curvaceous Full Swirl is perfect for this)
    • Air dry or lightly dry using a diffuser on low-speed and low heat from underneath so as not to create volume at the roots.
    • Shake out with fingers.
  • If your hair is straight or wavy…
    • Use a medium-sized curling iron to recreate this look.
    • Prep hair by misting a light hairspray all over to create texture to the hair (Redken fashion work 12 versatile working spray is light and the perfect spray)
    • Create a middle part and use the curling iron vertically and wind small sections all over making sure to keep the top are on the flatter side.

Rita Ora  “This gorgeous, vintage hollywood inspired hair is very stylish and modern because of the color. Having some regrowth and then really blonde throughout is what makes this look.” – Jenny Balding

56th GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet

Create the Look!

  • Create a low side part on one side
  • Blow dry smooth with a large round brush for the perfect foundation
  • Use a medium-sized curling iron use vertically from mid length to the ends
  • Keeping the part  and the crown area smooth and no volume.

Happy Hair!

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