How The Stars Prepared for The Grammy Awards Red Carpet
The Grammys never fail to deliver some of the most shocking, revealing and risqué red carpet looks every year. But before that can happen, music’s biggest stars turn to their massive crews of stylists, makeup artists, hair stylists, manicurists and aestheticians to make sure they look their best for the biggest night in music.
The best part: Stars shared every intimate behind-the-scenes moment with us on social media. Check out what Cardi B, Katy Perrythis link opens in a new tab and more are doing before they make their grand appearances at Sunday’s 61st Annual Grammy Awards in L.A.
The rapper and Grammy nominee kicked off her glam session with a manicure done by her younger sister Hennessy Carolina.
“Thuyen! Take me back to 2008!” the pop star said as her aesthetician Thuyen Nguyen gave her a cupping facial. “Just make me look like it was my first Grammys. Not my 75th!”
The best new artist nominee started off her Grammys morning with a hearty breakfast of scallion cream cheese, a poppy-seed bagel, tomatoes, avocados, eggs and potatoes. “Yeah, about trying to eat healthy right before the red carpet um, not going to work,” she said on her Instagram Story.
The country star makes sure the vibes in her dressing room are on point as she gets ready for the red carpet by lighting a Le Labo Palo Santo 14 Candlethis link opens in a new tab, laying out healing crystals and doing a tarot card reading.
The actress and Grammy presenter isn’t letting a dislocated shoulder stop her from going to Grammys weekend parties! Dobrev soothed the pain by simply rubbing a CBD pain salve all over the irritated area.
The country crooner’s makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan prepped the star’s skin with cooling Skyn Iceland firming eye gelsthis link opens in a new tab before applying her makeup.
The 61st Annual Grammy Awards are broadcasting live from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT on CBS.