The Exact Products Used for the Best Grammys 2024 Beauty Looks

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Who needs dupes when you can shop the products used on your faves?

There’s only one thing better than a good dupe: the real thing. During music’s biggest night, we couldn’t take our eyes off of the best Grammys 2024 beauty looks, from Victoria Monet’s perfect nude lip to Tyla’s mesmerizing glow, to Janelle Monáe’s gorgeous winged liner. When we finally did tear our peepers away from the TV screen, we got to digging.

Luckily, we’ve found the exact beauty products that the makeup artists used on the music industry’s A-list before they hit the red carpet. So without further ado, learn more about the inspo behind the best Grammys 2024 beauty looks and, of course, shop the products you need to recreate them.

Kelsea Ballerini

Makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan used CoverGirl products for Kelsea Ballerini’s show-stopping glam, including Lash Blast Cleantopia Mascara in Extreme Black and one of our favourite lip glosses on the market (swear!), Clean Fresh Yummy Gloss in 200 Laugh-vender.

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Lana Del Rey

Makeup artist Etienne Ortega used Charlotte Tilbury products, like the beloved Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara, on Lana Del Rey, completing the singer’s signature sultry gaze — made extra sultry thanks to Lana’s new fringe, courtesy of hairstylist Anna Cofone.

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Miley Cyrus

“For Miley at the Grammys I wanted her to glow like a golden goddess, a touchable beauty,” writes makeup artist James Kaliardos, who used Pat McGrath Labs on the first-time Grammy award-winner. “The end result is just gorgeous with perfected shapes and a tonal palette with golden goddess punctuations.”

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Victoria Monet


Makeup artist Alexander Echeverri used MAC Cosmetics MACximal Lipstick in “Kinda Sexy” paired with Chestnut lip liner, for Monet’s perfect nude lip. Shop the pairing and recreate the versatile look yourself.

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“Today is such a major celebration; SZA truly radiates inside out and I wanted the makeup to reflect that,” writes makeup artist Deanna Paley. “The most nominated artist and I created her signature captivating cat eye with a touch of gold to pair with her stunning dress.” Paley used Pat McGrath products, like the Mothership V: Bronze Seduction Palette.

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“This look was inspired by Tyla’s glowing and natural signature style,” says Matthew Fishman, the makeup artist behind Tyla’s glam. Fishman used Pat McGrath Labs Divine Blush: Legendary Glow Colour Balm in “Forbidden Fleur” for the singer’s otherworldly glow, and a combo of Vaseline body cream, oil and lotion, to extend Tyla’s radiance below the neck.

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Lainey Wilson

“My inspiration was Bridget Bardot, but with a modern twist in keeping radiance, dimension and color in the skin,” says makeup artist Nikki DeRoest. “I love using these products because I know they stay all day and don’t transfer onto clothes, and have the most beautiful finish.”

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Ice Spice

Makeup artist Karina Milan turned to Charlotte Tilbury products, like Hollywood Flawless Filter 2.5, to achieve the beautiful finish on Ice Spice’s complexion at the Grammys.

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Janelle Monáe

Makeup artist Keita Morre used L’Oréal Paris products to achieve Janelle Monáe’s stunning winged liner and nude lip. The star of the show? Infallible Grip Mechanical Gel Liner in “Black.”

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