Being a celebrity definitely has its perks. One of them is all the swag the stars get to take home from the many ritzy award shows that they attend.
Anyone who‘s presenting or performing at Sunday’s Grammy Awards was invited to stop by the Grammy Gift Lounge this week at Staples Center in L.A. during rehearsals for the show. That’s where they scooped up the traditional bag of goodies, such as VIP airport pickup service, luxury beauty products, jewelry and much more.
Here’s a look at some of the impressive products featured this year. We’re also suggesting a more affordable substitute, in case that’s more your speed.
Celebrity gift: ReFa Collagen Enrich, $130
Collagen, a protein we all produce, is what makes skin, hair and more look and feel vibrant. Drink some in a yummy flavor and out of a pretty bottle to hop on the beauty trend.
Celebrity gift: Grossé Fringe Long Necklace, $642.28
The lovely, long gold fringe necklace from a jewelry house founded in Germany in 1907 is as appropriate for the office as it is for a TV appearance. It’s listed for $642.28 online — you know, for those of us going without a shopping spree at the Grammy Gift Lounge.
Celebrity gift: It’s a 10 Haircare Miracle Professional Hairdryer, $180
The company behind this hairdryer says it has combined several technologies to make its product dry hair up to 40 percent faster while reducing damage. Yes, please.
Celebrity gift: ReFa Caxa Ray face massager, $280
This beauty tool is meant to give your face “sharper looking contours and features” when you use it for daily massages, according to the official product description.
Celebrity gift: Millianna Shoewelry, $50 to $70
Celebs can wear their sparkle on their feet, on their wrists or around their necks as a choker with these pieces.
Celebrity gift: Alpha Priority Worldwide Gold Card, unlisted
A celeb with this card is entitled to complimentary luxury transportation to or from the airport or a VIP greeter when they land.
The 61st Annual Grammy Awards airs on CBS Sunday, Feb. 10, at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.
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