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Each year, the music industry's biggest stars bring out their boldest and most-daring looks for the Grammy Awards' stage and red carpet. And despite this year's unconventional ceremony, some celebs are still going for full-on glam. But before that can happen, pop, country and rock royalty turn to their crews of stylists, makeup artists, hair stylists, manicurists and aestheticians to make sure they look their best for the Grammys.
The best part: They shared every intimate behind-the-scenes moment with us on social media. Check out what Maren Morris, Lizzo and more are doing before the biggest night in music.
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion
The first-time Grammy nominee and performer shared a behind-the-scenes look as her glam team put their finishing touches on her daring Dolce & Gabbana look. "We hea 🏆🧡 gabbana girl 💁🏽♀️ @dolcegabbana," Megan said.
The rapper's hairstylist Kellon Deryck did her hair for both the red carpet and her Grammy performance using Dyson hot tools, including the Supersonic Professional edition dryer and Corrale Straightener. "Megan and I are very deliberate about maintaining the integrity of her hair. When doing hair it's very easy to damage with high heat products, so we use Dyson to style hair with no extreme heat damage," Deryck said.
Courtesy of Erika La Pearl for PAT McGRATH LABS
Cardi B's in the house! Makeup artist Erika La' Pearl gets the artist prepped ahead of her performance tonight. The pro is using Pat McGrath Labs products, including the brand's new Skin Fetish: Ultra Glow Highlighter ($48) for the "ultimate glow up."
The "WAP" rapper also shared a makeup-free photo before she started her glam process, revealing that the chilly winds in N.Y.C. gave her skin a red reaction.
"It was sooo cold outside that my face got freeze burns," Cardi said on her Instagram Story.
The country star snapped a selfie as celebrity makeup artist Mary Phillips and hairstylist Marwa Bashir helped her get ready for the show. "Bring the 'beat' in..." Morris said.
The three-time Grammy winner treated her face to a gel sheet mask (and even used a mask on her hands!) the night before the ceremony. "Okay Grammys, see you tomorrow!" the "Juice" singer said as she blew a kiss to the camera.
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The first-time nominee took fans along as she prepared for her debut at the Grammy Awards. "Can't believe this day is here! Will be sharing some BTS from the #Grammys all day!" Guyton wrote on Instagram as she checked out her completed hair and makeup look.
In classic candid Chrissy Teigen fashion, the Cravings cookbook author celebrated husband John Legend's Grammys win (best R&B album for Bigger Love) from their kitchen at home wearing nothing more than a bath towel.
The "If the World Was Ending" nominee snapped a pic in a white bath towel while surrounded by lots of YSL Beauté makeup as hairstylist Scott King and makeup artist Rob Scheppy gave her some gorgeous glam.
"Getting ready for grammys 💋," Michaels captioned the photo.
Matching in plush white robes and kitten heels, the Grammy nominated girl group shared a laugh on their balcony. "anyone on my level?" they said on their Instagram Story.
The 63rd annual Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, air live on March 14 on CBS.