Last Sunday night, we enjoyed watching the 62nd Grammys Awards, especially all the hair style-inspiring red carpet looks.

We have picked out some of the top trends of the Grammy’s, with tips and tricks from London-based Millimetre Salon Group’s Master Stylist, David Bensu.

 

Heidi Klum is gorgeous as always, keep your blow-dry wavy and smooth with David Bensu’s tips. To create this look at home, there are few tricks you can use to have bouncy and smooth hair. Let’s start from the basics, use Pureology Clean Volume shampoo (RRP £16.00) and conditioner (£20.00) to wash and condition your hair. Before starting to blow-dry your hair, apply a couple of pumps of 72 Hair – Blow-dry Cream (RRP £14.99), to make the best out of your blow-dry. While using the hairdryer, don’t use high temperature to dry your hair, 1400W is more than enough, stick on low or medium setting for the temperature. Use a big round brush to smooth your hair and pin the curls with some hairpin, for 10 minutes. Use Keune Hairspray to set your blow-dry (RRP £16.00).

 

Wear your ponytail slick, sleek and stunning like Ariana Grande. To create this look at home David Bensu recommends: use Pureology Smooth Perfection shampoo (RRP £16.00) and conditioner (RRP £20.00) while washing your hair. Then simply blow-dry your hair straight with a big round brush, smooth and silky, this is our goal for this look, then apply Keune Shaping Fibres – Modelantes (RRP £12.50), put a pea-size drop of fibre on your palm and rub your hands together, then on your hair from the roots to the ends, comb it through and style the ponytail as you like, keep it flat and slick.

 

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Keep your bohemian chic like Dua Lipa. The perfect top tip for this look is to wash your hair the day before you are planning to do your bohemian, it will hold much better! Brush your hair to remove all knots and tangles, then use Keune Texture Spray (RRP £17.00), it will help set the style. Spray and massage your hair from the roots through the ends. Comb your hair back into a ponytail, set it high and tight. Take the entire handful of hair and twist it in the same direction, twist and wrap it into a knot. Finish the look using some pin to set your bun, use from 3 to 6 bobby pins to keep your bun in place. As a final touch, use some hairspray to set your marvellous bohemian. For a different style, try to leave out the top side section of your hair, as Dua did. Comb and set the front-top hair with for a natural look or for a more elegant one, use your straighter for a smooth and silky touch.

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