13 Makeup Ideas From The 2017 Grammys You Can Actually Try At Home

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If there's one thing you can count on at any Grammy awards show, it's that celebs will show up and show out in jaw-dropping fashion. But the best makeup looks from the 2017 Grammys prove the stars were just as daring this year with their beauty beat as they were with their fashions.  

It's always going to be the designer gowns and off-beat attire that make the Grammys memorable. There will be no forgetting looks like Lady Gaga's badass Grammys outfit or Joy Villa's Donald Trump dress. Still, the stunning hair and makeup looks deserve just as much praise. From the soft glam to the boldly unique, celebs used the red carpet to test the beauty waters, and a lot of it was so on point. It wouldn't be surprising if you were inspired to try all of the Grammys looks on yourself, considering the slay was real this year.

Luckily, you don't have to be a pro artist to nail the graphic liner, metallic makeup, and glitter lips spotted on the red carpet. A quick tutorial and a few key products are all you need to get award winning makeup inspired by your favorite celebrities. Check out any of these 13 beauty how-tos and you can actually do 2017 Grammys makeup at home.

1. Beyoncé's Glossy Lid

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The Queen Bee had one of the most captivating makeup looks of the night. Glowing like a bronze goddess, the mother-to-be served face with a glossy lid. And the best part is, Beyoncé's Grammys makeup is actually doable. Using a concoction of vaseline and clear gloss, Jordan Liberty's glossy lid tutorial shows you just how to get Bey's mesmerizing eye.

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2. Rose McGowan's Metallic Lips

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Taking things up a notch, Rose McGowan was so on trend with a metallic makeup look. Pairing a shimmering eye with iridescent lips, she was just as glitzy as a Grammys trophy. Count on FaceOverMatter's tutorial to teach you how to get an all over shimmer just like this boss babe.

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3. Kelsea Ballerini's Golden Shadow

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There's nothing like a sun-kissed glow to brighten up the face. Kelsesa Ballerini's bronzey makeup look was absolutely radiant. Perfect for an everyday beat, KateLeahh's bronze makeup tutorial nails that ethereal glow that defined Ballerini's facade.  

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4. Tinashe's Red Eye

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A bold wash of color will surely turn heads. Look to Tinashe for makeup inspo when you want to spice up your look with a pop. Makeup Maven Kathleen Light's how-to combines an orange and pink color scheme just like the R&B princess.

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5. Andra Day's Retro Glam

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Rocking a retro look like Andra Day is easy peasy. Combine metallic lips with bold liner work to follow in her footsteps. Irishcel507's tutorial makes Day's look a dream come true.

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6. Katharine McPhee's Glittery Lid

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Two snaps for Katharine McPhee's glitter eyes. With loose glitter and the right primer at your side, you could have her rosy makeup look down pat. Follow Marylia Scott's pink glitter tutorial to a tee and you could be ready to take the red carpet yourself.

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7. Solange's Graphic Liner

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You can rock graphic liner IRL just like the beautiful Solange. Desi Perkins' tutorial proves you don't have to copy the songstress' makeup perfectly to capture the essence of edgy liner work. Just be sure to let your  eyes do the talking by keeping the rest of your look simple and neutral.

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8. Laverne Cox's Bold Shadow

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Laverne Cox's makeup was all about going bold or going home. A dramatic cut crease like Vladimir Carpathian's look falls right in line with Cox's Grammys beat by pairing contrasting shadows with bold liner.

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9. Kat Graham's Glitter Lips

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Too fierce for words, Kat Graham's red glitter pout was definitely a looker. Complimented with wispy lashes and white liner in her waterline, Graham's lips were the true star of her getup. Use Donovan Gibb's tutorial to get her look at home, and you won't be sorry.

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10. Lea Michele's Soft Glow

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Soft eyes and an all-over glow made Lea Michele stand out amongst the sea of glitzy red carpet makeup looks. HelloOctoberXO's pink eyeshadow tutorial keeps things simple and fresh with a light flush of color to get a look that mimics Michele's glam.

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12. Hillary Scott's Soft Smokey Eye

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Tssss! Hillary Scott's makeup was almost too smoldering to handle. Recreate her eyes for a night on the town to really up the ante on your look.  Teni Panosian's brown smokey eye nails her sultry eyes and nude lips to perfection.

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13. Jennifer Lopez's Lavender Pop

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If anyone could make a soft purple eye look ultra glam, it's Jenny from the block. Pairing a neutral lip with a lavender smokey eye just like the latin bombshell, Sonjdradeluxe's tutorial is surely J.Lo approved.

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Slay on at home by keeping these tutorials in your beauty archives. With just a little practice, you could be on your way to rocking a red carpet worthy makeup look that's deserving of an award.