Beauty at the 2013 Grammy Awards

Although the Grammy committee issued a strong statement about how flashing skin is forbidden, many starlets found ways around that. Creatively concealed, the starlets’ skin was peeking out from many areas of the body. To counter the skin show, many of them kept their makeup neutral and refined.

grammys 13 katy perryKaty Perry went for a deep, cleavage-baring keyhole neckline in skin-tight mint vintage gown. To counter the beaded clusters on top, she kept her makeup simple and chic: sculpted eyes, polished brows, lots of lashes, and a matte nude lip. (Image via celebuzz)

grammys 2013 beyonceBeyonce kept it simple and sleek with a long, straight ponytail and classic red lips. (Image via Bellasugar)

grammys 2013 carrie underwoodCarrie Underwood loaded up on lashes and and a heavy smoky eye, which contrasted against her nude-pink lips and soft waves. (Image via Bellasugar)

See more looks after the jump.

grammys 2013 jloJennifer Lopez paired an extreme, scraped-back topknot with graphic eyeliner, a peachy flush on the cheeks, and her signature nude lip. (Image via Bellasugar)

grammys 2013 adeleAdele‘s bold patterned dress with a retro vibe was complemented by her modern beehive updo and ’60s-inspired makeup. (Image via Rolling Stone)

grammys 2013 rihannaRihanna changed up her locks with long, flowing waves and matched her lips to her dress. (Image via Bellasugar)

grammys 13 j bielJessica Biel was one of my favorite looks of the night. You can’t go wrong in a classic black strapless sheath with statement earrings and neutral makeup. (Image via Huffington Post)

Who sported your favorite Grammy look?

 

 

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