Perhaps a bobby pin or hairspray shortage in Hollywood on Grammy night caused A-list hair pros to skip the updos in favour of long, loose tresses. Famous ladies from Kim Kardashian to Jada Pinkett-Smith rocked manes in a variety of lengths and textures.
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The longer, the better! Ciara, Jennifer Hudson and Jennifer Lopez flaunt exaggerated hair extensions at the 2011 Grammy Awards. Photos: Lionel Hahn/Abaca Press/MCT | Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Exaggerated Hair Extensions
Ciara went '70s sleek with a centre part and smooth strands that ended right around her derriere with just a touch of curl to add a little romance to the look. Super-svelte Jennifer Hudson also busted out the flatiron to make her strands just as skinny as her new physique. Meanwhile, Jennifer Lopez put her own twist on the look with a little more volume throughout her superlong tresses and brushed her bangs away from her face, giving the look some additional body.
Jada Pinkett-Smith, Kim Kardashian and Jenna Ushkowitz don textured tresses at the 2011 Grammy Awards. Photos: John Shearer/WireImage | Jill Johnson/jpistudios.com |Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Tons of Texture
Surely giving a small-barrel curling iron a workout, Jada Pinkett-Smith stunned with tight curls that were fluffed into a sexy 'do. Kim Kardashian kept her raven strands long and loose with bombshell waves in a look that was pure Kardashian - sensual and spicy. And Jenna Ushkowitz of Glee kept her style light and airy with beachy, scrunchable waves.
Red Alert! Rihanna, Hayley Williams and Florence Welch rock red hairdos at the 2011 Grammy Awards. Photos: John Shearer/WireImage | Jason Merritt/Getty Images | John Shearer/WireImage
Challenging the age-old adage that it's blondes who have more fun, many of music's finest went bold with bright-red hues. Bringing back her famed crimson hue, Rihanna donned a smooth yet voluminous shoulder-length cut that looked positively ladylike. Hayley Williams of Paramore went even brighter with fire-engine red strands that were styled with short, blunt bangs and curled, face-framing angles. Florence Welch, the ethereal lead of Florence and the Machine, kept her red locks simple with natural-looking waves complemented by some fringe.