Music’s biggest night is also a big one for spotting hot beauty and style trends on the red carpet. After prepping for tonight’s show all day, the stars showed up to the 2016 Grammy Awards sporting one of our favorite looks (maybe leftover from Valentine’s Day ;) — pink and peach shadows that will make you beg for springtime already. Whether you plan on wearing this look with thick liner or keeping it simple with mascara for a more naked eye look, the pink eyeshadow trend is pretty perfect. Learn how to DIY a pink smokey eye with our tutorial here and see the stars who wore it below!
1. Kaley Cuoco: The Big Bang Theory actress wore a matte pink look on her eyes with a thin black liner for a super elegant look that’s versatile enough to go from red carpet to every day.
2. Ellie Goulding: The British songstress not only wore a gorgeous pastel pink gown, but also a pretty pastel pinky nude on her lids to match. Her eyes are smoked out in just the outer corners for the extra oomph of definition. Plus, her cheek + lip color match her eyes perfectly.
3. Tori Kelly: The “Could’ve Been Us” singer went a little bolder by layering some more darker pinks into her crease for extra dimension. Everything about this eye makeup demands your attention.
4. Demi Lovato: At first glance, you may think Demi Lovato, who is making her Grammy performance debut tonight, chose to go completely nude on her lids — until the shimmer catches the light. She opted for her a super light champagne peach color for her lids and just tight-lining along her lashes for definition.
5. Tove Lo: Swedish singer Tove Lo went all out with the peach + pink shadow in a way we’ve never seen before — but we likey! Her look uses JUST shadow to create a pink-red cat eye. You could try wetting your brush before applying shadow for extra pigmentation. The overall effect here is so striking, there’s no need for bottom liner.
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Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this article accidentally described Tori Kelly as the singer of Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song.” We regret the oops!