Cardi B Flaunted a Bubble-Gum Pink Hair Improvement at the 2021 Grammy Awards

Cardi B Flaunted a Bubble-Gum Pink Hair Transformation at the 2021 Grammy Awards

Last night, for the first televised performance of “WAP,”Cardi B required to the Grammys stage in an armor-like bikini and a fresh charm look: a bubble-gum pink pixie cut– all the much better to accompany her gravity-defying choreography.

“We wanted to do something quite and light to frame her face,” hairstylist Tokyo Stylez informs Style. “We in fact did that hairstyle the night prior to the efficiency and Cardi liked it so much we just did it once again in pink.” The change was made possible by a Kendra’s Boutique wig which was lightened with Joico’s Blonde Life Powder Lightener with 20 Volume LumiShine Designer. The color itself was Color Intensity Rose Gold. To style the wig day of, Stylez used Blonde Life Brilliant Glow Brightening Oil and JoiMist Company Finishing Spray while using the Dyson Supersonic with styling Concentrator attachment on its low heat setting. “I always like brief hair on Cardi because it brings out her lovely functions and we also agreed long hair with her efficiency attire would have been too much,” Stylez notes. (Cardi herself kept in mind that her ensemble, created by Rey Ortiz and styled by Kollin Carter, was “heavy,” calling for some lightness above the neck.)

For makeup, artist Erika La Pearl developed a glowing skin with Pat McGrath’s Sublime Excellence Foundation and Skin Fetish Ultra Radiance Highlighter. Cardi’s eyeshadow played off her hair with a rose gold pigment, made even more stage-ready by Perma Precision Liquid Eye Liner. And those statement brows? Artist René de la Garza worked his magic with aid from Thuya NYC brow lamination item, NaturaverdePro wax, and Tweezerman tools.

“To produce a brand-new appearance along with the adrenaline rush is my favorite part of doing award programs,” says La Pearl, though this year’s performance was pre-recorded, using a more unwinded glam preparation session for the group. “This was less action than before. Grammys is a high stakes job and you constantly get nervous no matter how lots of times you do it. However this year was actually relaxed, no audience and no rushing,” Stylez adds. “I in fact miss out on the old days of chaotic shows but I make sure we will return to that soon, so I will enjoy this while it lasts.”

Released at Mon, 15 Mar 2021 20:18:40 +0000