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2016 Grammy Awards: Justin Beiber's Red Carpet Hairstyle

Anne Moratto | February 17, 2016 | 10:05 AM

 Justin Bieber’s Grammy Awards hairstyle by Florido from Nine Zero One Salon, Los Angeles, CA.

GET THE LOOK:

"I started with UNITE's BOOSTA Spray on his damp hair. I sprayed it mostly in the front to get a little bit of a lift. Mixed in a pump of  UNITE’s U Oil to soften and protect his hair from the heat.  Blow dried the hair and brushed it into the direction I wanted. After the hair is smoothed out, I worked in a dime sized amount of GO24•7 Grooming Cream. This stuff if amazing because it starts off soft, but once you work it through the hair and slick it, it stiffens and keeps the hair where you want it."

INSPIRATION:

"My inspiration for this look, and every other look, stems from a number of things; where we are going, and what he is wearing. It's the Grammy's, and he was nominated (and won!) so we HAD to turn things up and send our boy off looking dapper and clean for his big moment."

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