Lady Gaga Just Rocked Ally’s ‘A Star Is Born’ Hairstyle at the Grammys—Here’s How to Re-Create the Look

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Lady Gaga got back to her A Star Is Born roots tonight at the 61st annual Grammy Awards…literally. 

The 34-year-old nine-time Grammy Award winner hit the red carpet rocking total Ally hair—oh, and 101 carats of Tiffany diamonds.

To recreate her A Star Is Born look, “Goddess Gaga” looked to Joico’s artist ambassador Frederic Aspiras to give her a lived-in hairstyle that harkened to mind the character who made her a, well, movie star. Aspiras explained that he set out to create a look with texture that was also soft and sleek by throwing in two different kinds of waves.

He set a shiny foundation for the look by using Joico Defy Damage shampoo and conditioner and spraying Defy Damage Protective Shield on towel-dried hair from her roots to tips. (PS: The Defy Damage collection drops in March.) Next, he used the ghd wide-tooth detangling comb ($22) to brush and section her hair into four sections. He applied Blonde Life Brilliant Tone Violet Smoothing Foam ($22) onto each section before blowing her hair out smooth with a paddle brush. To stay true to Ally’s look, he focused on minimizing volume.

Then, Aspiras used two different curling irons to create S waves and larger curls to give it a natural varied look. Finally, he set the style with Body Shake Texturizing Finisher ($20) all over and tousling her waves with his fingers.

On the red carpet, Gaga offset her loose waves with a 91-carat diamond necklace that took more than a year to create and a set of ten-carat princess-cut Tiffany earrings. Can you say swoon?

Was a star born tonight? We’d definitely say so.

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