While most red carpets showcase a sea of pretty looks on their best behaviour, the Brit Awards celebrate an anarchic spirit. Think punky graphic eyes, oversize hair and even a hat (definitely a rarity on any red carpet). Keep scrolling for the 10 best beauty looks at the Brit Awards.
We're obsessed with Adele's new choppy bob that she wore blow-dried but with a slightly mussed-up texture. The laid-back hair balanced her glam red lip and flick of liner.
Rihanna has been making her comeback this year, and at the Brit Awards, she went for a girly look—pastel lilac and warm peach eye shadow and a flick of liner. Looks like the bob is working on its own comeback too.
If it ain't broke don't fix it, so the saying goes, and that is definitely Alexa's approach when it comes to red carpet beauty. She wore her shaggy lob glossy but with texture and opted for a softly lined eye and neutral lips.
Lily got the LFW memo that an oversize graphic smoky eye is the look du jour. She balanced the eye with a natural lip, while the sleek centre parting ensured her eyes were the star of the show.
We're impressed with Cheryl's messy hun that would work just as well off the red carpet as it does on.
The half-ponytail is making its comeback and trying to oust the hun off the top spot. We love Ella Eyre’s take on this hairstyle which adds a subtle detail to her tumbling curls.
Singer Jess Glynne wore her signature red curls bigger than ever having had them backcombed to bring out the frizzy texture. Like Lily, she embraced an oversize graphic eye.
Kylie put on a masterclass in how to style your hair when wearing a hat: a low tousled ponytail at the back, pretty tendrils left loose around the face at the front. Hat on top.
The supermodel went for a rock-chick look with heavily lined eyes and tousled hair. Get that dry texture into your hair by using Bumble and bumble Cityswept Finish Spray (£22).
Which is your favourite celeb beauty look at the Brits? Let us know in the comment box below.