Hair was all over the place at the Grammy's in Los Angeles Sunday night, so much so that's it hard to put a finger on the pulse of any particular trend, and that's just fine!
I'll start with what I really liked: Annie Lennox just rocked the room and, maybe partly because she is so amazingly talented, I loved her pixie. What a star she is, such a presence. She has done pixies for a long time, and I can't remember when she didn't look great.
Katy Perry's lavender hair went beautifully with her glittering gown for the red carpet approach. Before the evening was done, she was down to her dark, dark brunette hair, also beautiful. The lavender was really nice, though, probably a wig and a testimony to how far wigs and hair accessories have come. If you haven't looked lately at the possibilities in wigs, you should. This is a great way to change looks quickly, do something really fun for a party or go from the gym to a ballroom in nothing flat.
Outrageous and fun was Sia's wig! It was like an oversized variation of her signature look with square bangs and a short blonde bob. You could barely see her face, also a signature look for Sia. She was like a cool cartoon alongside young dancer Maddie Ziegler in a similar wig but with her face clearly visible.
Almost as interesting in this context was Ariana Grande's hair, which was very much as it usually is, beautiful, long and shiny with a long ponytail gathered from high on her crown in a bun.
Another star on the red carpet, and on stage, with her typically beautiful hair was Beyoncé ... long, loose, natural mocha waves with beautiful caramel highlights. Just works so well for her.
Men, too, were all over with their hair, everything from Elvis to '70s long hair ad old-school rocker.
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, meanwhile, was looking royal with a wrapped braid for a crown. The braid was essentially a hair accessory ... interesting. Taylor Swifts' hair was simple with a slick side part a soft ends, nothing outrageous but an elegant look with a beautiful blue gown on a star-studded night.