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  • Writer's pictureJim Shaw

GRAMMY AWARDS 2024 BEST MEN’S HAIR LOOKS

The 66th Annual Grammy Awards took place on February 4th, 2024, and as always, there were some fantastic looks on the evening. Below, I share some of my favourite men’s hair looks from the night...

 

Peso Pluma – Peso Pluma is renowned for his mullet haircut and at this year’s Grammys he wore this slightly shorter, sleeker and smoother. He looks as though he had a recent cut, with the length being cut shorter at the back and with a blunt, clean finish. His fringe as always, a standout feature in the haircut, which looked fresh and blunt, paired with a fade on the sides to allow it to really stand out. He also looked to have some soft texture at the top of the cut that looked to be finished with a pomade for subtle definition and a pop of shine.



 

James Blake – I loved James Blake’s effortless style at this year's Grammys. James has a lot of texture in his haircut, which suits him perfectly and gives the appearance of a thicker, fuller head of hair. He teams this with slightly shorter slides to enhance the length and texture on top. When adding texture and definition to this cut, I love to use a good clay product that has a matt finish to provide the hair with a natural finish like the American Crew Matte Clay.



 

John Batiste – John Batiste looked as cool as ever at this year’s Grammys! I loved his whole look including his silver trousers and matching button-up jacket from Versace. He wore his hair in his signature style – a fade at the sides with twists at the crown. I love the contrast between the shorter sides and long twists. It’s such a fun yet formal and stylish look.



 

Calvin Harris – the side parting is back and bigger than ever in 2024 and Calvin showed off this look at this year's Grammy awards, pairing this with shorter sides and a more natural and effortless finish complete with a longer length beard. Combining a side parting with a subtle quiff is a great way to give your hair a sophisticated appearance whilst also adding height and paired with shorter sides, this is a classic style we will see be on trend for some time to come.



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