5 Sexy 2014 Grammy Awards Hairstyles (And The Tools You Need to Get Each Look)

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As expected, there were tons of gorgeous gowns gliding down the 2014 Grammy Awards red carpet. And surprise, surprise (OK, maybe not)—there were just as many marvelous manes to match. Of course we couldn't pick just one, so we singled out five different looks we absolutely loved (and we know you will, too), along with the nifty little heat styling tool you'll need to steal each hairstyle.

The Look We Hope You'll Try: Slight Waves

The Tool to Use: Sultra The Bombshell Cone Rod Curling Iron ($130 at Sephora.com)
Keltie Knight's chin-length asymmetrical bob was chock full of sexy S-waves. To recreate this particular texture—especially on shorter strands—use a clipless curling wand with a tapered end. Curls will be larger at the roots, giving your hair an extra boost of volume. And since there's no clip, the iron doesn't curl the ends and leaves them stick straight and choppy. Such a grungy juxtaposition!

The Look We Hope You'll Try: Corkscrew Coils

The Tool to Use: Verge Spiral Iron ($120 at OneStyling.com)
Faith Evans' tumbling, rich red ringlets look extra lush all slung over one shoulder. A spiral curling wand will give you this exact style. Wind small sections of hair around the screwlike guiding grooves on the barrel to create perfectly even-sized curlicues that'll last for three days minimum. (Did we mention this type of tool works on long and short hair?)

The Look We Hope You'll Try: Retro Curls

The Tool to Use: T3 Voluminous Hot Rollers Set ($99 at Sephora.com)
Rita Ora's twenties-inspired lob is the ultimate go-to 'do when vintage glamour is your main goal. For a head full of fluffy curls just like hers, set freshly blow-dried strands on heated rollers and allow them to cool off while they're still in your hair. (Translation: You have 30 minutes to do your makeup, get dressed, check your email, and grab a snack.) When they're removed, gently rake through your mane with a wide-tooth comb to blend and shape this sexy sculpted style.

The Look We Hope You'll Try:
 Sleek Low Ponytail

The Tool to Use: Maxius SONICglide Styling Iron ($99 at Folica.com)
Katie Peterson's beautiful bone-straight silky ponytail is perfectly polished—and we're totally into that exaggerated length. To steal her immaculate style, pick up a flat iron with separating pins right on the heated titanium plates. That way there's no need to follow directly behind the iron with a fine-tooth comb! Straightening your hair becomes that much easier when the tool glides through your tresses and ensures you detangle every strand in a single pass.

The Look We Hope You'll Try: Ever-So-Slightly Curled Under

The Tool to Use: Babyliss PRO Nano Titanium 1" U Styler ($129.99 at Folica.com).
Kelly Osbourne's trademark lavender bob is cut quite sharp and precise, yet it looks totally touchable and full of swingy movement. For strands that are straight with a slight bend at the ends, a quick whip of the wrist with a curved edge flat iron will definitely do the trick.
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