The Grammy Awards are over and done with for another year and, regardless of what you think about them, they have still managed to throw up a lot of talking points.

We've already seen the best, worst and most WTF outfits of the night, and the complete list of winners, but now it's time to take at the grooming style that was on show.

Despite the fact he declined to perform at the ceremony, Drake killed it as always with a flawlessly shaped beard and pristine fade. Meanwhile, NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown and BTS V pulled off the most outrageous looks of the night. Take a look at the most enviable, most daring, and most questionable grooming looks below.

The Most Enviable


Just when you thought Drake's grooming standards couldn't get any higher, he steps out looking like this. His beard lines are as precisely defined as a cliff edge, while his fade up top is as smooth as it comes.

Ludwig Göransson

Super long hair seems to be making something a return of late. Swedish composer Ludwig Göransson rocks it perfectly here, striking the balance between wild and too wild just right.

Travis Scott

Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner stole the show with their very open displays of affection for each other on the red carpet, but equally as endearing was the matching strands of falling hair.

The Most Daring


BTS V, a member of the South Korean pop band BTS, had arguably the strongest look of the night. His mint green heavily banged do was easily the most talked about on social media too.

Antonio Brown

The NFL's Antonio Brown is known for his outlandish haircuts and beards, but we've not seen anything quite like this. That's a blonde mustache with blonde and blue dyed bits in his hair, in case you really needed that pointing out.

The Most Questionable

Shawn Everett

Canadian music engineer and producer Shawn Everett, best known for his work with Alabama Shakes and Weezer, probably didn't do himself or his unkempt hair any favors with those football pads.

Minus Gravity

Which of the three members of Minus Gravity will regret his hairstyle most in years to come remains to be seen.

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