ladies, say goodbye to your straightening irons: The latest word on the red carpet is that waves are here to stay.
On Sunday night, stars attending the Grammy and BAFTA awards let down their hair, in an ode to spring's normcore trend. So what's the secret behind the wavy dos' success?
The seemingly low-maintenance kink lets the gowns and accessories do the talking. Hot on the heels of the widely adopted "wob" (wavy bob) trend, Rapunzel-like lengths continue to be a red-carpet worthy look.
Staying true to their roots, Best New Artist nominees Haim rocked the wavy look like no others at the Grammy Awards on Sunday.
*Beyonce shows of her perfect Grammy goddess-like waves as she poses with her three awards at music's biggest annual event on Sunday.
*Madonna softens her matador look at the Grammy Awards with 1950s glamour-puss waves, a timeless style that the material girl keeps going back to.
*Grammy winner for Best Country Album Miranda Lambert oozes wholesome charm with gorgeous, loosely tousled waves.
*British actress and former Bond girl Rosamund Pike uses her bad-hair-day-turned-good au naturel "wob" to show off her stunning halterneck dress by Roland Mouret.
*Julianne Moore's enviable long and lovely waves perfectly complemented her 70s-inspired scarlet Tom Ford gown at the BAFTAs on Sunday.
*Reese Witherspoon shows off her crowning glory with a simple, natural wavy blow-out.
*British actress Holliday Grainger's slick 20s-inspired wob amps up the impact of her white gown.
*British actress and mother-to-be Keira Knightley sported unfussy barrel-created deep waves to perfection.