She usually plays it safe in black, but last night at the 2013 Grammys, new mum and Best Pop Solo Performance winner Adele opted for a whole new look. And doesn't she look fab! The singer chose top-to-toe Valentino, teaming cute floral courts (a wise choice of heel height for all-night partying) with this gorge paisley frock. How much do we love those flower earrings too? Meanwhile, her beehive 'do and flicked eye make-up stayed true to Adele's signature look. Michael Ashton was the make-up maestro working his magic, and we managed to nab him for five minutes to tell us how you can do it too...
"First, prep and prime to perfection! The secret to creating picture perfect skin is massaging Armani Maestro Fusion Foundation into the face, and adding a sheer veil of YSL Touche Eclat near the inner tear ducts through the t-zone and high planes.
Brows are always so important to complete any make up look, use a clear brow set to groom the shape and then fill and extend with Lancome Le Crayon Poudre brow pencil.
Eyeshadow is kept to a minimum for this look, with just a subtle highlighter on the brow bone, followed by gentle contouring through the socket. Use Lancome Colour Design Infinite in Continuous Creme as a base then create dimension using Lancome Colour Design Eye Shadow Palette in Coral Crush.
The real hero of this look is the liner and lashes. Using Maybelline Studio Gel Liner in black, start on the inner corner of the eye and increase the width of liner as you extend towards the outer corner finishing with a flirty flick.
To give the eyes a polished yet understated feel, place lashes along the entire upper lashline before building up lash density with Lancome Hypnose Star Mascara top and bottom.
To finish the look, a perfect pout is a must. Start by filling in the lip with Rouge d'Armani Lipstick / 101 working from the middle of the mouth and creating the desired shaped using a lip brush. Blot off the excess before tidying edges using MyFace Lip Liner in Nude and apply a slick of Sisley White Diamond lip gloss to the centre of the lip."
"Start by thoroughly prepping the hair. Towel dry from wet, removing excess moisture before spraying through John Frieda Luxurious Volume Blow Out Spray on mid-lengths and ends.
Flip the hair over with your head between your knees, blasting hot air down the hair shaft whilst finger drying - creating instant lift at your roots and thickness through the rest of your hair.
Once the hair is almost 80 per cent dry, flip your hair back over and take large sections, smoothing them with a medium sized round brush. Pay particular attention to the ends to ensure they are bouncy and luscious.
Next, set the hair on hot rollers to further smooth, give movement and create texture, spritzing each section with John Frieda Frizz-Ease Heat Defence for added protection.
Allow the rollers to completely cool down before removing and brushing through with a natural bristle brush.
Twist and secure the back section of the hair into a french twist, smoothing any flyaways with John Frieda Luxurious Volume Hairspray and the end of a tail comb.
Section and back brush the remaining hair, before placing and pinning away from the face to build shape."