The Surprising Beauty Look That Swept The AMAs Red Carpet

Photo: Jeff Kravitz/AMA2016/FilmMagic.
Blame J.Lo and the down-to-there locks she wore at the Latin Grammys this week, but a parade of long, sleek hair swept the American Music Awards red carpet tonight — and it has us seriously missing our high school flat irons.

As you already know, textured waves and curls (and messy, lived-in styles) have reigned supreme for years, making this a departure from what we normally see on awards show red carpets. The only downside? You're probably going to need some extensions to try this one at home.

It seems that everyone got on board, including Julianne Hough, Taraji P. Henson, and Ariana Grande. And when it came to the styling? Small tweaks gave each star an individualized finish.

Click through to see all of our favorites. (Then break out that flat iron!)
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Photo: Jeff Kravitz/AMA2016/FilmMagic.
Chrissy Teigen
The styling of this trend came in two in forms: long and sleek, with a sharp center part — a groovy nod to the '70s...
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Photo: Kevin Mazur/AMA2016/WireImage.
Ariana Grande well as an I Dream of Jeannie high pony.
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Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage.
Taraji P. Henson
The only exception? Henson, who sported a low pony with the longest length of the night, worn in soft, shiny waves.
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Photo: Jeff Kravitz/AMA2016/FilmMagic.
Julianne Hough
Fun fact: This is the exact same style that Selena Gomez wore on last year's AMAs carpet...
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Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images.
Heidi Klum
Klum opted for the high and sleek pony version of the trend.
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Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images.
Bailee Madison
Madison's pony is the shortest of the bunch — although still down her back — and is finished with a section of hair wrapped around the elastic.
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Photo: Jeff Kravitz/AMA2016/FilmMagic.
Bebe Rexha
Rexha is giving us Marcia Brady vibes with her extra-long style — and we're here for it.

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