Award season is upon us, and that means red carpet season is too. HolIywood’s biggest television and movie stars come out to celebrate their accomplishments while looking their most glamorous. And tonight’s 74th annual Golden Globes was no exception.
The fashion looks are definitely worth writing home about, but the makeup and hair moments are also always incredible. From Lily Collins’ romantic pink eyeshadow and red lip combo to Ruth Negga’s '20s-inspired hair, there was a lot of good beauty going on tonight. Ahead, we gathered our favorite picks.
Emily Ratajkowski fooled a lot of us when she showed up on the red carpet with noticeably shorter hair. Turns out, it’s the work of some artfully placed pins.
For Issa Rae’s first red carpet moment, she brought us a knotted updo worthy of a princess.
Janelle Monáe’s hair looks have been absolute treasures during her press run for Hidden Figures, and she continued her reign right on through the Golden Globes. Her accessory of choice tonight were a smattering of mini pearls. Regal through and through.
We’re always fans of an unexpected updo. This one from Karrueche Tran adds some quirk to an otherwise formal night.
We didn’t know we needed this pin-straight hair look and vampy lip from Kerry Washington so badly but we sure are glad it now exists.
Lily Collins’ red lip and pink eyeshadow is an unexpected pairing that we love.
Michelle Williams’ platinum blonde pixie will forever be the best case for short hair.
Child star Millie Bobby Brown kept things simple and sleek with clean hair, pink lipstick, and silver eyeshadow.
Olivia Culpo’s stunned with a gorgeous gilded eye created by Sir John, L'Oreal Paris celebrity makeup artist, using the Pocket Palette Eye Shadow in 'Boudoir Charme.'
To accompany her stellar pantsuit, Evan Rachel Wood went with a curled bang.
Ruth Negga’s slicked, finger wave ‘do was one of our favorite hair moments of the night.
More natural hair on the red carpet, please! Zazie Beetz’s updo is grand, and the black dots under her eyes are very much underrated.
Gal Gadot’s twisty ponytail deserves its very own award.