Gathering all of Hollywood's film and TV stars together in one room, the Golden Globes is the biggest party of awards season—and sets the tone for what's to come trends-wise. Naturally, the ladies get gussied up accordingly. From the all-eyes-on-them Best Actress nominees to the gorgeous presenters and attendees, here are the hair and makeup looks we can't stop swooning over.
With her long, fluffy curls swept back into a sleek-at-the-top, voluminous-everywhere-else ponytail, she donned a gorgeous, bespoke red lip (created with L'Oreal Paris Infallible Paint Lip shades in #322 and #324) that popped against her radiant complexion.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo turned EmRata into a gilded goddess with smoky golden lids and a coral-tinged nude lip, while hairstylist Christian Wood gave her fresh lob and polished, piece-y waves.
Serving up major Sicilian vibes, hairstylist Justine Marjan gave Culpo a center-parted braid updo using GHD hair tools, while Sir John painted on monochrome mocha smoky eyes and matte lips.
Hairstylist Vernon François slicked back Negga's cropped, raven-black hair into modern finger waves. She added some glow with shimmery plum lids, lightly contoured cheeks, and a pinky nude lip.
Channeling Jackie O, the woman behind the role for which she's nominated, Portman styled her how brunette strands into a sleek half-up, half-down bouffant style and punctuated her makeup with sky-high fringe and bright pink lips.
Always one for a statement lip, Chopra donned a dark, red wine pout with shimmery gold shadow on the lids and inner corners of the eyes. She complemented the look with polished ombré waves.
Peaking out 'neath Jones' wispy bangs were her shimmery silver eyes, as well as a cool, pale pink lip to match her ruffled blush gown.
Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin accented Stone's silver Valentino dress with sparkle on the inner lids and a deep pink lip. Her hair was swept back into a loose updo with glossy layers framing the left side of her face.
Proving a dark lip was the beauty look of the night, Washington sported a deep purple pout with long, voluminous lashes and a sleek, deep side-parted 'do.
Never afraid to take a risk, Williams' hair was styled into a wispy top knot accessorized with a silver bun cuff. The adornment helped punctuate the silver shadow smoked around her eyes.
Using Chantecaille products, makeup artist Molly Stern swept rose gold shadow on the lids, blush on the apples of the cheeks, and pink gloss on the lips for youthful sheen.
"I wanted Brie's look to be classic beauty with a powerful lip, smoky eyes and flawless skin," explains makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, who used NARS products on Larson. "The deep, matte red lip plays off the color of her Rodarte dress."
Proving that pink and red can be a winning combination, Collins paired her braided, princess-like updo created by hairstylist Gregory Russell with a red lip—Lancôme's L'Absolu Rouge in Souvenir.
The supermodel sported her signature sleek extra-long hair with spidery lashes, lilac lids, light berry lips, and strobed skin.
Monáe, who has been extra creative with her hair accessories as of late, went for another adorned look by decorating her elegant updo with small pearls. She added extra iridescence to her look with geometric dashes of silver on the lower lids.