We're not exaggerating when we say that tonight's Golden Globe Awards red carpet has brought out some of the best red carpet game we've ever seen. It made narrowing down our favorite beauty looks a difficult task for sure, but we did our very best—check out our nominees below.
There's just something about this color combo that is so right, and it's really because of that brick-red lip. Try Nars' Lipstick ($27) in Damage for a similar shade; Phillips combined L’Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Gloss ($10) in Rouge Envy, Nude Allure, and Forbidden Kiss for a totally unique, multi-dimensional finish.
Vikander worked closely with hairstylist Chris Naselli on this look, settling on a '40s-esque twisted updo that doesn't compete with the high collar of her Louis Vuitton frock. To ensure that the look would last from red carpet to after-party, Naselli used a combination of Tresemme's Perfectly Undone Sea Salt Spray ($20) and hairspray for extra hold. ("It's not going anywhere," he assured us.)
Disco-chic was a big theme of the night, as exemplified by RHW's '70s goddess look. Get the perfect gilded eye with Dior's Diorshow Fushion Mono Eyeshadow ($31) in Blazing.
The best part of this half-up hairdo is that it works for daytime, too.
Before applying foundation, makeup artist Jeffrey Paul made the Blindspot actress's skin glow with Kiehl's Turmeric & Cranberry Seed Energizing and Radiance Masque ($32), Iris Extract Activating Essence Treatment ($45), and the brand's Ultra Facial Cream ($47).
Hairstylist Cervando Maldonado says he was going for "'70s, modern and chic" with Dunst's updo—though we're getting a bit of a French cool-girl vibe from this look, too, down to the products Maldonado used. That piece-y texture, for example, comes courtesy of Klorane Dry Shampoo ($20), a Monoprix favorite.
Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin tells us she was going for a '70s-inspired look that, while glamorous, still lets Larson's natural beauty shine through. She used Chanel's Soleil Tan de Chanel Illuminating Fluid ($48) on "every inch" of the actress's visible skin for that bronze glow.
Makeup artist Pati Dubroff used Laura Mercier's Candleglow ($58) to create that luminous, lit-from-within look to Bosworth's skin.
We love the understated elegance of J.Law's look.
Blanchett continues her untouchable beauty streak with a hairdo that's spectacularly retro yet not at all dated. The key to a clean, sculpted look is obviously hairspray, and lots of it—avoid gross fumes with Clinique's Non-Aerosol Hairspray ($13).
The riskiest part of this abs-tastic getup is the fact that it's completely monochrome, from the outfit to the mauve-nude makeup. (It obviously paid off.) Try a one-color makeup look with the help of an all-in-one product, like Ilia's Multi-Stick ($34) in I Put a Spell on You.
Mara opted for an elegant updo—all the better to show off her porcelain complexion (and that berry lip).
Which is your top look? Tell us in the comments below, and we'll post the tutorial of the crowd favorite!