The Best Beauty Looks From the 2020 Golden Globes Red Carpet
The Golden Globes always mark the official start of awards season — and celebs are certainly showing out.
From soft glam, to a few pops of color, and keeping one of 2019's hottest hair trends alive, here are some of the very best beauty looks of the night from the red carpet.
Check back for more throughout the night.
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Celebrity hairstylist John D. created a sleek bob for the Little Women director using TRESemmé products. As for her makeup, Jenn Streicher gave the star's lips a pop of color with Beautycounter's Color Intense Lipstick in First Date, along with matching rosy cheeks by using the brand's Satin Powder Blush in Guava.
Makeup artist Mary Wiles prepped the star's skin with Dior's Capture Totale Super Potent Age-Defying Intense Serum, then gave both her lips and her eyes a pop of red by using the luxury brand's Rouge Dior Ultra Care Liquid Lipstick in Bloom and the 5 Couleurs Glow Vibes eyeshadow palette.
Groomer and makeup artist Anna Bernabe gave the actor his glow using Armani Beauty products.
MUA James Kaliardos created a no-makeup, makeup look for Miller using Dior Beauty.
While Rooney Mara's makeup was subtle, her extra glitzy hair definitely stole the show.
Theron used Virtue's Healing Oil to smooth down her pixie cut for the big night.
Chopra's soft waves were created by stylist Christian Wood using ghd Hair Tools and finishing with Suave Professionals Define & Shine Gel Serum for extra sheen. The actress topped off her look with a bright and bold red lip created by MUA Mary Phillips who blended Pat McGrath's Permagel Ultra Lip Pencil in Major Red, along with MatteTrance Lipsticks in Vendetta, Obsessed, and Elson 2 for an ombre finish.
The Farewell's Zhao Shuzhen looked stunning with her neutral and big, soft curls.
Kravitz's subtle makeup and sleek pixie cut was balanced out by a vibrant red YSL lipstick.
Lopez's go-to stylist Chris Appleton created a larger-than-life braided bun for the star, which was matched by a bold smoky eye and long, fluttery lashes.
Hairstylist Ray Christopher gave Haddish's hair a smooth finish using both Dyson and Suave Professionals hair products. Her look was topped off by soft, neutral glam.