Beauty The Best Beauty Looks from the 2019 Golden Globe Awards By Victoria Moorhouse Victoria Moorhouse Instagram Website Victoria Moorhouse is a writer, editor, and consultant based in Brooklyn, New York who focuses on beauty, fitness, and health. Victoria was previously the Senior Beauty Editor at InStyle.com and a Senior Editor at POPSUGAR. Her work can also be found in notable publications such as Shape.com, The Zoe Report, Forbes.com, and Well+Good. She graduated from The College of New Jersey with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Professional Writing. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on January 7, 2019 @ 06:00AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Steve Granitz/Getty Images The 2019 Golden Globes marks the official start of awards season, and in addition to inspiring speeches, well-deserved wins, and star-studded red carpets, that means we can also expect a marathon of amazing, unforgettable celebrity beauty looks. The highly-anticipated event also happens to foreshadow some of the biggest beauty trends for the upcoming year. And 2019? Based on what we saw on the red carpet this evening, it's going to be one fantastic and inspiring year for hair and makeup. From Lady Gaga's blue hair to Lupita Nyong'o's eye makeup, keep scrolling to check out some of the best beauty moments we saw at the Golden Globes this year. The Best-Dressed Women at the 2019 Golden Globes VIDEO: The Best of the Best from the 2019 Golden Globes Red Carpet 01 of 20 Regina King Steve Granitz/Getty Images Regina King styled her lob with a side-part and effortless loose curls. Coordinating her makeup and her gown, she opted for shimmery pink eyeshadow and dramatic lashes. Before applying any makeup, celebrity makeup artist Latrice Johnson first prepped her skin with the new Clinique iD Custom Hydrator Hydrating Jelly + Cartridge in Fatigue. This gave her skin a glowing base before any foundation or concealer. 02 of 20 Amber Heard Frazer Harrison/Getty Images After washing, conditioning with the new L’Oréal Paris Total Repair 5 Rapid Reviver Deep Conditioner, and blow-drying, Amber Heard's stylist Jon Chapman curled her hair and then pulled it into a deconstructed updo for the Golden Globes. Heard paired the unexpected choice with a classic red lip and iridescent shadow. 03 of 20 Thandie Newton Kevork Djansezian/NBC/Getty Images The Westworld star amped up the drama with a smoky eye look, featuring sultry gray shadow and lengthened and lifted lashes that you know her character Maeve would love. While there were actually three different shadows used to create the look, the standout shade used as the base was Chantecaille's Mermaid Eye Color in Hematite, a subtle metallic that can be applied with your fingertips. For her hair, the inspiration, according to celebrity hairstylist Nai’vasha, was "'70s soul." To create that vibe, she massaged DevaCurl SuperCream into the palm of her hands and scrunched Newton's hair from ends to root with the DevaCurl SuperCream, and then difused with the DevaCurl DevaDryer and DevaFuser. 04 of 20 Saoirse Ronan Frazer Harrison/Getty Images We love how Ronan's straight lob showed off her root-y, blonde hair color. While most celebrities went with red or pink lipstick for the Golden Globes, Ronan broke out the Chanel Rouge Allure Liquid Powder in Radical, a pretty coral. 05 of 20 Keri Russell Steve Granitz/Getty Images The focal point of Keri Russell's Golden Globes beauty look was, for sure, her sparkly silver eye makeup. To create it, her makeup artist Tina Turnbow reached for shades in Kat Von D Beauty's Fetish Eyeshadow Palette. For her hair, the idea was to create smooth, glamorous, and timeless waves. To prevent any flyaways, celebrity hairstylist Brian Magallones rubbed KMS HAIRPLAY Hybrid Clay Wax in his hands to warm it up and then gently glided them over her hair. 06 of 20 Kaley Cuoco Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images It's time to give half-up, hair-down hairstyles the attention they deserve. Kaley Cuoco did! She wore the hairstyle to the Golden Globes, leaving out her face-framing strands to give it a softer, undone vibe. A cat-eye and pink lip gloss finished off the look. 07 of 20 Emily Blunt Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Emily Blunt is a huge believer in romantic updos, and she proved it once more with this braided bun. The lived-in texture, courtesy of celebrity hairstylist Laini Reeves who created it by applying The One by Frédéric Fekkai One and Then Some Dry Texturizing Spray, made her overall beauty look feel more fresh. For her makeup, celebrity makeup artist Jenn Streicher said the goal was to create something "warrior-like," yet still soft and beautiful. She did that by applying metal tones against dewy skin. That gray-blue shadow? Diorshow Mono in #554 Minimalism. 08 of 20 Allison Janney Steve Granitz/WireImage Here's another reason to finally get bangs this year: Allison Janney. Her side-swept bangs are the perfect way to switch-up your lob in the new year. 09 of 20 Connie Britton George Pimentel Honestly, Connie Britton’s beach waves deserve 3,345 Golden Globes by now. To create the bends in Britton's hair, celebrity hairstylist Anthony Campbell used the TRESemme Thermal Creations 1, which only retails for $17! For that glow, celebrity makeup artist Christy Coleman reached for a Facebook-famous makeup brand, Beautycounter. Her highlighter was the brand's Instant Glow Illuminating Cream. 10 of 20 Julia Roberts Matt Baron/BEI/REX/Shutterstock A simple hair flip not only creates more volume, but it also gives your waves a vintage, 40s feel. Case in point: Julia Roberts’s Golden Globes hairstyle, which featured her honey blonde strands styled in cascading waves. Her makeup was simplistic yet elegant, and skin prep was given the utmost attention. Celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey started her look by treating Roberts's skin to the new Jillian Dempsey Gold Sculpting Bar, which helps contour and tighten the skin on the face. Then, she tapped on the Lancôme Absolue Revitalizing Eye Cream. 11 of 20 Emma Stone Todd Williamson/NBC/Getty Images That shine! Emma Stone walked the red carpet in her shiniest, glossiest waves yet, created by celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak. While you can't see it from the front, the back of Stone's hairstyle featured tiny pearl pins. Before any makeup was applied, celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin used a combo of Clinique iD Custom Hydrator Moisturizing Lotion + Cartridge in Fatigue and the brand's Hydrating Jelly to revitalize and hydrate the skin. She paired her impeccable waves with a glossy peach-pink lip, peach-pink eyeshadow from Sisley's Phyto 4 Ombrés Eyeshadow Quartet in Dream, and yes, peach-pink blush. 12 of 20 Nicole Kidman Matt Baron/BEI/REX/Shutterstock Hair bows are back, and if you needed further proof, just look at Nicole Kidman’s Golden Globes hairstyle. Celebrity hairstylist Kylee Heath pulled her hair back into a low, undone updo, and accessorized it with a black ribbon. She set the entire style with the TRESemmé TRES Two Unscented Extra Hold Hairspray. The supper femme hair look was balanced out with a classic red satin lipstick shade from Kerry Washington's Force of Nature Lip Palette for Neutrogena. 13 of 20 Lupita Nyong'o Matt Baron/BEI/REX/Shutterstock Why wear blue eyeshadow when you can wear blue mascara? That’s how Lupita Nyong’o tied together the color of her dress and her Golden Globes makeup. 14 of 20 Halle Berry Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Halle Berry's mod curtain bangs were the perfect accessory to her high ponytail. 15 of 20 Lady Gaga Steve Granitz Lady Gaga turned heads with pastel blue hair to match her blue Golden Globes gown. To protect her hair color from heat damage while styling, Lady Gaga's hairstylist Frederic Aspiras spritzed in the Joico Blonde Life Brightening Veil. For her makeup, she switched up the color palette just a bit with purple shades from the Marc Jacobs Beauty Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Frivoluxe. 16 of 20 Camilla Belle George Pimentel/WireImage For her Golden Globes eyeshadow, actress Camilla Belle turned to the accent color in her gown. Belle paired her slicked-back lob with bright green eyeshadow, from Chanel's Les 4 Ombres in Splendeur et Audace Palette, haloed around her eyes. She finished off her look with pink lipstick. 17 of 20 Taraji P. Henson Michael Kovac Taraji P. Henson always serves up the best red carpet hair and makeup looks. For the Golden Globes, the actress styled her long hair super straight and with a dramatic and eye-catching center part. For her makeup, she stuck to neutrals with bronze shadow and a glossy lip. 18 of 20 Amy Adams Steve Granitz/Getty Images Amy Adams wore the voluminous blowout of your dreams to the 2019 Golden Globes. For her makeup, she kept up with the classic, tried-and-true theme with peachy-pink lipstick and blush and natural, groomed brows. Her lipstick look, created by celebrity makeup artist Stephen Sollitto, was actually a combo of two different Pat McGrath Labs products: PERMAGEL Ultra Lip Pencil in Bare Rose topped with LUST: Gloss in Flesh Fantasy. But the key to keeping the waves to actually stick around throughout the night? Celebrity hairstylist John D. set Adams's hair with a spritz of TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hair Spray Hold Level 3: Boost to each section curled. 19 of 20 Janelle Monáe Steve Granitz Janelle Monáe coordinated her gold hat with metallic bronze shadow blended all the way to her brow bone and cat-eye. Celebrity makeup artist Jessica Smalls used the Giorgio Armani Beauty Smooth Silk Eye Pencil to create the impeccable wing. And the glow didn’t stop there: Her highlighter perfectly caught the light on the red carpet. 20 of 20 Anne Hathaway Steve Granitz/WireImage Anne Hathaway took on one of the evening's biggest hairstyle trends: super straight hair with a fierce center part. The chic hair moment was paired with modern and clean makeup, thanks to celebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson and Armani's famous Luminous Silk Foundation.