The beauty trends winning the 2024 Golden Globes
Awards season has started in style
Editor / January 08 2024
For beauty junkies, awards season is everything. Where else can you see every A-lister parading across the red carpet showcasing what are bound to become the reigning hair, makeup and nail looks of the year?!
And there's one carpet/ceremony that kicks the whole season off in style every January: the Golden Globes. So whether you're looking to replicate Margot Robbie's latest glam look (or to quote our beloved Billie Eilish, you just "love to judge"), here are the 2024 Golden Globe beauty moments you won't want to miss...
A Barbie-esque blowout was the natural choice for Margot Robbie.
Gomez's centre-parted chignon? Old Hollywood heaven.
Taylor Swift was pure perfection with a '70s-style wave look.
Camila Morrone left all eyes on her fluffy brows and and smoky shadow.
Barbie star Ariana Greenblatt went classic-cool with a kohl cateye.
Emma Stone has revived flipped out ends (and hallelujah for that).
Dua Lipa's cherry hair colour was still going strong, styled into mermaid waves.
Riley Keough's raven-hued hair set the scene for her pretty-meets-punk glam.
Hunter Schafer's radiant skin is award-worthy in its own right.
Elle Fanning confirmed side parts are officially in for 2024.
Julia Garner balanced icy silver shadow with peachy lips.
Elizabeth Olsen clashed pink and red in the chicest way possible.
Jennifer Lawrence proved the power of a dramatic side-sweep.
Pugh's freshly-coloured platinum crop was the star of the show.
Priscilla star Cailee Spaeny's bob is going right in our 'haircut reference' folder.
Julia Schlaepfer's tonal burgundy makeup really said 'berry is back'.
Hailee Steinfeld kept it classic with soft pinks and a polished updo.
Dylan Mulvaney's pastel pink vibe was giving Barbiecore with an ethereal twist.
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