From Sandra Bullock's bright pink lip to Zosia Mamet's brand new bob, girly, pretty beauty ruled the 2014 Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles last night. Check out our favourite looks, above!
Hair stylist Renato Campora used L'Oreal's Sleek It Strand Smoother Serum-Spray ($4) to make Witherspoon's asymmetrical bob extra shiny.
That matching your makeup to your outfit thing that ruled last fashion week's runways? Bullock took it for a spin on the red carpet—and we love it.
Makeup artist Vera Steimberg used Chanel Rouge Allure Longwear Lipstick ($34) in Passion on Saldana.
"Sometimes less is more in a sea of overly intricate hairstyles," says hairstylist Harry Josh, who gave Vergara a sleek blowout last night. "Simple and chic can steal the show!"
Makeup artist Kate Lee used a brush to paint a mix of Chanel Rouge Allure Intense Longwear Lip Colour ($34) in Exaltée and Coromandel on Watson's lips.
Hair stylist Alex Polillo gave Moss's chocolate brown hair a deep side part and slight surfer waves.
Celebrity nail artist Lisa Postma used Sally Hansen's Complete Salon Manicure ($6) in Wine Not on Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke.
Makeup artist Jenn Streicher used Giorgio Armani's Rouge Ecstasy Lipstick ($34) in #500 to give Robbie the perfect nude lip.
Makeup artist Stephen Stolitto used Laura Mercier's Bronzing Pressed Powder ($32) in Matte Bronze to pay tribute to the '70s—and Adams' winning film, American Hustle.
Makeup artist Lauren Andersen used Votre Vu's Brow Definer ($24) to scuplt Williams' strong arches.
Manicurist Deborah Lippmann layered her own Nail Polish ($17) in Naked underneath Diamonds and Pearls ($17) for a slightly shimmering, nude manicure.
Fitzgerald got a head start on spring's two biggest beauty trends: a bright orange lip and white eye makeup.
Score Hyland's rosy cheeks with Dior's Blush Trianon Edition ($43) in Corail Bagatelle.
Downton Abbey's Laura Charmichael's navy blue eyeshadow made her bright white gown pop.