Kicking off red carpet season for 2018, last night Hollywood played host to the 75th annual Golden Globes. The red carpet was a sea of black outfits for the Time's Up initiative that saw actors and actresses, "stand in solidarity with women and men everywhere who have been silenced by discrimination, harassment or abuse."
The beauty looks? Stunning lips, sleek strands and radiant complexions that have danced in our heads for months have finally been realised on the red carpet. As usual, all our favourite stars (of the big and small screens) brought their A game. Keep reading to see each and every jaw-dropping look from the 2018 Golden Globes. (Your beauty fix awaits.)
A rich berry-hued lip complemented Alexis Bledel's blush-flushed cheeks and sleek, parted hairstyle.
For maximum drama, Jamie Chung opted for a crisp centre part, bold brows and gorgeous red lip.
A nod to Old Hollywood glamour, triple threat Dove Cameron went with tousled waves, a touch of colour on her lips and a sultry, smoked-out eye.
All eyes were on Tracee Ellis Ross on the red carpet with her thickly lined eyes, orange-red lips and showstopping turban.
Actress Allison Williams went for soft and subtle with a nude tone on her pout and a soft eye look to add a hint of depth and dimension. A soft updo kept the focus on her gorgeous bone structure.
Nominated for her leading role on the NBC hit show This Is Us, actress Mandy Moore commanded the red carpet with a matte red pout and a clean updo with a centre part.
Madeline Brewer added a touch of edge to her classic waves with a demure red lip and glowing skin. (Plus, we can't get over those cascading waves.)
Actress Claire Foy let her bright blue eyes take centre stage. A head-turning blue-red lip (Chantecaille's Lip Stick in Cerise, £32), layers of mascara and slicked-back hair accentuate her look.
Heidi Klum stayed true to her natural makeup M.O. with bronzed skin and a flattering nude lip.
Though Dakota Johnson's elegant makeup was somewhat tame (it was all about the lashes and that demure pink pucker), her face-framing fringe and an ultra-long ponytail added extra interest.
Actress Alison Brie showed off an Audrey Hepburn–inspired look we couldn't take our eyes off of.
Australian actress Yvonne Strahovski may be known for her chilling role as Serena Joy Waterford in Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale (and her character's pristine low chignon and signature no-makeup makeup look), but here, she gave us a prominent departure with loose curls and a sweet rose-toned lip.
Actress Susan Kelechi Watson wowed with glowing skin, defined brows and gorgeous natural texture.
We barely recognized 13 Reasons Why actress Katherine Langford, thanks to her super-smoky eyes, her contoured cheekbones and her mermaid-esque waves. (And ICYMI, a sprinkling of sparkling stars also adorned the back of her hairstyle.)
For an iconic look, Jessica Biel wore a pop of light fuchsia on her lips, brown shadow and an elegant, side-swept updo.
Actress Sarah Paulson just might be one of our favourite hair chameleons (she always surprises us!). This year, she kept it simple with a chin-grazing cut and slight bends in her ombré strands.
Issa Rae never misses a beat when it comes to a gorgeous hair and makeup pairing. Her stunning updo and cool-toned eye shadow look is the perfect mixture of sultry and sophisticated.
Leave it to Kendall Jenner to deliver a jaw-dropping beauty look on the Golden Globes red carpet. Between her plush nude lips and modern, tousled cut and style, we're 100% obsessed.
We love Michelle Williams for her consistent signature look: side-swept fringe, a radiant complexion and a slight touch of pink-toned nude on her pout. (Plus, if she ever grows out that perfect pixie, we'll adamantly protest.)
A bright lip, dewy complexion and sun-kissed tendrils kept Nicole Kidman's Golden Globes look fresh and glowy. & Other Stories' yet-to-be-launched range was used to create Kidman's hair look. The products are set to launch in the summer, so watch this space.
Cue the applause: Big Little Lies actress Zoë Kravitz conquered the red carpet with none other than a head-turning red lip, sculpted cheekbones and a soft flick of liner on the outer corners of her eyes.
We were anxiously anticipating what kind of beauty look Gal Gadot would debut on the red carpet, and she did not disappoint. The highlights: a shiny, berry-stained pout, gorgeous arches and lashes for days.
Have you noticed a trend yet? Jessica Chastain's brilliant red lips offset her glistening natural hair colour, porcelain skin and dramatic eyes. Hairstylist Renato Campora used the T3 Twirl Convertible (£140) to create those loose curls.
To upgrade her low bun with a punch of interest, actress Christina Hendricks tied the knot with a sleek black ribbon.
For this year's Golden Globes, Diane Kruger showed us her signature (aka lightly lined and shadowed eyes, a matte nude lip and a touch of peach-toned blush).
We're obsessed with Samira Wiley in the Handmaid's Tale and possibly even more obsessed with the whimsical look she brought to the table at this year's Golden Globes. Glossy plum-coloured lips, coordinating hues on the lids and lots and lots of volume struck a major high note.
Margot Robbie, the I, Tonya star is one of our all-time favourites when it comes to mesmerising makeup looks. Case in point that magical, magenta pout. her hair looks impossibly glossy thanks to Moroccanoil Treatment Light (£30).
We love watching Millie Bobby Brown come into her own on the red carpet, and this time around, she wowed with some comparable edge. (As demonstrated by a dramatic cat eye using Avon liner and a tight, sky-high ballerina bun—anchored by a braid running vertically in the back, of course.) Her flawless complexion was prepped with Kiehl's Micro-Blur Skin Perfector (£25).
Though she shaved her head late last year, Kate Hudson's signature blonde locks are already making a comeback. To complement her newly cropped strands, the actress punctuated her look with a thin black headband. Demure.
It's official: Angelina Jolie is officially ageing in reverse. Plus, with her fanned-out lashes, a healthy dose of jet-black liner and a plump, glossy nude pout, we're getting glamorous, '60s-inspired vibes.
With slightly mauve lips, rose-toned cheeks and a subtle touch of highlight along the bridge of her nose and cheekbones, Natalie Portman radiated that quintessential healthy glow.
To accentuate her fresh platinum blonde strands (and those jaw-dropping sapphires!) Saoirse Ronan wore a pretty flush of peach on both the apples of her cheeks and her pout. To finish: a dab of luminizer in the centre of her face and along her Cupid's bow.
Metallic eyes, dusty purple lips and a romantic up 'do equate to a triple-threat beauty look courtesy of Emma Stone inspired by the suffragettes. The lipstick was Nars Audacious Lipstick in Dominique (£26).
Legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell showed off her flawless complexion with a natural nude lip, poppy-tinted cheekbones and smouldering eyes.
To offset her baby-pink lips, Penelope Cruz worked the red carpet with kohl-rimmed eyes (in a super-inky shade of black), defined brows and tousled blowout for some added oomph.
Three words: Purple. Eye Shadow. We can't stop gazing at anything other than Kerry Washington's bright and bold eye look, but her deep side part and pretty bends and waves aren't anything short of spectacular either.
It's been awhile since we've seen Halle Berry on the award season red carpet, but true to her flawless form, she impressed with glowing skin, a minimal eye look and layered, cheekbone-framing bangs.
Actress Salma Hayek always makes an impression on the red carpet. At this year's Golden Globes, she went with imperfectly perfect waves, flushed-pink cheeks and a striking cat eye.
Last Fall, Emilia Clarke delighted each and every GOT fan when she took her naturally brunette shade of hair to Khaleesi-level platinum. To show off her fresh, icy blonde tone, she wore a bold shade of magenta on her lips complemented by a wash of rosy pink on the cheeks.
Bring on the glow and gloss! Mariah Carey impressed on the red carpet with a shimmering frosted pucker. Rose gold eyelids, bronzed skin and lots of radiance completed her red carpet look.
Nominated for her leading role as Offred on Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale, actress Elisabeth Moss stepped up to the plate with a subtle makeup look. Long, fluttery eyelashes complemented her pretty baby blues and her perfect nude lip offset her fair complexion.
For a striking pop of colour, actress Chrissy Metz wore shades of plum and burgundy on both her lips and eyes.
America Ferrera capitalized on her phenomenal texture for a blowout with the perfect amount of body and movement. Applied to both lips and eyes, bright berry completed the actress's makeup.
For a touch of ultimate sophistication (and a bit of elegance) Reese Witherspoon's signature blonde hair offers achic and subtle contrast to the shimmering shades of baby pink on her eyes and lips. makeup artist Molly R. Stern used Elizabeth Arden Eye Shadow Trio in 05 You Had Me At Merlot (£18).
Actress Alicia Vikander is known for her less-is-more approach when it comes to beauty and this year's Golden Globes look exemplified that impeccably. We love how breathtaking her low chignon appears when paired with her trademark makeup aesthetic.
Glowing skin, russet-blonde hair, ultra-chic bangs… We're head over heels for Lily James's chic red carpet look.
We saw numerous tributes to Old Hollywood glamour on the red carpet, but Shailene Woodley's iconic iteration may have been our favourite. The makeup was kept simple, and her Veronica Lake–esque waves felt modern thanks to her two-tone blonde hair colour.