There was one beauty trend that featured heavily on the red carpet at the Golden Globes 2018 - the statement lip. An abundance of Hollywood's best-loved celebrities sported the daring trend, including Margot Robbie and Claire Foy.
Mandy Moore worked a blue-toned red lip
Kicking off the power pout was Mandy Moore, who showcased a rich orange hue. According to make-up artist Matin, who perfected Mandy's stunning face for the event, her look was inspired by 80s music videos – glowy skin, gorgeous lips and defined eye make-up.
Christina Hendricks red lips looked beautiful against her pale skin tone
Stunning Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks made the most of her porcelain skin, opting for a cherry-red stain that accentuated her full lips, and made them 'pop' against her snowy white skin tone. Who ever said that redheads shouldn't wear red lipstick need to re-evaluate that mantra as Christina makes the beauty trend work expertly well for her.
Claire Foy wore a matte red lip
Claire Foy decided to work the androgynous look – not only did she leave her dress at home and opted for a well-cut suit - but she also slicked back her raven tresses so it looked impeccably sleek. The perfect make-up look to complement this masculine stance was a striking matte red lip, which was the centre point of her beauty look. A flick of mascara and her flawless skin made way for the crimson hue.
Zoe Kravitz stunned with eyeliner and bold lips
Zoe Kravitz stunned as a modern day Audrey Hepburn; choosing to make her red lips and green statement earrings the main focus to her look. Her skin looked luminous with natural foundation and a smattering of false lashes framed her large doe eyes. A terracotta-toned lipstick made the most of her plump out.
Margot's lip choice was 'berry' nice, and created with three different shades
According to Pop Sugar- Margot Robbie's pretty fuchsia pout was achieved by a total of three Chanel lipsticks! The gorgeous unique berry shade Margot wore was perfected by make –up artist Pati Dubroff and the artist mentioned that she was inspired by a selection of orchids she came across when on holiday in Sri Lanka when applying the shades.