The 10 best beauty looks from the 2023 Golden Globes

Major beauty inspo incoming…

What is the real purpose of a major awards ceremony if not for showcasing an enchanting beauty look? Forget nominations and accolades, the true winners in our eyes are the ones who have curated a killer glam squad and reaped their talents to the max.

Hello! Fashion shares the best beauty looks from the 2023 Golden Globes:

Ana de Armas

 

From Blonde back to brunette, Ana proved she can rock any shade with flair. Hairstylist Jenny Cho worked on the actress' sleek Golden Globes look using Dyson tools and Sol de Janiero products to create soft, face-framing tendrils. 

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Rihanna

 

Fenty global makeup artist Priscilla Ono opted for a rose gold-imbued look, acting as a "soft juxtaposition" against the "dramatic structure" of Rihanna's gown. Keeping the eye minimal, she blended various rose gold hues "on her lips, cheeks and body for an all-over sheen". A glowing goddess, if ever we saw one.

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Margot Robbie

 

Exuding lit-from-within luminosity, Margot turned to her long-time makeup artist Pati Dubroff for her pretty-in-pink beauty look. Using Chanel products, Pati actually blended two different lipsticks to create the Barbie star's bespoke lip hue.   

Lily James

 

Following her pre-Globes skin prep by Iván Pol, Lily looked exquisite in feline flick eyeliner, created by makeup artist Nina Park using Charlotte Tilbury. Her 90s bombshell bob was styled by Halley Brisker with tape-in extensions "to really max out that flick".

Anya Taylor-Joy

 

Anya's cool brown eye moment was created by Georgie Eisdell using Dior and her "sleek and shiny" inward twist was styled by Gregory Russell.

Inanna Sarkis

 

Seance star Inanna rocked a slick, flicky bob alongside sharply defined brows and a neutral lip, looking every inch the modern It-girl.

Letitia Wright

 

Letitia's flawless complexion was created by Grace Pae using Armani Beauty's cult-adored Luminous Silk Foundation and her glossy lip look with Fenty Beauty's Gloss Bomb Heat in the shade 'Hot Cherry'.  

Jenna Ortega

 

Wednesday star Jenna is a woman of many talents. We genuinely can't decide what we love more: her sultry Sophia-Loren-inspired eyeliner or her voluminous, shaggy bob. 

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Quinta Brunson

 

Abbott Elementary star Quinta was all about a striking smoky eye alongside dewy, luminous skin. The aim for her sleek, wavy pony, created by Alexander Armand using Hairstory, was "sexy, full of texture, and yet seductively soft" and boy, did it deliver.

Selena Gomez

 

As one would expect from a beauty brand founder, Selena brought some major makeup drama to the Golden Globes with a full face of Rare Beauty. Makeup pro Hung Vanngo worked his magic using plum shades from the Discovery Eyeshadow Palette in the colouway 'Came To Play', and created her thick, fluttery lash look with the Perfect Strokes Universal Volumizing Mascara. 

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