The Absolute Best Hair and Makeup Looks at the 2016 Golden Globes

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The Absolute Best Hair and Makeup Looks at the 2016 Golden Globes
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The 73rd Annual Golden Globes Awards red carpet just kicked awards season off with a sizable bang, thanks in part to a gang of television stars and other bold-named faces who really brought it on the beauty front. As always, we picked up on a few trends here: Red lips were major, from fiery orange-reds to moody darker shades, and everyone’s skin looked incredible. (Good genes: so in for 2016.)

Amy Schumer‘s half-up hairstyle was one of our favorites, Olivia Wilde‘s burgundy smokey eye slayed, and Katy Perry brought the Bump-It back in a big way—no, seriously, she did. Click on to see all the stars that stopped the show this year, and try not to start panicking about the inadequacy of your skin care routine.

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A sleek rolled updo can seem stodgy, but on the elegant Alicia Vikander, it looks impressively modern.

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Amanda Peet successfully sells the concept that all blue-eyed women should own a rich berry lipstick just like this one.

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Woman of the hour Brie Larson's makeup may be super simple, but the chic natural look is gorgeous on her. (Also, she looks like she's having a lot of fun, which makes it even better.)

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Amy Schumer's messy raked-back hairstyle offsets the full-on glamour of heavy contouring and a metallic smokey eye.

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Cate Blanchett just out-Cate Blanchett'ed herself with this fearless hair and makeup look. Love the mod pale pink lipstick.

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Is it wrong for us to say that Emilia Clarke's red carpet look could also be the perfect everyday look? So simple, so pretty.

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Jennifer Lawrence is serving up major Sharon Stone vibes here—and her brows are impeccable.

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We're never not impressed by Kate Winslet and her perma-bedroom eyes.

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A big win for Bump-It: Katy Perry's massive beehive came courtesy of the throwback hair accessory.

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On point: The contrasting effect of dark, moody eye makeup against Kirsten Dunst's fair complexion.

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Laverne Cox is so Old Hollywood in this glamorous updo and dark wine-colored lipstick, the perfect shade for her skin tone.

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We're forever envious of Maggie Gyllenhaal's remarkable ability to make hot pink work for her. We suspect her secret is the background of gorgeous glowing skin.

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Olivia Wilde knows that the best way to pull off an OTT burgundy smokey eye is to keep your skin fresh and your lips bare—and she looks amazing.

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Tousled updo with great texture, radiant skin, and a bright berry-pink lip—Rachel McAdams's look is everything we want for ourselves this coming spring. Too soon?

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In true Rooney Mara form, the actress chose a severe updo, a satiny plum lip color, and the kind of lush brows most of us can only dream of.

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Who does fresh-faced golden goddess-y glow better than Rosie Huntington-Whiteley? Nobody, that's who.

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Saoirse Ronan isn't taking many risks here, but that doesn't mean her commitment to safety hasn't paid off: Her subtle cat eye and rosy glow are flattering and totally classic.

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Uzo Aduba's wavy center-parted bob has all the makings of a signature hairstyle—it makes her cheekbones pop.

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Bow down to Zendaya, whose brow game is so impeccable it hurts.

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