The most beautiful golden globes of all time – awards – events

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As the unofficial start of the award season, the red carpet of the Golden Globes is filled with unforgettable moments of beauty every year. Since celebrities always manage to bring their A-Game hair and makeup show, many of their looks quickly become the biggest beauty trends of the year.

With the upcoming 2019 show, prepare yourself for some the prettiest Looks from previous years. Take Marilyn Monroe’s funky bob and cat eye from the 60s and Halle Berry’s soft, layered elf and bare lips as examples of some of the outstanding beauty moments that we’re still talking about decades later.

Here’s a comprehensive list of the most unforgettable hair and makeup looks in Golden Globes history.

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Marilyn Monroe, 1962

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In 1962, the actress took a golden globe for her appearance in The Misfits in a platinum bob, a cat-eye liner and heavy artificial eyelashes.

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Julia Roberts, 1990

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It won’t be much more than 90s than Julia Roberts, who combines her signature red curls with a casual suit and tie.

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Winona Ryder, 1994

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The actress combined her makeup with a dash of purple eyeshadow and rosy lipstick. Winona forever, indeed.

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Kate Winslet, 1998

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Kate Winslet embodies the 90s with a messy updo, a full lip liner and a choker necklace. Oh, and her leading role in Titanic, one of the most stunning films ever.

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Gwyneth Paltrow, 1999

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Like most teenagers of the 90s, Gwyneth Paltrow wore a frosty eyeshadow and her half-half-half style straight hair for formal occasions.

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Halle Berry, 2003

Halle Berry’s soft, layered elf is timeless, no matter if she wears a smoky eye or plain, nude makeup, like on the red carpet from 2003.

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Natalie Portman, 2006

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Natalie Portman’s choppy pixie cut became one of the most iconic red carpet moments ever after she headed for V for Vendetta shaved would have.

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Beyoncé, 2007

Bey wore her hair super smooth and parted in the middle. She matched her gold-colored smoke eye with her sequin dress to complete her glamorous look.

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Drew Barrymore, 2009

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Love it or hate it, Drew Barrymore’s voluminous, funky, powder blue eyeshadow has gone down in history as one of the most unforgettable moments in Golden Globes’ beauty.

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Rooney Mara, 2012

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Rooney Mara is proof that breeding an elf doesn’t have to be a struggle. While Mara changed from short to long after playing her role in Girl with the Dragon Tattoo had finished, she parted her hair aside and pulled it back into a tight, low ponytail. She didn’t let go of her character Lisbeth Salander completely, hard. Mara channeled the computer hacker with her dark, smoky eye makeup.

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Kerry Washington, 2013

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From her choppy bangs to her purple, smoky eye, everything about Kerry Washington’s 2013 beauty look is just damn good.

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Lupita Nyong’o, 2014

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Lupita Nygon’o’s makeup artist, Nick Barose, gave the actress a Cleopatra-inspired cat eye with a twist. He added a splash of color by lining her lower lash line with a shimmering royal blue eyeliner. The little detail convinced us all to try a colored eyeliner in 2014.

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Emma Stone, 2015

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After the 2015 show, women everywhere brought a photo of Emma Stone’s wavy praise to her stylists as inspiration.

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Jennifer Lopez, 2016

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Can J.Lo pull off a hairstyle? All signs are yes with her 60s-inspired hair flip. The star combined the retro look with her characteristic, shiny skin and a glossy red lip.

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Olivia Wilde, 2016

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Let Olivia Wilde’s beautiful smoky eye convince you to try a maroon eye shadow. In addition to her eye makeup and jewelry, her gentle waves helped tie the look together.

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Michelle Williams, 2017

The deep side part of Michelle Williams gives her characteristic elf cut a completely new look. She also kept her makeup simple with a few layers of mascara and rose lip gloss.

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Priyanka Chopra, 2017

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As soon as we saw Priyanka Chopra’s cranberry lipstick on the red carpet, we were determined to find out what shade she was wearing so we could get it for ourselves. For the recording, her makeup artist Stephanie Brooke Barnes used a mixture of Laura Mercier’s Velor Lovers Lip Color in An Affair and Seduction.

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Issa Rae, 2018

A smooth, twisted smoky eye made of chignon and charcoal is always an award-winning combination of hair and makeup.

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