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The Golden Globes are back — along with a gold mine of beauty inspiration.
With the awards show once again rolling out the red carpet on Tuesday, a slew of stars dialed up the glamour at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
In addition to standout styles ranging from Selena Gomez’s statement sleeves to Ana de Armas’ glittering gown, celebrities — and their glam teams — also delivered major moments in the beauty department.
But while you might not be adding A-listers’ designer couture to your cart anytime soon, the hair and makeup products behind their red carpet-ready glam don’t come with such steep price tags.
Below, check out our breakdown of the must-haves behind 13 of the top hair and beauty looks at this year’s Globes — ranging from Jessica Chastain’s glowing skin to Jennifer Coolidge’s tousled waves.
Ana de Armas
Admiring Ana de Armas’ silky strands? Her hairstylist Jenny Cho prepped her tresses with Sol de Janeiro Milky Leave-In Conditioner ($27) before styling with the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer Professional Edition ($450) and Dyson Corrale Straightener ($499). Cho finished off her look with Sol de Janeiro Nourishing Hair Oil ($31), which “adds extra shine,” per a press release.
Sol de Janeiro Nourishing Hair Oil ($31)
Barbie would no doubt approve of these pops of pink. Robbie matched her manicure to her sequined Chanel gown, using Essie Nail Polish in Hi Maintenance ($10) and Gel Setter Top Coat ($11).
As for her glowing skin? In addition to using Alleven Colour Shield Spray ($48), the “Babylon” star’s makeup artist Patti Dubroff used Image Skincare’s Vital C Hydrating Facial Mist ($40) — both during prep and to “‘open up’ the foundation once it was applied,” as she said in a press release — before following up with the Vital C Hydrating Anti Aging Serum ($79) and applying the Vital C Hydrating Intense Moisturizer ($79) on “the perimeter of the face.”
Image Skincare Vital C Hydrating Facial Mist ($40)
Rihanna went rose gold for the Golden Globes. In addition to dripping in diamond from Cartier, Rihanna amped up the shine factor using products from her own Fenty Beauty line, including Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer ($20) in Fu$$y, Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter ($38) in Ginger Binge/Moscow Mule and the new Fenty Skin Butta Drop Vanilla Dream Shimmering Whipped Oil Body Cream ($45).
“We wanted to create a clean, refreshed beauty look using all rose gold hues as a soft juxtaposition to the dramatic structure of her gown,” Fenty Beauty global makeup artist Priscillo Ono said in a press release.
Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer ($20)
Lily James channeled Old Hollywood with some of Hollywood’s favorite products. The actress was among at least five stars wearing Charlotte Tilbury’s cult-favorite Magic Cream ($255) on the Globes carpet, in addition to the brand’s celeb-loved Magic Serum Crystal Elixir ($80) and Beautiful Skin Foundation ($46).
Her hair prep process also included another A-list favorite: Olaplex. Her hairstylist Halley Brisker told InStyle she used the J.Lo- and Kardashian-loved company’s No. 6 Bond Smoother ($30) and No. 9 Protecting Bond Serum ($30).
Olaplex No. 6 Bond Smoother ($30)
Gomez mixed high fashion with a high ponytail, the latter of which hairstylist Marissa Marino created with an Olivia Garden curling iron and René Furterer products like the Style Holding Gel ($27) and Style Shine Mist ($34) — for “extra shine,” as she said in a press release.
The Rare Beauty founder also complemented her voluminous Valentino Haute Couture gown with shades from her brand’s Discovery Eyeshadow Palette in Came to Play ($29) — plus 11 more Rare Beauty products including the Liquid Touch Brightening Concealer in 210N ($22) and TikTok-famous Soft Pinch Liquid Blush in Hope ($23).
Rare Beauty Soft Pinch Liquid Blush in Hope ($23)
“We went for a clean Grace Kelly-inspired glam,” Chastain’s makeup artist Kristofer Buckle said in a press release. His beauty arsenal included Charlotte Tilbury’s recently released Hollywood Glow Glide Face Architect Highlighter ($48), which he applied to accentuate “her cheekbones, bridge of the nose, shoulders and collarbone” for “an all-over glow.”
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Glow Glide Face Architect Highlighter ($48)
Still thinking about Jenna Ortega’s hair the “Wednesday” after the Globes? Stylist David Stanwell said in a press release that his primping process included applying Fekkai Root Lift Spray ($28) and Super Strength+ Protein Power Bond Mist ($28), per People.
Fekkai Root Lift Spray ($28)
Jennifer Coolidge went posh for the Golden Globes with Victoria Beckham Beauty products, including skincare staples like the VB x Augustinus Bader Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum ($125) and Priming Moisturizer ($145). (The latter of which Brooklyn Decker also once told Page Six Style she swears by.)
As for her curls? Celebrity hairstylist Janine Thompson was inspired by “the sex appeal, mystery, and glamour of a 1950s Italian movie star,” as she said in a press release, and created the look with Better Not Younger hair products like the License To Curl Curl Revival Boost Spray ($35).
VB x Augustinus Bader Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer ($145)
For her winning night, Michelle Yeoh entrusted makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani with her look, which included Dior Beauty’s Forever Skin Veil Primer ($48), Forever Foundation ($54) and Forever Skin Correct Concealer ($40) as the beauty expert revealed to Us Weekly.
As for her sleek hair? Stylist Robert Vetica applied products including the Better Not Younger No Remorse Heat Protection & Taming Spray ($34) and Wake Up Call Thickening Hairspray ($35).
Dior Forever Skin Veil Primer ($48)
Michaela Jaé Rodriguez
“It was important that Michaela Jaé looked and felt her best, so we kept the eye look super classic and finished things off with a signature, Charlotte Tilbury nude-pink lip,” makeup artist Etienne Ortega said in a press release.
The lipstick shade in question? Matte Revolution in Pillow Talk Medium ($34), a product stars including Britney Spears and Meghan Markle also love.
Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution ($34)
Anya Taylor-Joy’s look from makeup artist Georgie Eisdell included Dior 5 Couleurs Couture Eyeshadow Palette ($62) and Dior Show On Stage Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Matte Black ($62).
Dior Show On Stage Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Matte Black ($62)
Stars love treating their famous faces to facials from Lord Gavin McLeod-Valentine. This time around, the A-list-loved aesthetician got Julia Garner, Hilary Swank, Claire Danes and Kerry Condon red carpet-ready with Augustinus Bader’s “The Method” facial, which includes a systematic layering of the brand’s skincare system.
Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream ($175)
If it’s Salma Hayek’s eye look you’re eying, try Charlotte Tilbury’s Rock ‘N’ Kohl Eyeliner Pencil ($29) in Bedroom Black and Barbarella Brown.
“The inspiration tonight was luminosity – with a hint of rose for – for the iconic Salma Hayek,” her makeup artist Mary Phillips said in a press release.