Beauty At The Golden Globes: The Best and Worst

The Golden Globes this year ranged from the low-key to the mesmerizing (hair jewels!) to the just plain bad (sorry SJP…). Here’s a look at the standout looks – for better and for worse.

BEST: EMILY RATAJKOWSKI 
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Image: instagram.com/emrata

I still think Emily Ratajkowski looks best with long hair (and that her dress is awful!), but her makeup, complexion, and overall skin glow are flawless. Smoky eyes are nothing new, but the golden twist seems fresh and is nicely complemented by the coral-nude lip.

BEST: OLIVIA CULPO

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Image: instagram.com/oliviaculpo

Speaking of EmRata, she had some competition from her seat-mate Olivia Culpo. Her look was dramatic, but never verged on tacky since both the mocha eyes and lips were kept matte. Also up-do braids – when done right – never get old (see below with SJP for an image of when they go very wrong!).

BEST: REESE WITHERSPOON

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Image: instagram.com/reesewitherspoon

Clean and soft, Reese Witherspoon’s look was timeless. Created using Chantecaille products, rose gold shadow was used on her lids and complemented by lightly flushed cheeks and pink, glossy lips. And those rings! 

BEST: JANELLE MONAE

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Image: instagram.com/janellemonae

It’s not easy to knock it out of the park with something totally unique, but Janelle manages to do just that with her constellation inspired hair decor.

 

 

WORST: MAISIE WILLIAMS

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Image: instagram.com/maisie_williams

The hair clip looks dated and the look overall appears too fussy. We all know there is a lot of hairspray on the red carpet, but these looks aren’t supposed to look like they’re inspired by suburban prom queens…

WORST: RACHEL WOOD

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Image: instagram.com/evanrachelwood

Can we leave the all-too-literal menswear inspiration in the past with Diane Keaton?

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