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Celebrities didn't hold back on the red carpet of the 2018 Golden Globes.

Now that award season has begun, Hollywood A-listers are interpreting our favorite beauty trends in unique ways. The result: A red carpet full of jaw-dropping looks that make us excited for what's to come during the 2018 award season. Since many of the stars dressed in black in support of the Time's Up movement, hairstylists and makeup artists played a larger role in helping their clients stand out among the crowd. From trend-setting haircuts to standout lip colors, the beauty on the red carpet deserves its own award—take notes.

Just take Zoë Kravitz, who stunned with a pixie cut, a bold lip and statement earrings. Her high-gloss cut comes courtesy of longtime hairstylist Nikki Nelms. And, her makeup, created by celeb makeup artist Lisa Storey, which features red lipstick and green-toned eyeliner, makes the perfect impact atop of her simple yet glamorous black gown.

All the Celebs Who Wore Black at Golden Globes 2018

Ready to be inspired? Take a look at the epic beauty moments from the Golden Globes red carpet below! 

Dakota Johnson

This ponytail is worthy of the red carpet, but is also one of the most wearable styles at tonight's event.

Tracee Ellis Ross

The Blackish star's head scarf is beautifully wrapped, making a major statement on the red carpet. 

Viola Davis

The shape and texture of the How to Get Away With Murder star's afro is worthy of its own award.

Alicia Vikander

The actress was glowing on the red carpet, and we're pretty sure her highlighter had a lot to do with it.

Giuliana Rancic

The E! News host twisted plait is an eye-catching style on the carpet.

Dove Cameron

The Disney actress' smokey, cat-eye and rose-tinted lip hue pair well with the glamour of the occasion. 

Susan Kelechi Watson

The This Is Us star appeared at the Golden Globes with a "bobfro," created by celeb hairstylist Vernon Francois. His goal: To create a "clean and structured [style] with a touch of sass."

Ryan Seacrest

Have you noticed that there isn't one strand on the E! News hosts' head out of place?

Jessica Biel

The actress' bubblegum pink lipstick instantly caught our eye as she walked the carpet. As she passed the cameras, we also noted that her hair makes a similar impact.

Zoe Kravitz

The Big Little Lies actress used complimentary colors to stand out at the award ceremony.

Alessandra Mastronardi

The Master of None actress wears an up-do with tendrils hanging for an effortless look.

Saoirse Ronan

The star's short cut is a chic, yet unique, style on the carpet.

Dave Franco

If you're wondering where the "boy brow" trend came from, take a look at Dave's bold brows. Paired with gentleman cut, his grooming was hard to miss.


The musician's perfectly symmetrical beard is grooming goals.

Zuri Hall

The E! News correspondent is the hostess with the mostest with bold blue makeup.

Mandy Moore

The This Is Us star's lip color is the star of her look and may be the lip hue standard for spring.

Jamie Chung

The actress' brunette-to-blonde tresses combines sweet and sass to complement her leather-accented gown.

Barbara Meier

This three-toned, pastel eyeshadow is a gorgeous pairing to her floral dress.

Salma Hayek

The actress' textured waves shine light on the beauty of her natural tresses.

Ava DuVernay

The director's locks are twisted on one side, creating a look that drapes over one-shoulder.

Nick Jonas

The singer stuns with a high-gloss cut and effortless beard for his Golden Globes appearance.

Catherine Zeta Jones

The actress looking stunning with bright eyeshadow, wispy lashes and matching statement earrings.

Naomi Campbell

The supermodel appeared in her signature beauty look: bone-straight hair, pink-toned cheeks and her flawless complexion. It works so well for her.

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