See the most iconic celebrity hair and make-up moments from the Golden Globe Awards, including Emma Stone, January Jones and more...
The Golden Globe Awards is one of the most hotly anticipated red carpet events of award season, and the perfect opportunity for the A-list to show off their best hair and beauty looks.
From Michelle Dockery’s stunning tousled bob in 2013, to Gwyneth Paltrow’s long locks in 1999, there have been many stunning beauty moments over the years and we’ve seen them all.
To keep us going until this year's awards get started we've picked 50 of the most monumental hair and beauty moments from the Golden Globe Awards.
Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery wowed with her tousled bob and smoky eye make up at last year's Golden Globe Awards. Her porcelain skin glowed on the red carpet.
Emily kept a raw glamour theme going with her side swept parting with pinned curls perfectly placed at the nape of her neck.
Severe up dos can at times be ageing but Lea became the stand out style star of the night thanks to her loosely tamed look. With her strands teased back in all the right directions her look was finished off with a bun at the back.
Hollywood glamour from the 40s got a romantic rerun as Cate made waves in her barrel curls. We are totally in love with this simple but stunning look.
Homeland starlet Claire Danes rocked the Golden Globe red carpet in 2013 with a beautiful layered hairstyle. Looking every inch the lady in red she made sure her eyes stood out with dark eye liner.
It was swinging 60s all the way for New Girl star, Zooey and her strands. This full-bodied blow-dried 'do featured volume that would make Cheryl Cole wince and don't us going on that fierce fringe - we love it!
We've all surely learnt by now that it's impossible for Jessica Alba to look anything but stunning and 2013's Golden Globes was no exception. The actress pulled her curled locks to one side and matched her lips to her dress - perfect.
While 2011 marked a special moment in Natalie's style, her fresh-faced dewy look veered away from the more traditional smokey eye and instead she went for pinky hues on her lips and cheeks.
We're more familiar with Angelina frequenting the red carpet with her hair down so this voluminous up do is a moment to be cherished.
Anne Hathaway's Golden Globe crop was the talk of the Marie Claire office after the 2013 awards. With a rich dark colour and feathered ends, her hairstyle complimented her dark eyes and pale skin perfectly.
Step aside Angelina Jolie a new queen of vamp has arrived in tinsel town and it's Emma Stone. With lashings of gunmetal over her eyes the red head stunned on the carpet. She played things down with a pink lip and a dark dress that allowed all attention to be focused on her alluring eyes.
Before milkmaid braids became all the rage, Sienna proved the power of plaits as she kept her boho love affair going strong with a messy finish at the nape of her neck.
Jessica's skin was flawless as she showed off plenty of flesh in a strapless frock at last year's Golden Globes. She literally glowed in front of the flashbulbs and made us book a spray tan immediately. Fortunately for Jessica though that olive skin tone is all natural - lucky her!
Alice bands deserved to make a cool comeback following Michelle's chic efforts with a black number. She proved that cropped 'dos can be perfectly playful given the right accessory. Of course it also helps if you're blessed with her perfect features too!
Jennifer Lawrence has had some fantastic red carpet moments in the last couple of years. We still remember her relaxed updo at 2013's Golden Globes, which she teamed with thick eyelashes and pale lips.
Hollywood glamour doesn't come with a higher voltage than when January is in charge. She paired her porcelain skin with a muted red lip and brought the 40s back with her silky waves.
Leighton broke with the formal red carpet dress code and ensured her hair was relaxed. She softened her vintage long-sleeved dress with chunky waves, slightly pinned back to create the perfect frame around her face.
Queen of casual style Sienna Miller proved that you don't need a fancy updo to look amazing on the red carpet. In 2013 she pulled her hair back into a simple bun and stuck with her trademark natural make up.
The ultimate up do! Kate's hair features relaxed movement playfully pushed to one side yet is formal enough to do the red carpet run. Achieving this without a stylist is pretty much impossible, which is why of course we love it!
For her first Golden Globes moment as Johnny Depp's girlfriend, Kate Moss was the epitome of 90s cool with her no-fuss hair and natural make-up she paved the way for a lifetime of understated yet absolutely incredibly red carpet appearances.
Former Twilight star, Anna allowed her make-up to work in harmony as opposed to against each other. Instead of pulling out one feature she matched the silver shade scattered over her eyes with a dusty pink worn on her lips. It was the perfect pairing.
While we may be more familiar with a blonde Charlize, she proved she could pull off almost any shade as she stunned with her raven-coloured look. This was serious black magic.
Elegance took on a new guise when Rachel rocked a sideways quiff, lifting her textured up do to new heights. It was bold but it was beautiful too.
Blonde bombshell Jaime King opted for a sleek Golden Globes look in 2013. With her Nordic blonde hair in a centre parting and rosy cheeks she looked like she could have stepped off the ski slopes and onto the red carpet.
A side sweeping fringe, plenty of height and backcombing at the crown were the only elements needed to make the perfect up do. Sometimes keeping it simple is all that's needed.
Fashion is never about following the rules and to match her unique beauty, Tilda added endless height and soft movement to her hair that Rihanna can only dream of.
Uma Thurman made a very chic ice queen with her sharp features warmed up with a deep red over her lips and a silver shade casting the right sort of shadow above her eyes
Kate's striking features were paraded on the perfect platform of a super slick parting worked into a low chignon. The ultra polished hair was pure perfection.
Heidi Klum has no problem looking her best and we couldn't get enough of her look at 2013's awards. With a fresh-from-holiday tan and golden waves she looked every inch the supermodel.
It was plaits galore for Anne's gorgeous creation featuring a delicate design worked into a smart up do. We imagine recreating this look requires plenty of patience.
With her golden Californian tan on full display Reese did little to detract from her glowing skin. And rightly so! She worked nude lips with natural eyes to create the perfect beach beauty look.
For the 2011 Golden Globes, Mila decided against her trademark red carpet look of smokey eyes and instead wowed with a more modest bronze shade, slick of eyeliner and a few false lashes.
One of Scarlett's most defining hair moments has to be this wet-look plaited number. From the front it looks like she's gone for an edgey crop and from the side it's an elaborate affair.
Heidi got lippy with it in pillar-box red. She gave her pout something to shout about as all attention was firmly on her lips.
Sandra's hair made waves in 2009 thanks to just the right does of manicured movement. The messy look showed off an air of Californian cool that we?d like to see repeated on the red rug.
Silvery grey tones lavishing her lids were a bold move for Jennifer, yet worked against her olive skin they made the ultimate impact. Although we may reserve such a look for Christmas.
This choppy bob couldn't be further from Sarah Jessica Parker?s alter ego, Carrie Bradshaw and her wild curls. The slick shape and smooth side parting played against the textured ends and in true fashion star style she finished it off with a hair accessory
We can't tear our eyes away from Gwyneth's crystal clear skin with just the right addition of colours and paired with her long glossy locks it was picture perfection
In 2004 Nicole stepped away from her signature red carpet style of long, straight locks in favour of flapper girl style hair. A brave move, but one we have to say we won't forget anytime soon.
Pretty feminine pinks were the flavour of the day for Christina who highlighted her porcelain skin with the girlish hue worn in abundance on her cheeks. The effects? Her blues eyes pop out while her lips pull the whole look together.
Keira broke all the red carpet rules and avoided a preened 'do and opted for a structured mess! With an uneven parting and loose waves around her face while the rest of her hair was worn up. This look is one we'll want to copy again and again.
With her dark (and flawless) features Eva could just about pull off any shade, and that she most certainly did in a burnt orange shade over her eyes. This shows how colours can really come into play.
Amy Adams opted for a vintage look at last year's Golden Globes. We couldn't get enough of her crimped side fringe and catlike eye make up. Talk about a red carpet look.
Kate was a loud mouth on the Golden Globes carpet ensuring her red lips gave everyone something to talk about. Paired with silver shadow and delicate curls we're still discussing it years on.
There was a hush over the hair world when Drew stepped out with this incredible mane. It showed just how beautiful big hair can be when blow dried to perfection.
The fringe benefits of Catherine's 'do were that her already beautiful features were framed to perfection. Her glossy mane was worked into a gentle beehive for a little height, but the real wow factor was her shiny hair.
As a relative newcomer to the Hollywood scene Cameron made her mark with a fresh-faced beauty look. She ditched the idea of eyeliner and lashings of mascara in favour of a simple bronze over her eyes.
And the award for the smoothest strands in LA goes to? Julia Roberts. This ponytail effect piece is worthy of its very own trophy.
If any one ever suited a full fringe it's Hannah Simone. The New Girl actress teamed her glossy locks with a gorgeous berry shade of lipstick and long lashes at the Golden Globe 2013.
When you're blessed with Angelina's Brad-Pitt-capturing looks you don't need much to make you look beautiful. Which is no doubt why she wore a simple pale grey on her eyes and muted shade on her lips - we love it.