Tuesday, February 09, 2016

The 6 Most Memorable Beauty Trends from the Golden Globes

The 6 Most Memorable Beauty Trends from the Golden Globes:

Can you identify the trends from these pictures alone? Photos: Steve Granitz & Jason Merritt/Getty Imges 
Can you identify the trends from these pictures alone? Photos: Steve Granitz & Jason Merritt/Getty Imges 
While trying to predict the beauty looks that actresses would choose for the Golden Globes red carpet, we at Fashionista were hoping for either a) lots of runway-inspired glitter or b) a bunch of over-lined, matte lips à la Kylie Jenner. Neither happened, but we're not disappointed, because Sunday night proved to be one of the more interesting red carpets we've seen in a while. Several trends emerged, and many actresses even tried a few at once. We've rounded them all up below for easy browsing, and we're happy to report that a number of them seem easy enough to test out right at home.

Red Lips

One could pull a snarky Miranda Priestley and say, "Red lips? At an awards show? Groundbreaking." But red is obviously classic for a reason. This season, actresses chose textures ranging from semi-matte to creamy to lacquer-like gleaming for varied effect.

Strobing

One of the biggest beauty trends from last year clearly isn't going anywhere. Many actresses glowed with an inner beauty, yes, but also with a lot of highlighter.

Colorful Smoky Eyes That Match the Dress

The smoky eye is a red carpet staple, but actresses and their makeup artists took it to the next level at the Globes by matching the shadow to the dresses.

Half-Up Faux Bobs on People Named Kate (or Cate)

OK, so this trend is admittedly narrow. But what a coincidence, amirite?

Big Brows and Lashes

Sure, many women on the red carpet had great lashes or great brows. These three had a perfect combination of both.

Hair That Defies Trends or Categorization 

There's a lot to be said for not doing what everyone else is doing (unlike Channing Tatum, who looked like a lot of different people), which is one of the reasons this red carpet was interesting. Here are five women who did their own thing.

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