And the Golden Globe for best hair and make-up goes to...
While the Golden Globes might not be giving away accolades for the best beauty looks on the red carpet, we're here to give you our favourite Globes hair and make-up created to accent all the black worn in solidarity with victims of sexual assault and harassment.
The Crown star, Claire Foy, was sleek perfection on this year's red carpet pairing a statement red lip with gelled hair.
Tracee Ellis Ross wore a Marc Jacob's ss18 turban as her statement headpiece for the Globes, also paired with red lip and bold lined eyes.
Jessica Biel and Saiorse Ronan both had their hair wound and wired by hairstylist Adir Abergel with Jessica opting for a low, loose ponytail and Saoirse wearing an intricately wound up-do.
Viola Davis was radiant with her sunset eyeshadow and wavy afro.
Styled to the 11th degree
Actress Millie Bobby Brown wore a half-braided up-do to the Globes which we noticed, on closer inspection, almost seemed to resemble an "M"
13 Reasons Why star, Katherine Langford, stepped onto the carpet with stars not only in her eyes but in her hair too with this wavy parted hair look adorned with Jennifer Behr bobby pins.
World stop...Kerry On
Kerry Washington brought color to the carpet with purple lids complimented by tousled, loose waves in her hair.
Vanessa Hudgens gave us easy '30s flapper glam with her new textured bob and blush make-up.
Browed and Beautiful
Zoë Kravitz framed her face with thick bold brows and a wispy pixie cut.