The Best Beauty Looks From The 2023 Golden Globes

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Celebrities. Love them or loathe them, you can’t help but deny their trend-setting powers; no matter if it’s Hailey Bieber’s glazed skin, Kendall Jenner’s copper hair or Emily Ratajkowski’s brushed-up brows, Hollywood’s It Girls have major influence when it comes to our beauty choices. The 2023 Golden Globe Awards took place on Tuesday 10 January and, though most were enamoured with ensembles, we couldn’t help but swoon over the breathtaking beauty looks. Here, MOJEH rounds up the looks we’ll be replicating from the star-studded evening.

Liza Koshy

A daring ‘do to say the least, the Internet personality boasted a Hepburn-inspired side part, with a twist. Featuring a micro length, the feathered fringe is solidified as a timeless style.

Viola Davis


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If anyone can pull off blue eyeliner, it is Viola Davis. Teamed with radiant skin and nude lips, Davis’ eyes do all the talking – and we are definitely listening.

Jennifer Coolidge

Winner of a Golden Globe and of the audience’s hearts, Jennifer Coolidge went all-out volume with a ’50s-inspired backcomb and face-framing strands curled to perfection.

Margot Robbie


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Channeling the spirit of her character, Barbie, from the upcoming film, Robbie utilises shades of blush across her eyes and cheeks to evoke a naturally flushed, ultra-youthful look.

Selena Gomez


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A gentle wash of plum eyeshadow both accentuates Gomez’s eyes and complements her Valentino gown. Paired with a high ponytail, the Golden Globe nominee looks effortlessly elegant.

Lily James

Lily James throws it back to classic ’90s glamour with soft, smoked-out lids, nude lip and a classic blow-out.


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Though she skipped the red carpet this year, eagle-eyed fans (and, seemingly, the Golden Globe photographer) spotted Rihanna in the crowd, likely due to her playful up-do.

Jenna Ortega


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The shaggy bob is back – look to Ortega’s movement-filled cut for a lesson in layering done right.

Ana De Armas


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Equally fierce and fabulous, De Armas opted for a cat-eye to draw attention to her hazel eyes, ensuring they remain the centre of attention by keeping her hair sleek and simple.

Natasha Lyonne

Feeling bold? Make like Natasha Lyonne and ask your hairdresser for this fiery-red, high-low cut complete with above-the-brow bangs.

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