After shaving her head for V for Vendetta, Natalie Portman's pixie cut became one of the most iconic red carpet hair moments of all time. At the Golden Globes that year, she balanced the short crop with voluminous black lashes.
Scarlett Johansson's shiny blonde ringlets stole the show at the 2006 Golden Globes.
Taking the gold theme literally, Beyoncé looked stunning with golden-blonde hair and a bronze glow.
If you're going to the Golden Globe awards, be sure to wear a diamond flower in your hair (as seen here on Hilary Swank in 2007).
With pops of pink and an overall beachy vibe, this is Cameron Diaz at her absolute best.
Julia Roberts' famous red curls turn a very '90s suit and tie into a timeless and quirky red carpet look.
Drew Barrymore's voluminous blonde bob in 2009—you either loved it or you hated it. For the record, we think it's one of the best red carpet hair moments of all time.
There are very few people that can pull-off a glamorous red carpet ponytail. And even fewer who can wear frosty eye makeup with the utmost elegance and grace. Jennifer Lopez can truly do (and wear) it all.
Flawless waves and a sparkly hair pin on Rose Byrne in 2010.
When Emma Stone stepped onto the 2011 Golden Globes red carpet in this unexpected Calvin Klein number—the worlds' collective jaws hit the floor. Tanned, blonde, and peach all over, this look cemented Emma Stone as a true beauty chameleon.
January Jones proved that she was far more of a bombshell than her housewife counterpart Betty Draper in this red-hot 2011 number.
Angelina Jolie in a bright red lip will land on every best list—guaranteed.
Actress Rooney Mara burst onto the scene in 2011's Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. But it was her press tour looks—full of graphic shapes, punk influences, and edgy sex appeal—that solidified Mara as a force in beauty and fashion. Here, she slicked her jet-black hair into a sculptural ponytail while taking a softer approach with a bit of black eyeshadow.
Jessica Alba proved that you don't have to wear red lipstick to go full-on glam.
Charlize Theron serving up the most perfect, pink, ballerina-esque beauty look of our dreams on 2012's red carpet.
From her choppy bangs and bob to her shimmery violet eyeshadow, we fell in love with Kerry Washington's cool-girl approach to red carpet beauty back in 2013.
Jessica Chastain defined what Old Hollywood glamour looks like in the modern age on 2014's Golden Globes red caret.
A sparkly black headband elevates Michelle Williams' signature cut to a festive beauty look fit for the occasion.
Emma Stone wearing the lob haircut a million women took to their stylists the day after the Golden Globes in early 2015.
Short, messy, and rumpled hair never looked as glamorous as it did on Sienna Miller in 2015.
Olivia Wilde matched her maroon eyeshadow to her dress and jewels at the 2016 awards ceremony.
We've seen Christina Aguilera take on a number of beauty personas, but our favorite is this 2010 Globes look that showed a more sophisticated side of the singer.
An angled bob, deep side-part, and wispy bangs made a big beauty statement for Reese Witherspoon in 2014.