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Behind The Scenes of the Best Beauty Looks from the 2020 Golden Globes

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When it comes to awards season celebrity glam squads never disappoint. Armed with glitter, hairspray and ring lights, thanks to their handy work we can now catch a glimpse of what goes on behind some of the red carpets hottest beauty looks. From the statement eyes of Lucy Boynton to the sweeping updos of Kate Bosworth and Jennifer Lopez these are the talents you need to follow now.

Lucy Boynton rocks a statement glitter eye by makeup artist Jo Baker.

Hairstylist Jenny Cho added texture and touch of volume to Boyntons locks, finishing with a sparkling slide to match her eyes.

Makeup artist Kirin Bhatty created the ultimate dolce vita look for Golden Globes winner Awkwafina. Hairstylist Marcus Francis looked to a loose low pony for a chic finish.

Hairstylist Michael Silva created the ultimate pony with a twist for Kate Bosworth.

Makeup artist Sarah Tanno-Stewart started the look from the lip up for Bosworth matching it with her dress and adding a subtle glitter eye.

Makeup artist Sarah Uslan focused on glowing skin for Olivia Colman. Brushed up brows, a classic lash and a rose lip was all the actress needed to complete the look.

Marcus Francis gave Coleman a new pixie cut prior to hitting the red carpet.

Working with plaits and height, hairstylist Chris Appleton created the ultimate updo for Jennifer Lopez. Makeup artist Scott Barnes brought his signature J-Lo glow teamed with a classic smokey eye.

Makeup artist Terrell Mullin focused on flawless skin for Cynthia Erivo adding a dark lip for her performance. Hairstylist Coree Moreno perfected her frosted crop.

Zoey Deutch looked radiant in a subtle peachy look created by makeup artist Fiona Stiles. Note the glossy pink lip. On hair was Gregory Russell for a ‘chic and sleek’ finish.

The king of the smoky eye, makeup artist Hung Vanngo kept things classic with a touch of sparkle for Jodie Comer. On hair, Harry Josh swept her locks back accentuating Comer’s killer cheekbones.

Tiffany Haddish kept things regal for her beauty look. Makeup artist Malia Magic worked with Pat McGrath Labs’ shadow for a shimmering finish, with hairstylist Ray Christopher sweeping her hair up and back.

Drawing a shade of purple from Margot Robbie’s dress, makeup artist Pati Dubroff drew a thin sweep of liner across her eye. On hair, Bryce Scarlett kept things simple adding a subtle wave through Robbie’s locks.

There’s nothing like clashing your lipstick with your locks as makeup artist Beau Nelson proved with Jane Levy. Creating Hollywood retro waves was hairstylist Cervando Maldonado.

Makeup artist Kate Lee showcased how to wear precision liner. Giving us a lesson on how to work a pixie crop, hairstylist Adir Abergel was in charge of taming Charlize Theron’s locks.

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