The Most Head-Turning Beauty Looks at the 77th Annual Golden Globes

Colorist Justin Anderson kept Aniston's signature beach-y blonde hair looking fresh

By Lindsey Metrus

If you weren't yet convinced that Netflix will one day run the world, here's an interesting statistic: the streaming service drew more Golden Globe nominations than any other motion picture distributor. For the Best Motion Picture category alone, Netflix distributed three of the five films—quite the evolution for a company that initially only shipped DVDs to your home in red envelopes. With films birthed from streaming services to big studios, there were some surprising nods (and, of course, snubs) for this year's show, and we're excited to see who takes home the (newly designed) statuettes. But before we find out who leads in their category, we are of course reserving time in our schedules to gawk at the gorgeous beauty looks that will grace the red carpet. We're already bracing ourselves for Lucy Boynton's beautifully offbeat makeup by the talented Jo Baker and Margot Robbie's always perfectly coiffed hair by Bryce Scarlett, and we will be sharing all of our favorite looks with you throughout the night, below.

Colorist Justin Anderson kept Aniston's signature beach-y blonde hair looking fresh and luminous with dpHUE ACV Rinse which seals the cuticle and minimizes damage.

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