Which star shone most brightly in the hair and make-up stakes at this year's Golden Globes?
Cate Blanchett’s glossy faux-bob made a big impact on the red carpet last night. Neatly tucked ends created the illusion of a short style without the actress actually having to go for the chop. The pinned style framed her famous cheekbones without fuss. Will you try it?
Side swept, blunt and lightly tousled, Jennifer Lopez's bob was equal parts classic and playful. Sitting inline with her shoulders, the lopped off locks flattered her envious heart-shaped face perfectly. A sutble dusting of bronze eyeshadow and lick of liquid liner is a great example of how to complement a bold lip without going overboard.
The A-lister's stunning canary yellow dress also turned heads on the red carpet. To see her full look click here...
Kate Winslet's slick deep-sided parting and expertly teased Hollywood waves, stood out amongst a sea of similar hairstyles for the very simple reason it was super groomed and shiny. Create the same effect by requesting a leave-on gloss treatment next time you visit the salon or invest in some handy shine spray.
Coupled with a strong brow, defined feline eyes and a glossy pout, Kate's look definitely had a touch of Elizabeth Taylor about it.
As always, Dame Helen stood out on the red carpet for all the right reasons. Her platinum bob and vampy berry lipstick are the perfect combo for a sheer black dress. Fluttery eyelashes loaded with mascara and a subtle swipe of highlighter across each cheekbone gave Helen's look a fresh and youthful finish.
Breaking away from the bob, US television host and diet guru Maria Menounos opted for a low slung ponytail which featured a clever french braid that stretched the length of her parting.
Not one to follow suit she ditched winter's dark hues in favour of a toasty taupe smoky eye and nude matte lip - which perfectly complemented her spring/summer style.
This is the second year in a row that Maria's beauty credentials have caught our attention, we wonder what she'll choose next year.
Amber Heard was another A-lister which oozed Hollywood glamour with an on-trend wavy bob. Armed with a dewy porcelain complexion and lashings of deep berry lipstick, Mrs Johnny Depp was polished to perfection.
Sophisticated and simple, Joanne Froggatt's chic centre-parting is one of the quickest ways to update your signature hairstyle. Particularly flattering on but not limited to an oval face shape, it's one of the easiest hair tweaks you can make to stay on-trend.
A soft smudge of grey kohl liner brought her light blue eyes to life. Break out of your cosmetic comfort zone and try it for your next event.
Speaking of Downton, Lily James was virtually unrecognisable sporting one of the most lustrous and bounciest blow dry's we've seen in weeks. A dusty pink lip perfectly complemented her porcelain english rose complexion and light-coloured gown.
Jennifer Lawrence may have been tipped off that bobs were going to be big news on the red carpet this year, as she decided to twist hers up into a tight bun at the nape of her neck. Teamed with a slick side parting and androgynous quiff, her do was power (hair)dressing at it's finest.
Thor actress Jamie Alexander opted for an all up do too. Securing hers with a lightly 'undone' french braid through the back.
Model Rosie Huntington-Whitely proved she's every inch the natural beauty by forgoing a heavy make-up look for a light dusting of bronzer across her envious features and a pinch of nude lipstick on her pout. All eyes were drawn to the huge sparkler residing on her wedding finger - congratualtions to her and longterm beau Jason Stratham.
Rosie's signature beach blonde shoulder-length strands were lightly waved and left to dangle freely below her collarbone - seperating her look from the army of super-styled short cuts which swept the red carpet.
Regina King's 1920's pin-curled do, effortlessly oozed old skool hollywood glamour. The actress was nominated for her role in John Ridley's American Crime.
Accentuated by a stylish choppy crop and flawless foundation, Jamie Lee Curtis' complexion has hardly aged a day in a decade. Tempted to roll back the years by embracing your greys? Read this for inspiration...
Slicked back and glossy, Sophia Bush's androgynous short ponytail let her flawless foundation, primped to perfection brows and bold red lip do all the talking.
If you too have super short hair that won't reach into an updo, why not try this timeless look at your next event.
Amy Adams flame-red mane was one of our favourite looks from this year's awards. If you are blessed with copper locks take heed from the American Hustle actress and team yours with matching make-up in spring/summer's hottest apricot hues.