Golden Globes 2024: How famous faces are ditching fake tans and hair and eyelash extensions as they return to the 'natural look' on the red carpet
Red carpets are often a place for spray tans, eyelash extensions and hairpieces.
But it seems like many celebrities ditched the typical trappings of faux glamor for a more natural, understated look on the Golden Globes red carpet last night.
White, cream and beige dresses seemed to be the look du jour at the Beverly Hilton in California last night, with dozens opting for lighter looks, and those with lighter skin tones eschewing the cardinal fashion rule of avoiding white.
Among them was Emma Stone, who wowed in a custom sheer bronze Louis Vuitton dress.
The Poor Things star, 35, went for an all-natural look with minimal makeup and her natural alabaster skin tone.
Emma Stone led the natural glamor at the Golden Globes in a bronze gown
Both Elle Fanning and Rose McIver also wore white and peach shades and opted against fake tan
Emma wore a low-key makeup look with just a creamy foundation and a sparkling eye color
Camille Morroe also went for a natural look in a strapless white dress
She also eschewed hair extensions for a sleek red bob, opting for an understated makeup look with black lashes and a creamy foundation.
Elle Fanning accompanied her in a white fairytale dress.
Wearing a pale vintage Pierre Balmain number, paired with Cartier jewelry, you could see how the actress was tempted to opt for a tan to give her some color, but she kept the look au natural.
New Zealand actress Rose McIver showed off her blossoming baby bump in a peachy pink Gucci dress, as she took the natural look one step further by wearing her hair in a messy bun.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Debicki and Natasha Lyonne also opted for pale dresses, while Christina Ricci and Marvel star Karen Gillan also wore lighter looks.
Stars in darker colors also opted for a subdued makeup look, orange-brown shades, acrylic nails and eyelash extensions for more subdued, but just as glamorous, styles.
Among many of the stars, there was nothing bolder than a red lip.
It comes amid a wider trend of a return to a more natural look, as influencers and celebrities have eased into fillers, BBLs and extensions
Elizabeth Debicki and Natasha Lyonne also opted for pale dresses – and steered clear of fake tan
Christina Ricci wore a silver dress and opted for a natural glamor look
Marvel star Karen Gillan – best known for playing Nebula in the franchise – wasn't tempted by the tanning bed
Sarah Rafferty also showed off her natural skin tone in a blue flowing number
Cardi B revealed she has had her butt implants removed, while reality star Molly-Mae has had a lip and cheek filler removed.
Blac Chyna, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Courtney Cox and Yolanda Hadid have also all talked about having fillers dissolved or implants removed in recent months.
Emma Stone triumphed when she earned Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for Poor Things and also led the film to top honors for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, as the succession nearly broke through, Oppenheimer also a big won and Barbie beat Taylor Swift in a new category at the 81st Golden Globes on Sunday.
The 35-year-old actress received a standing ovation for the first time when she won Alma Pöysti – Fallen Leaves, Fantasia Barrino – The Color Purple (2023), Jennifer Lawrence – No Hard Feelings, Margot Robbie – Barbie and Natalie Portman – May December .
Emma was gracious as she took the stage and even thanked her husband Dave McCrary first, saying, “Thank you. Oh boy. Thank you. This is amazing. Thank you. Dave, I need to start with you real quick. I love you so much. Thanks for everything.'
She then thanked her co-stars in the film Willem Dafoe, Mark Ruffalo and Ramy Youssef.
Even stars in darker colors steered clear of tanning and looked natural with her blonde bob
Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario also veered away from the fake look as she posed with her husband Patrick J. Adams
Jennifer Lawrence also wasn't overly made up when she posed on the red carpet
Cailee Spaeny showed off a winter glow in this 1950s-inspired number
Award-winning Ali Wong was another who opted for a white dress
Barbie won in a new category as the blockbuster triumphed in Cinematic and Box Office Achievement.
It beat Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, John Wick: Chapter 4, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1, Oppenheimer, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour and The Super Mario Bros. Movie.
Accepting the honor on behalf of the cast and crew, Margot Robbie said: “Thank you. We'd like to dedicate this to every person on the planet who dressed up and went to the most beautiful place on earth: the movie theaters. Thank you, and thank you to everyone, all the Barbies and Kens in front of and behind the screen.
'It was the greatest and most joyful show of craftsmanship and passion I have ever seen. And on behalf of Tom and David and Robbie and I, we want to thank the courageous individuals at Warner and Mattel for taking an extraordinary risk by literally making up numbers to justify this green light, and then being there every step of the way.
“Thank you to Noah Baumbach for channeling his inner Barbie girl. Thank you to Ryan Gosling for going full beach. And America Ferrera for baring her soul. '
Margot concluded her speech by thanking the awards show for creating the new category that recognizes a film with “a box office receipts total/gross of $150 million, of which $100 million must come from the U.S. domestic box office, and/or to obtain consistent digital reception. streaming viewership recognized by trusted industry sources,” the Golden Globes said.
She said, “Last but not least, thank you to the Golden Globes for creating an award that celebrates film fans. This is a movie about Barbie, but it's also a movie about people. We did it: it's about you. We made it for you, and made it with love. Thanks for loving it too.”
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