Washington rocked one of the most statement-making lip colors of the night: an inky plum shade that perfectly complemented the golden tones of her gown.

Kerry Washington

A slick, brick-red lipstick shade is all Chrissy Teigen needs to make a major beauty statement.

Chrissy Teigen

Pink and sparkly all-over, Emma Stone's beauty look was as soft and pretty as her Valentino gown (which also happened to be covered in metallic stars).

Emma Stone

Another pink look of the night, Golden Globes nominee Hailee Steinfeld paired a sparkly violet and pink eye look (her makeup artist used the Giorgio Armani Eye Tints in 8, 10, and 12) with a swipe of shiny pink lipstick (Giorgio Armani Rouge Ecstasy Lipstick in #104).

Haliee Steinfeld

The only beauty statement capable of competing with this  many diamond rings is a pop of matte red lipstick (her makeup artist Jamie Greenberg used a combination of L'Oréal Paris Infallible Lip Paints in 322 and 324.)

Tracee Ellis Ross

Nominated for her work in Rules Don't Apply, actress Lily Collins proves that there is no better beauty combination than pink and red (her lipstick, by the way, is Lancôme L'Absolu Rouge in Souvenir). Collins' hairstylist Gregory Russell upped the princess-factor by creating a dramatic updo sprinkled with braids.

Lily Collins

The star of Loving matches her eyeshadow to her dress with a wash of silver metallic pigment.

Ruth Negga

The '80s happen to be trending in beauty for 2017, and we love how Bell took the trend to the red carpet. Her voluminous, side-swept hair gives a nod to the era without looking stiff (the key is to use a mousse from this century).

Kristen Bell

Published by Jinna Loves

I'm a girl that loves fashion, keeping up with celebs and pop culture and being a mom to my favorite girl.

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