The 2014 Golden Globe Awards are well under way, and Hollywood's most beautiful are bringing their A-games. Naomi Watts , Michelle Dockery, and Sarah Hyland were the first to hit the red carpet, and we already foresee a theme for the evening. Though their dresses  were vastly different but equally showstopping, these stars seemed to be on the same beauty wavelength, enhancing their natural allure with au naturel makeup and bold brows. Stick with us as we break down all the stunning styles — every star, every look, every angle — from what is sure to be one of the most gorgeous nights on television.
Lupita Nyong'o's gold eye shadow and high-shine lips radiated star power.
Naomi Watts  was the epitome of California cool with fresh blond locks and rosy cheeks.
Who says you can't rock a statement eye and lip? Not Jennifer Lawrence! The star's whimsical pixie cut framed her face beautifully, while her silver eye shadow and berry lip upped the high-fashion factor.
Mom-to-be Kerry Washington coordinated her metallic makeup with her ethereal Balenciaga  creation.
Double plaits and a hint of shimmering shadow made Amy Adams  a standout on the red carpet.
You can really see the attention to detail in Amy's textured bun.
Michelle Dockery made a serious case for the bob.
Reese Witherspoon 's bronzed shadow made her blue eyes really pop, while her wispy bangs gave her sleek locks a less structured finish.
Zoe Saldana 's slicked-back strands and inky eyeliner oozed high fashion.
Zoe's dazzling pin gave her ballerina bun a little edge.
Sandra Bullock  has been turning it out this year, and tonight's elegance was no exception. A side-parted low ponytail and mauve pout exuded a carefree adolescence.
Jessica Chastain's Golden Globes look was all about her signature locks. Her fiery strands were teased at the crown, then cascaded down her back in perfect coils.
Leave it to the great Cate Blanchett  to always leave us wanting more. The icon had us hooked with her faux bob and hot-pink lipstick.
Olivia Wilde  walked on the wild side with purple shadow and ombré locks.
Margot Robbie let her natural beauty radiate through barely there makeup and a simple chignon.
Though we can't deny Sofia Vergara's ample beauty assets, it was her defined brows, winged eyeliner, and long blond locks that played up her sweet, sun-kissed glow.
Taylor Swift  was a modern-day princess sporting a classic cat eye and extraglossy red lips.
If it wasn't for Taylor's love of her long locks, her faux bob could have fooled us into thinking she made a drastic change for 2014.
Playing up the black and white theme, Allison Williams matched her textural gown with a silver and black beauty palette.
Heidi Klum  took a cue from Farrah Fawcett working blunt bangs, flipped strands, and beach-babe makeup.
With a statement red lip and flower-adorned chignon, Zooey Deschanel  stuck to her signature style for tonight's big show.
A perfect shot of Zooey's blooming custom Jennifer Behr  hair piece.
Proving she's got effortless elegance on lock, Amy Poehler  kept it simple with soft curls.
Slick strands balanced Laura Carmichael's statement metallic blue eye shadow.
Nail your next date-night look with bold brows, a dewy glow, and milkmaid braids à la Sarah Hyland.
We crown Sarah princess of the plaits.
Perfectly tousled locks and pink sheen lips gave Leslie Mann's dramatic lace dress a youthful touch.
Julia Roberts  lined her gorgeous hazel eyes with brown smoky shadow that complemented her chestnut locks.
Julia's "modern twist on a '60s updo": get the skinny on her luscious locks here .
Drew Barrymore  ditched the red and pink lip trend for a sherbet hue that complemented her pristine complexion.
Elisabeth Moss  complemented her beaded gown with fuchsia lips and coal-rimmed eyes.
Va-va-voom! Amber Heard's bouffant is what Texas dreams are made of! A bronzed smoky eye, pearlized lips, and brushed brows completed her red carpet look.
A side view of Amber's perfectly tousled 'do.
Emma Watson  chose a matte pink lip to glam up her piecey low bun.
A side view of Watson's knotted bun.
The sea of lights put Aubrey Plaza's chestnut highlights on full display.
Camila Alves's romantic sideswept curls are what we dream of every morning. Brushed-up brows and smoldering eyes completed her golden goddess red carpet moment.
Lizzy Caplan's retro waves were so fetch.
The eyes have it! Anna Gunn enhanced her natural beauty with doe-eyed lashes and petal-pink lipstick.
Jenna Dewan's shimmering shadow and red-orange lipstick are ideal for Valentine's Day.
Rocsi Diaz wins the award for best lashes.
A little skin is always a win. Kristen Connolly's slick updo and fresh-faced makeup put her décolletage on full display.
Masters of Sex leading lady Caitlin Fitzgerald channeled her character's retro glamour with deep-parted beach waves and a vibrant orange lipstick.
Ariel Winter's slick strands and extralong lashes were the perfect choice for the brunette stunner.
Mila Kunis  channeled her inner black swan with smoky eye shadow and a slick ballerina bun.
We'll be re-creating Emma Roberts's flawless beauty look for our next date night. Her smoldering eye shadow oozed sophistication, while her slick low ponytail added a splash of youthfulness.
Side shot of Roberts's lustrous ponytail.
Lena Dunham was Spring-ready with rosy cheeks and red-hot lips. Thick black eyeliner and punk-rock waves juxtaposed her sweet beauty look.
Stark strands and dramatic eyeliner gave Hayden Panettiere 's red carpet look a futuristic spin.
Sporting a curled half-up 'do, host Tina Fey  was part business, part party.
A teased crown gave Tina's half-up 'do extra flair.
Kate Mara took a page from Amber Heard's playbook with a perfectly teased updo and inky eyeliner.
Take your second-day hair to new heights, literally, with a polished ponytail, courtesy of Maria Menounos.
Monica Potter's bronzed goddess look, shimmering shadow and a perfect pout, was the epitome of California cool. Her volumized chignon lent an Old Hollywood spin to her stunning style.
An undercut 'do and emerald eye shadow for Ms. Kaley Cuoco.
Julianna Margulies showcased raven-hued locks wrapped up with champagne-hued eye shadow.
Julianna's rolled chignon looks easy enough to mimic at home — score!
All hail the beauty queen that is Kate Beckinsale . From her dewy complexion to her metallic-trimmed eyes, Kate solidified her place as one of the most beautiful people in the world.
Beckinsale's sideswept chignon will add instant polish to your favorite dress or jeans and a tee.
Uma Thurman 's wispy updo allowed for her beaded Versace  gown to take center stage.
Paula Patton's pretty pink blush and matching lipstick complemented her caramel complexion beautifully.
Choosing metallic lilac shadow and a glossy nude pout, Minnie Driver  proved she's still ahead of the trends.
Rashida Jones topped the beauty trends with a braided bun, piecey bangs, and a very berry lip.
We see you Julie Bowen, sporting the perfect updo!
Julie's intricate creation gets our vote for best 'do.
Glistening champagne-colored shadow and a trendy middle part for Julia Louis-Dreyfus .
Bérénice Bejo enhanced the vibrancy of her ruffled gown with an equally bold lip color.
Emilia Clarke nailed the off-duty-model look with breezy beach waves and fresh-faced makeup.
Helen Mirren  stunned with a deep side-part 'do.
Zosia Mamet's coal-rimmed eyes popped against her floral dress.
A petal-pink lipstick and face-framing tendrils for Melissa Rauch.
Emma Thompson  went the au naturel makeup route but didn't skimp on her perfectly tousled curls.
A silvery shadow, punchy lip, and coiled bob completed Tatiana Maslany's red carpet look.
Meryl Streep 's party style was one part brains, two parts beauty.
Bold brows were Jessica Lange's look of choice for tonight's festivities.
Sarah Paulson joined the sea of straight strands.
Sultry curls, metallic makeup, and flushed pink lipstick for Taylor Schilling.
Robin Wright's smile brightened the red carpet like a ray of sunshine. A nude lip and effortless pixie cut rounded out her look.
Julie Delpy chose a rich pink pout for tonight's festivities.
Behold, the perfect baby bun, courtesy of Delpy.
Greta Gerwig got in on the sideswept updo trend.
It was all about the hair for Edie Falco.
One loose tendril kept Rebecca Ferguson's updo from seeming too prim.