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Jennifer Lawrence, Zooey Deschanel and More Golden Globes Beauty Looks

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The 70th annual Golden Globes red carpet was filled with retro hairstyles, sleek, shiny locks, and a bevy of smoky eyes. We rounded out our top five looks of the night, including winner Jennifer Lawrence in rich, warm shadows and a head-turning Kate Hudson. Watch and see who got our tip of the hat now. On Kirbie: Jigsaw top.

The 70th annual Golden Globes red carpet was filled with retro hairstyles, sleek, shiny locks, and a bevy of smoky eyes. We rounded out our top five looks of the night, including winner Jennifer Lawrence in rich, warm shadows and a head-turning Kate Hudson. Watch and see who got our tip of the hat now. On Kirbie: Jigsaw top.">
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