These Golden Globes Looks Made A Statement — & Cost Less Than $12

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Last night was a huge win for women everywhere. This year, the Golden Globe attendees made those power-red lips and glossy manicures about something more than stellar additions to our 2018 trend lists. It was a night to represent the ongoing fight against sexual assault across all industries. And thanks to movements like Time's Up, HeForShe, and #MeToo (all of which inspired iconic fashion and beauty moments), we're feeling more inspired than ever. Suffice to say, the red carpet had countless beauty looks we can't wait to copy immediately.
If you too want to recreate that hair and makeup magic yourself, you might as well do it right. Luckily, plenty of A-listers wore highlighter, lipstick, nail polish, and more sourced straight from the drugstore — so you can cop the best celebrity looks without blowing your budget.
Click ahead to check out 20 of last night's most memorable beauty looks that won't cost you more than $12.
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Claire Foy
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OGX celebrity hairstylist Jillian Halouska used the brand's new molding paste to keep Foy's hair looking slick — and flyaways under control.

OGX Natural Finish + Aspen Extract Texture Molding Paste, $8.99, available at Ulta Beauty.
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Mandy Moore
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Sophisticated and simple, celebrity hairstylist Ashley Streicher kept Moore's look as sleek as possible thanks to this smoothing cream.

Garnier Fructis Pixie Play Crafting Cream, $4.29, available at Garnier.
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Chrissy Metz
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Letting Metz's makeup take center stage, celebrity stylist Marc Mena kept her hair simple, spritzing her tousled waves with this lightweight hairspray.

Tresemmé Compressed Hairspray Hold 2 Smooth, $4.99, available at Target.
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Angelina Jolie
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Jolie's approach to beauty is as no-makeup as it gets — and the same applies to her nails. Opting for this sheer beige shade, celebrity manicurist Emi Kudo kept her mani low-key.

Zoya Nail Lacquer in Loretta, $10, available at Zoya.
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America Ferrera
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Ferrera has officially reached peak pregnancy glow! But even in the cold depths of winter, you can achieve the same dewiness with the exact highlighter celebrity makeup artist Vanessa Scali used on the mother-to-be.

Avon True Color Illuminating Stick in Champagne, $11, available Winter 2018 at Avon.
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Halle Berry
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Ready to steal Berry's curtain bangs and chill half updo? Just like celebrity hairstylist Castillo Bataille, prep hair with a root-boosting mousse before blowdrying to give your just-washed hair some grit.

OGX Bodifying + Bamboo Fiber Full Root Boost Spray Mousse, $8.99, available at Ulta Beauty.
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Kerry Washington
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Celebrity makeup artist Carola Gonzalez made sure to use Washington's Golden Globes look to represent something more than a stellar beauty moment: "I chose to use shades of purple and mauve because they stand for loyalty, purpose, and inserting steadfastness to a cause," she said in a press release.

Neutrogena Nourishing Long Wear Eyeshadow in Cool Plum, $9.99, available at Ulta Beauty.
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Elisabeth Moss
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You can't beat the fact that Moss won the award for best actress for The Handmaid's Tale and quoted Margaret Atwood in her speech. But taking a close third was her intricate updo, which was created by celebrity hairstylist Tommy Buckett with this cult classic texture spray.

Garnier Fructis Texture Tease Dry Touch Finishing Spray, $4.29, available at Garnier.
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Emma Stone
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The best part about Stone's look last night was that it was inspired by suffragettes. To really let the the symbolic makeup shine, celebrity manicurist Emi Kudo left her manicure a light beige-pink.

LeChat Dare to Wear Polish in Beauty Bride-to-Be, $6.50, available at LeChat.
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Lily James
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To complement the dramatic ruffles on James' Valentino gown, celebrity hairstylist Gregory Russell created a romantic updo for the night. The styling cream not only added shine, but also definition to the relaxed look.

John Frieda Secret Weapon Touch-Up Crème, $7.49, available at Target.
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Nicole Kidman
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With the focus on her black dress and nail combo, makeup artist Angela Levin decided to keep her lip as simple as possible. According to Levin in a press release, Pink Mocha is an exact dupe for Kidman's natural lip color.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Lip Shine Pink Mocha, $8.99, available at Target.
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Greta Gerwig
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When Gerwig accepted Lady Bird's award for best picture, musical, or comedy, her lashes were on full display. Makeup artist Jenn Streicher opted for individual falsies for a natural look that still brought the red carpet drama.

Ardell Individuals Medium Black Lashes, $4.99, available at Ulta Beauty.
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Octavia Spencer
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For extra hold, hairstylist David Stanwell used this curling serum — which added as much shine as her gemstone earrings.

Dove Absolute Curls Supreme Crème Serum, $7.13, available at Walmart.
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Debra Messing
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In one beauty trend you most likely missed on last night's red carpet, Messing Essie's Licorice nail polish. But to add some star power to the look, celebrity manicurist Elle Gerstein topped each nail off with a silver stud to complement the beadwork on her Christian Siriano pantsuit.

Essie Nail Polish in Licorice, $9, available at Essie.
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Millie Bobby Brown
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With her hidden hairstyle in the limelight, makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan left the Stranger Thigns' star's makeup simple — but not without a fun liner look. To copy the subtle flick, all you need is this shimmering eyeliner pencil.

Avon True Color Glimmersticks Eye Liner in Blackest Black, $7, available at Avon.
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Gal Gadot
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Gadot was just one of the stars to rock this feminist beauty trend at the Golden Globes — and the deep burgundy hue stole the spotlight.

Revlon Super Lustrous in Bombshell Red, $5.99, available at Target.
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Gwendoline Christie
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For this slick style, Tresemmé celebrity stylist John D. used the strong-hold mousse to prep Christie's damp hair before using a diffuser to achieve the wavy style.

Tresemmé Extra Hold Mousse, $4.99, available at Target.
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Dakota Johnson
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To master Johnson's cool-girl ponytail, hairstylist Johnnie Sapong used Dove's volumizing dry shampoo on dry hair to add texture to an otherwise simple look. The inspiration: Brigitte Bardot meets Jane Birkin, naturally.

Dove Refresh + Care Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo, $3.19, available at Dove.
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Maggie Gyllenhaal
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Pulling inspiration from the '60s, Gyllenhaal's longtime hairstylist Seji used the styling foam before setting The Deuce star's hair in rollers. Brushed out, the foam left behind a natural and soft hold that lasted all night long.

Marc Anthony True Professional Strictly Curls Curl Enhancing Styling Foam, $7.99, available at Walgreens.
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Shailene Woodley
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Suave celebrity stylist Marcus Francis slicked Woodley's hair back before wrapping the lower half of her hair around a 1-inch curling iron. To maintain the soft texture all night long, he used this flexible finishing spray. It defines business in the front — party in the back.

Suave Professionals Compressed Micro Mist Natural Hold Hairspray, $3.99, available at Target.
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