The red carpet at the 74th Golden Globes was covered with women in gorgeous gowns and men in dapper tuxedos. Beauty and fashion trends had us transfixed all night long, but one trend in particular kept us talking this morning — the bold beards!
Our favorite actors hit the red carpet with fashionable facial hair, proving you don't have to be clean-shaven to look like a million bucks.
The actor took home an award for best actor in a musical or comedy for his work in "La La Land," but it was his off-screen style that had us dreaming about the "City of Stars."
The triple threat can do no wrong when it comes to producing hit after hit, and his red carpet style is no different. Timberlake arrived at the Golden Globes sporting a scruffy beard to go along with his "Suit & Tie."
Chris Pine paired his traditional black tuxedo with an immaculately groomed beard.
The actor was nominated for his portrayal of Lyndon B. Johnson in "All the Way," and sported a salt and pepper beard with trendy specs!
The actor was on hand to present the award for best foreign language movie. He paired his dapper tuxedo with a cropped beard that's become his signature look.
Reynolds was nominated for his work in "Deadpool" and hit the red carpet with stylish scruff and a traditional tux. Blake Lively's one lucky lady!
The actor, who took home a statue for his role in "Manchester by the Sea," sported the most dramatic beard of the night — along with a man bun!
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Casey's big brother Ben also showed off a well-groomed beard while presenting with Sienna Miller and Zoe Saldana.
It was a big night for the "Atlanta" creator, who took home awards for best actor in a TV musical or comedy and best TV series, musical or comedy. The 33-year-old star paired a snappy brown velvet tux with a close-cropped beard.
The "Lion" star brought us the cutest moment of the night when he came out onstage with his co-star Sunny Pawar. One day, when he's all grown up, maybe Sunny will rock some trendy whiskers like Patel!
The actor took home a Golden Globe for his work in "The Night Manager" and took the stage with some sexy scruff.
Helberg was nominated for his role in "Florence Foster Jenkins" and hit the red carpet with some bold facial hair, a departure from his baby-faced look on "The Big Bang Theory."
"The Night Of" star Riz Ahmed mixed it up by pairing his traditional tuxedo with some manly scruff.
The comedian paired up with Kristen Wiig to present the award for best animated film and looked great with his well-groomed beard!