Take it from Margot Robbie's hard-candy pink polish, Scarlett Johansson's delicate French tips, or even Joey King's minimal and geometric nail design: the secret to a red-carpet-ready manicure is not the length of the nails themselves.
She didn't go bare, though; nail artist Jenna Hipp used Emilie Heathe nail polishes to create an even and glossy nude base. © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
Bachick is Jennifer Lopez's go-to nail artist, so it's no surprise she turned to him to create this ombré French manicure to go along with her regal braided updo.
Potentially the most heartbreaking nail look of them all, Margot Robbie's reflective, berry-colored nails are the work of nail artist Tom Bachik, who used a mix of two discontinued Chanel nail varnishes: Temptation and Provocation.
The base is a mixture of Essie nail polish shades Going Steady and Sugar Daddy, followed by a delicate stripe of Blanc along each fingertip.
Another look by Nguyen, Salma Hayek's short and sweet nude manicure is the result of OPI Nail Lacquer in Stop It I'm Blushing.
These classic ovular red nails on Kerry Washington are thanks to manicurist Kim Truong, who used OPI Nail Lacquer in Malaga Wine.
You can recreate the look at home with a thin striping brush and Essie nail polish shades Gossamer Garments, Blanc, Licorice, and a top coat.
See all of our favorite nail looks from the 2020 Golden Globes below, and be sure to have your local manicurist on speed dial.
Bachick sadly hasn't revealed exactly what nails shade he used for Charlize Theron's Golden Globes manicure, but that sure won't atop anyone from reaching for their closest black polish at home.
Our eyes constantly drifted downward to catch the reflective polishes and detailed nail art at every chance just in case there's a new nail trend bubbling underneath the surface. The verdict?
The Golden Globes red carpet was rife with short and simple looks. https://t.co/WOR9z4kTbs— Allure (@Allure_magazine) January 6, 2020