Fierce feline flicks and traffic-stopping chrome lids beamed from the red carpet at every high-profile event in 2016, but judging by this year's Golden Globes 2017, sweet and delicate peach tones are the new normal.
When Emily Ratajkowski stepped out on to the red carpet, it wasn't just her stunning tousled bob (although, faux) that made waves. The actress accentuated her deep brown eyes with a wash of peach shadow which was blended seamlessly past the outer corners to meet her full brows. It's the new winged eyeliner.
The bold, matte red lip anchored Lily Collins' Golden Globes look but the delicate, water colour-esque veil of dusty peach eyeshadow softened her face beautifully. A slight dusting underneath Lily's lower lash line gave her look an ethereal vibe - all she needed was a swipe of mascara to frame.
While Lily Collins went easy on the eye, Elizabeth Olsen opted for a more intense blanket of colour. The star co-ordinated her cheeks to her lids which gave her an otherwordly glow and a slick of chocolate brown eyeliner dialled up the sultry factor.
Olivia Culpo's warm teracotta eyeshadow boasted pretty peach undertones as she basked under the camera flashes. The deep nude lip looked delicious against her bronzed cheeks.
Naomi's lids were adorned with a swipe of glitter-splashed peach shadow which was blended into the inner corners for a lit-from-within look. The fabulously fluffy lashes were the cherry on top.
Of course, make-up mogul Kylie Jenner was one of the first celebrities to champion the sheer and fleshy trend, having added the Royal Peach Palette - awash with shimmer-flecked shades and Instagram-worthy mattes - to her current collection.
But she isn't the only one to sing peach's praises as make-up brand Too Faced have also jumped on the bandwagon with their new Sweet Peach Collection (scented, no less) complete with 18 apricot-inspired shades plus a pretty blush.
It's no wonder, then, that the A-listers chose to model their beauty looks on this season's hottest hue. Here are the celebrities that got is so right at January's biggest bash.