Golden Globes 2014 Beauty: Leading Men Fail With Fake Tans Once Again

Leonardo DiCaprio Golden Globes Arrivals Headshot - P 2014
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Leonardo DiCaprio Golden Globes Arrivals Headshot - P 2014

We spied some serious streaks during DiCaprio's and McConaughey's acceptance speeches.

Just when you thought the overly orange spray tan would have stopped after the man makeup disaster that was the Emmys, another awards show happened. And things didn't improve by much.

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Leonardo DiCaprio, winner of the best actor award for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street, stepped out in a classic black Giorgio Armani tux -- and appeared a tad bit too orange for his own good. While he did have a healthy glow reserved for, say, millionaires sunning on a yacht, his light-skinned hands and neck didn't quite match the darker hue of his face. 

Another actor who fell victim to the too-orange spray tan: Matthew McConaughey, who scored a Golden Globe award for his role in Dallas Buyers Club. His co-star, Jared Leto, managed to stray from looking excessively tanned, and instead, rocked a man bun that's sure to inspire any hipster to follow suit.

While we appreciate their glowing efforts for a sunbathed face, a lighter hand and some good sea salt scrub may be the key next time around.

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