Channing Tatum sported a bit of a scraggle beard, but his general Channing Tatum-ness saved the day.
Chris Martin and Coldplay may have lost in the Best Song category (to U2), but we wanted to give him a trophy for his sharp scruff.
Jared Leto's modest but well-kept crop of facial hair impressed us (as did his turn in "Dallas Buyers Club," for which he took home gold in the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture category).
Michael Douglas had a landmark year, but it was his beard that took center stage when he accepted his award for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or TV Movie for "Behind the Candelabra."
Chris Pine finally did what we once thought was impossible: He managed to look even better in a beard than Jake Gyllenhaal.
Alex Ebert's hair could have used some attention, but we think his beard more than made up for it. Either way, it all suits his "Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros" persona.
Michael Fassbender looks best with a beard, we think. The red gives it great character.
Chiwetel Ejiofor didn't win a statue, but his gracious send-up during Jacqueline Bisset's frazzled acceptance speech proved he's a class act.
But the best beard of the night belonged to "12 Years a Slave" producer Anthony Katagas, looking pleased (if a bit dazed) behind director Steve McQueen after their film took home the prize for Best Motion Picture (Drama).