Last night the worlds of TV and film collided on the red carpet for the SAG Awards. The result? A wave of incredible hair and makeup looks that we will be taking notes from for weeks and months to come. Keep scrolling for the 13 best beauty looks from the 2016 SAG Awards.
Alicia Vikander—who won best supporting actress in a film—looks incredible with her hair worn sleek, smooth and super shiny.
A bold fuchsia lip is a refreshing choice for the red carpet, as Naomi proves. Re-create the look with Bourjois Rouge Edition Lipstick (£8) in Fuchsia Grafitti.
Jessica goes classic with a sleek side part, liner flicks and a bright red pout.
We love Kate's textured crop; use Redken Rough Paste 12 (£12) to get that separation and hold into your hair.
The focus here is the lashes, how good do they look! Fake falsies with Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Mascara (£22).
We are obsessed with Game of Thrones actress Hannah Murray's red hair, especially next to that canary yellow gown. Keep red colour looking vibrant with John Frieda Radiant Red Colour Magnifying Shampoo (£6).
Eva knows what works for her—she kept to her signature smokey eye for the occasion.
Emilia Clarke looked stunning with her lob styled into easygoing waves and a sweeping side parting. We're still jealous at how well she can pull off being white blonde in Game of Thrones and a brunette in real life.
Claire made like Saoirse and opted for a wash of silver eyeshadow with a slight lilac sheen which you can re-create with Diego Dalla Palma Eyeshadow (£14) in 32 Frost Silver Lilac. We're also wondering whether frosted pink lipstick is making a comeback? Danes and Ronan seem to think so.
Best actress in a film winner Brie Larson opted for a coral lip that contrasted with her pale blue gown. Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin applied Chanel Precision Lip Definer (£18) in Orange Intense all over, before layering on Chanel Rouge Coco Stylo Complete Care Lipshine in Article (available soon in the U.S.) on top. But it's Brie's hair that we really loved.
Best actress in a television drama Viola Davis got the monochromatic trend memo and chose to wear purple on both her eyes and lips.
Rachel McAdams proves that you don't need to wear a glossy updo to shine on the red carpet. We love her textured bob.
Which is your favourite beauty look from the SAG Awards? Let us know in the comment box below.