From Sarah Hyland's sleek twisted bun to Rosamund Pike's orange lip, this year's Screen Actor's Guild Awards yieled inspiring (and Pin-able) beauty looks aplenty. Keep clicking to see our favourite beauty looks!
Sarah Hyland kept her makeup simple with soft pink lipstick and sliver shadow. But it was her sleek, side-parted bun (courtesy of hairstylist Ryan Richman, who used KMS California products) that really pulled the whole look together.
Julianne Moore opted for soft waves, a full, fluttery fringe, and a glossy pink lip to perfectly complement her green sequined gown.
Makeup artist Kate Lee used Chanel Beauté products to create a soft, taupe-y smoky eye and natural lip on the expecting (and glowing) Keira Knightley.
Naomi Watts proves that age doesn't matter when it comes to the bombshell factor. Makeup artist Pati Dubroff cited Julie Christie as the inspiration for the look, with big, blown-out tresses and a glamorous nude lip, courtesy of Elizabeth Arden's Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipstick ($25) on Pale Petal. Finally, Dubroff applied a thin layer of St. Tropez's Luxe Dry Oil ($50) on her shoulders and arms to give her skin a luminous, goddess-y glow,
Reese Witherspoon proves that a low ponytail deserves a place on the red carpet. Hairstylist Adir Abergel used John Frieda products to create a deep side part and big, old-school Hollywood curls.
Beachy waves worthy of a red carpet? Yes, please. Hairstylist Jen Atkin tousled Amy Poehler's hair into perfectly textured waves—the perfect complement to her lush lashes and glossy pale pink lip.
Emmy Rossum proves that a center part makes any sleek updo look more modern, and perfectly complements a show-stealing diamond necklace (hairstylist Cervando Maldonado created this look). On the makeup front, makeup artist Jo Baker kept things minimal with brushed up brows, dark liner, and a natural lip. Baker created a softly smoky winged out eye with Physicians Formula’s Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Trio ($12) in Nude Eyes. First, smudging the taupe shade across the lid, then going over it with a darker charcoal color to add some drama. She skipped blush and pressed in just a touch of Burt’s Bees’ Lip Crayon ($9) in Hawaiian Smolder for a natural pink lip.
Sophia Bush played up her blonde tresses by going full-on Hollywood glamour, with retro curls and a dramatic violet-tinged smoky eye.
In case you needed more proof that less is more, just take a look at Felicity Jones' candlelit skin and barely-there makeup. Meanwhile, hairstylist Alex Polillo kept the minamalist theme going with a sleek, chic updo, created with John Frieda products.
Sofia Vergara, never one to disappoint, looked gorgeous in deep red lipstick and super sleek, center-parted locks.
"Rosamund has an assymetrical dress that's very fun and girly," makeup artist Melanie Inglessis told us shortly after she sent the Gone Girl star down the red carpet. "Since the dress was navy, I decided to take a risk and go with a bright pop of color on her lips." Her choice? A bright, matte orange, courtesy of Chanel's Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour ($35) in La Pétillante, and Make Up For Ever Aqua Lip Waterproof Lip Liner Pencil ($19) in 25C Orange Red. To prep her lips for color, Inglessis used Sisley's Nutritive Lip Balm ($74). Hairstylist Maranda Woodland created a beachy, tousled look by prepping Pike's strands with Matrix Biolage's StyleLink Volume Booster, then following with VolumeBloom Volumizing Spray ($17) and the brand's Complete Hold Hairspray ($19).
Makeup artist Nick Barose said his inspiration for Lupita Nyong'o's look was "'40s glam with a modern, effortlessly chic edge"—and we think he succeeded. The secret to her strawberry-red lip? Lancôme's L'Absolu Rouge Lipcolor ($31) in Caprice and the brand's Le Crayon Lip Contour ($25) in Garnet, which Barose used to trace around her lip and fill them in.
Rashida Jones’ look is nothing short of stunning. Lots of lash and a red lip always work on the red carpet. Makeup artist Tracey Levy used Kevyn Aucoin's The Matte Lip Color ($33) in Eternal to get that pop of color on the lips.
Hairstylist Peter Butler also cited the 1940's as the inspiration for Danes' retro-influenced waves, using Vidal Sassoon's Pro Series Boost & Lift Foaming Air Mousse ($5) on her damp strands to add major volume.
Jennifer Aniston stunned on the red carpet in classic Jennifer Aniston fashion. The actress went with luminous skin, rosy cheeks, pink lips, and a generous dose of mascara. Her hair was the perfect mix of beachy texture and brushed out waves. To create her "beautiful, bohemian vibe," hairstylist Chris McMillan first blew out the actress' hair with a large round brush to get volume at the crown. Then, McMillan sprayed Living Proof's Instant Texture Mist ($26) into his hands and applied it to the ends of Aniston's hair to get a piecey feel. "Finishing with texture, you don't even need hairspray," McMillan says.
Emma Stone opted for a low, twisted ponytail, which showcased her glowing skin and defined eyes beautifully. “To create the twisted ponytail, I first sectioned off the hair in front of the ears on both sides,” hairstylist Mara Roszak says. “I gathered the hair in the back into a low ponytail and secured with an elastic. Next I pulled the hair on one side towards the back and pinned over the top of the pony, then did the same on the opposite side bobby pinning the ends into the base of the pony.” Roszak finished the look with L’Oréal Paris’ Advanced Hairstyle Sleek It Strand Smoother Serum Spray ($5).
Nude lips, bronzed skin, and smoky eyes, Camila Alves showed up to the red carpet looking especially gorgeous. Makeup artist Lauren Andersen used a luminizing foundation and Avon’s Glow Bronzing Powder ($9) to give Alves her “neutral glow.”
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