Awards season is officially drawing to a close. The Screen Actors Guild Awards is one of the last hurdles where celebrities and their trusted glam squads pull out all of the stops. This year’s statement beauty arrived in stars embracing their natural features to the max. Think perfectly groomed brows, lashes coated in mascara and rosy lips finished with a sweep of gloss. For hair crops ruled the red carpet, with sleek looks and natural waves following close behind. Scroll down to go behind the scenes of some of our favorite looks.
Sophie Turner let her eyes do the talking with statement lashes created by makeup artist Georgie Eisdell. For hair, Christian Wood kept things simple working a soft wave into her locks.
Makeup artist Nick Barose created an abstract eye to match Lupita Nyong’O’s gown. Hairstylist Vernon François swept her hair up into a 1940s afro updo.
Charlize Theron won the best hair look for the evening, with Adir Abergel creating a futuristic vibe with a Tiffany & Co tennis bracelet along her parting. Kate Lee was on makeup sweeping a soft pink haze, across her eye.
Donning a bright orange gown, Kathryn Newton kept her beauty look sleek and simple. Inspired by Grace Kelly Gina Brooke was on makeup and Irinel de León on hair.
Makeup artist Beau Nelson gave us a lesson on how to create a romantic smoky eye in rose, gold, and nude tones. Hairstylist Neeko swept Nathalie Emmanuel’s hair up into a soft updo adding to the feel.
A metallic smokey eye was the focal point for Joey King’s look, with Allan Avendaño sweeping it out into a perfect feline silhouette. Hairstylist Dimitri Giannetos had her bob swept back with a 90s feel.
Jennifer Lopez’s glam squad was back with a bang. Chris Appleton pulled back her hair into an ‘effortless’ chignon. Scott Barnes didn’t stray from his signature J Lo glow, showing us exactly what his namesake palettes can do.
Working with a Chanel palette makeup artist Pati Dubroff created an eye in the shades dubbed putty and clay. She finished the look with a flush of blush on Margot Robbie’s cheeks. Bryce Scarlett was on hair with a relaxed chignon.
Millie Bobby Brown
Hairstylist Bridget Brager let Millie Bobby Brown’s long locks do the talking creating some serious shine. On makeup, Kelsey Deenihan opted for a natural vibe working with soft browns on the eyes and rose on her cheeks and lips.
Molly Dickson clashed a pink shadow and lip with Sadie Sink’s beautiful red locks. Hairstylist Ryan Richman went old school Hollywood with soft wavy locks.
Yes, this may not be behind the scenes but Zoe Kravitz’s peachy look deserves a mention. Hung Vanngo was on makeup matching his palette to her gown. Note, Kravitz’s killer cheekbones. Nikki Nelms kept things simple, adding a side parting to her pixie crop.