Recreate Your Favorite Beauty Looks from the 2017 SAG Awards

Hollywood’s awards season is officially underway and at Sunday night’s 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, stars once again brought their beauty A-game to the red carpet. Sleek strands, like Kerry Washington and Sophia Vergara’s high-shine looks, ruled the evening, while bold brows and metallic makeup, as seen on Kate Hudson, Maisie Williams and Taraji P. Henson added a heavy dose of drama.

Flip through the slideshow below to see some of our favorite hair, makeup and nail looks from the 2017 SAG Awards — plus the how-tos you need to recreate them in the salon!

  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Simply Chic Style

    Inspiration: A tribute to Mary Tyler Moore
    Hairstylist: Matthew Monzon

    Get the Look:

    1. Starting with freshly washed and lightly conditioned hair​, Monzon ​us​ed ​​BC Bonacure Excellium Taming Shampoo with Q10+ + Omega-3​, and BC Excellium Taming Conditioner WITH Q10+ + Omega-3​, both from Schwarzkopf Professional​. "​I used​ ​Schwarzkopf Professional's ​BC Excellium Taming with Q10+ + Omega-3 range on Julia Louis-Dreyfus' mature, ​thick,​ ​curly, color-treated hair — perfect for coarse, colored, aging hair​, it was the key to​ creating​ her 2017 SAG Awards look​," says​ Monzon​.​
    2. ​Since he wanted a smooth​,​ predominately straight style​,​ Monzon took a quarter-sized amount o​f​ the​​ ​BC Excellium Taming ​Milk​ with Q10+ + Omega-3​​ emulsified in his hands​,​ then distributed it through the hair​, from the mid​-​shaft through the ends.     
    3. To achieve volume and body in the hair​,​ he used Schwarzkopf Professional’s ​BC Excellium Plumping Soufflé WITH Q10+ + Collagen and combed through the hair from root​,​ to end​s.  
    4. ​He then​​ proceeded to ​b​low​-dry the hair​,​ lifting​ it ​with his hands to get the bulk of the moisture out​. He lifted sections of the hair with a large round brush, to ​give the ​hair a smooth and shiny finish.   
    5. ​Once a section of hair ​was​ finished​,​ Monzon placed ​Julia’s​ hair in large ​velcro  rollers​,​ ​working ​his​ way from​ the back of ​her​ head to the front​. He left the rollers in ​for 20 minutes, ​while Julia was whisked off to make​​up.
    6. ​Once the rollers had cooled, he removed the​m a​nd brushed through the hair​.
    7. Creating a shallow center part​,​ and taking a two-inch barrel iron​, Monzon smoothed the hair​, ​and gave the ends a subtle flip.
    8. He finished off the look with Schwarzkopf Professional’s ​OSiS+ Elastic Finish Hairspray to lock it all into place.

     

  • Julie Bowen’s Chic Half-Up ‘Do

    Inspiration: Bowen’s lace J. Mendel gown
    Hairstylist: Jill Crosby

    Get the Look:

    1. “I began with damp hair and blew out with my T3 Featherweight Luxe 2i Dryer and the T3
    2. Anti-Gravity round brush creating a middle part,” says Crosby. “It’s very important to dry hair with the concentrator rather than the round brush because we wanted to make the hair super straight and flat to the head.
    3. “Next, I used my T3 SinglePass Luxe flat iron to straighten the hair in sections.
    4. “To [add] length to her chin-length hair, we added in extensions.
    5. “The most important part of creating a look with extensions is marrying the hair’s natural texture with the extension’s texture. To do this, every time I added in a new extension, I flat ironed the natural hair with the extension to blend them together.
    6. “Once the hair is completely flat ironed, I trimmed the extensions and pinned the hair half up to finish the look.”

     

  • Viola Davis’ Gilded Nails

    Inspiration: Feminine meets edgy
    Manicurist: Julie Kandalec

    Get the Look:

    1. “To create a feminine yet edgy look, we chose Essie’s Penny Talk,” says Kandalec, “a statement-making copper metallic, to pop against Viola’s structured, white, Vivienne Westwood gown.”

     

  • Diane Guerrero’s Super Sleek Strands

    Inspiration: Victoria’s Secret Angel sexiness
    Hairstylist: Marcia Hamilton

    Get the Look:

    1. “I began with damp hair and prepped with volumizing mousse, a root lift spray and a serum for shine,” says Hamilton.
    2. “Next, I blew out the hair with the T3 Featherweight Luxe 2i Dryer and the T3 Anti-gravity round brush in sections, creating a deep side part.
    3. “Once hair was completely dry, I used the T3 SinglePass X 1.5” Flat Iron to straighten the hair in one-inch sections, starting with the bottom layer and working my way up.
    4. “To smooth the areas around the ears and at the edge of the hair line, I switched to the T3 SinglePass Luxe 1” Flat Iron.
    5. “I added length to the hair by applying extensions which I straightened with the T3 SinglePass X 1.5” Flat Iron.
    6. “To finish, I brushed hair together and spritzed with hairspray. Expert tip: To secure the deep side part, I used the T3 Featherweight Luxe 2i Dryer and finger combed around the part until the hairspray was dry.”

     

  • Taylor Schilling’s Burgandy Mani

    Inspiration: 90s monochrome
    Manicurist: Christina Aviles

    Get the Look:
    “Essie’s Bordeaux was the perfect polish to complete Taylor’s burgundy, monochromatic 90’s look,” says Aviles.
    “Two coats of this deep red wine shade paired with short nails kept her style cool, young and on-trend.”

     

  • Sofia Vergara’s Super Straight Strands

    Inspiration: Sleek, elegant glamour

    Get the Look:

    1. For major shine like Vergara, prep hair with Keratin Complex’s Infusion Keratin Replenisher to replenish and revitalize strands.
    2. Next, create a deep side part and flat iron hair until completely straight.
    3. Lastly, finish with Keratin Complex’s Thermo-Shine Thermal Protectant Mist to control fly-aways and add plenty of shine.

     

  • Kate Hudson’s Bold Brows

    Inspiration: Wintery makeup and face-framing brows

    Get the Look:

    1. Recreate Hudson’s dark lip with Palladio’s Dreamy Matte Lipstick in Darling Damask.
    2. Redefine brows for that bold and beautiful look with Palladio’s Brow Definer Micro Pencil and Brow Mousse with Fibers.

     

  • Chrissy Teigen’s Petal Pink Mani

    Inspiration: A sexy nude
    Manicurist: Kimmie Kyees

    Get the Look:

    1. “We decided on Essie’s Mademoiselle to create sexy, sheer nails that played off of Chrissy’s plunging Dsquared² wrap dress and thigh-high slit,” says Kyees.
  • Salma Hayek’s Carefree Waves

    Inspiration: Hawaii meets Hollywood
    Hairstylist: Robert Vetica

    Get the Look:

    1. “Starting with wet hair, I dried Salma's hair using the ghd Air Hairdryer,” says Vetica.
    2. “Then, to create texture, I used the ghd Classic Wave Wand, which gives a free and easy wave adding bounce and curl at the same time. Alternating directions from the nape up and on the sides from the top down gives of a casual elegance. The hair looks free-flowing and effortless.
    3. “After I added the texture, I then did a low side part and [took] the hair on the left side to create a waterfall braid around the side into the back and integrated it into her hair so the end disappeared.
    4. “To finish, I used the ghd Gold Professsional 1” Styler to nix fly-aways, secured loose ends with bobby pins and set it all with hairspray.”

     

  • Sophia Bush’s Girly Pink Nails

    Inspiration: Soft and sweet
    Manicurist: Millie Machado

    Get the Look:

    1. “Sophia and I chose Essie’s Sugar Daddy, a sweet, soft pink to create a natural nail,” says Machado.
    2. “The polish coordinated beautifully against her dynamic, hot pink Marchesa dress.”
  • Kaley Cuoco’s Island Glow

    Inspiration: Healthy, sun-kissed glow
    Makeup Artist: Jamie Greenberg

    Get the Look:

    1. For the body, Greenberg swept a layer of the St. Tropez One Night Only Face and Body Lotion in Light/Medium, covering the body and blending with her hands to give the skin warmth.
    2. Then, for a dewy glow, Greenberg applied an extra layer of the new St. Tropez One Night Only Finishing Gloss (launching March 2017) to highlight Cuoco’s arms and décolletage so that her skin would look radiant for the red carpet.
    3. For the face, Greenberg applied new St. Tropez 3-in-1 Sculpting Powder (launching March 2017) to contour and highlight Kaley’s bone structure and give her skin a hint of bronze.
    4. Then, Greenberg rubbed St. Tropez Finishing Gloss between her hands and gently blotted it onto Cuoco’s face to add little more dewiness and the perfect red-carpet-ready glow.

     

  • Maisie Williams’ Old Hollywood Hair and Vampy Lip

    Hair Inspiration: The classic silhouette of Williams’ dress
    Hairstylist: Ryan Richman

    Get the Look:

    1. “I washed hair with MOP Lemongrass Volume Shampoo to help ‘fatten up’ the hair,” says Richman. “On damp hair, I applied a generous amount of MOP Lemongrass Volume Whip to add Volume throughout the style and to protect against heat.
    2. “Using a medium boar bristle round brush and my Revlon Soft Feel AC Motor Dryer, I blow-dried one-inch sections, lifting at the root for maximum volume.  
    3. “I created a deep side part with a comb and began to curl the hair with my Revlon Pro Collection 1" Soft Feel Curling Iron, curling the hair toward the face for a retro feel. After curling, I sprayed the hair with MOP C-System Firm Finish Hairspray to hold the curl.
    4. “Using a gentle scalp brush, I brushed through the curls pulling them back off of the face to create uniformed and soft old Hollywood wave.  
    5. “To finish, I applied a dime-size amount of MOP Orange Peel Molding Cream to my finger tips to clean up the hairline, smooth fly-aways, and define texture by running my hands over the style gently. I then tucked the small side of the part behind the ear and secured with a bobby pin.”

    Makeup Inspiration: Old Hollywood goes edgy

    Get the Look:

    1. For Williams’ vampy makeup look, start with boldly defined brows. Use Palladio’s Brow Definer Micro Pencil to fill in, then enhance with Brow Mousse with Fibers.
    2. For a bold, dark lip, use Palladio’s Dreamy Matte Lipstick in Darling Damask.
  • Kerry Washington’s Sleek Blowout

    Inspiration: Simple, yet luxurious, strands

    Get the Look:

    1. Super-straight hair is back. Recreate the trend with Keratin Complex’s Infusion Keratin Replenisher to replenish and revitalize hair for that silky, shiny finish.
    2. Flat iron hair so that it lays away from the face, behind the shoulders.
    3. Finish with Keratin Complex’s Thermo-Shine Thermal Protectant Mist to smooth frizz and fly-aways, and create gorgeous shine.

     

  • Emily Blunt’s Sheer Nude Nails

    Inspiration: Natural-looking nude
    Manicurist: Carla Kay

    Get the Look:

    1. “We started by shaping Emily’s nails into a clean, classic oval shape,” says Kay.
    2. “[We] followed with two coats of Essie’s Mademoiselle for a soft wash of color. The sheer pink shade complemented Emily’s fair skin tone as well as her nude embellished Roberto Cavalli gown.”
  • Taraji P. Henson’s Glittery Mauve Makeup

    Inspiration: Henson’s shimmery purple gown

    Get the Look:

    1. For grown-up glitter, less is more. Use Palladio’s Silk FX Eye Shadow Palette in Burlesque for the right touch of glimmer.
    2. Pair with Velvet Matte Metallic Lip Color in Lavish to keep the focus on the eyes.
    3. Then, create a natural glow with Palladio’s I’m Glowing Creamy Stick Luminizer.

     

  • Michelle Williams’ Glossy Mani

    Inspiration: Williams’ mixed metal Louis Vuitton gown
    Manicurist: Elle

    Get the Look:

    1. Elle used Dermelect’s What a Gem layered with Indulgence to create a high-shine, glossy, shimmery nail that wouldn't "over glitter" Williams’ gorgeous gown.
  • Claire Foy’s Editorial Chignon

    Inspiration: A runway-ready updo
    Hairstylist: Jillian Halouska

    Get the Look:

    1. On damp hair, apply Matrix Style Link Blowout Skinny Queen, create a center part and blow-dry.
    2. Part out front pieces on each side before the ear. Using the blow dryer and a round brush, twist each piece back.
    3. Using Matrix Style Link Over Achiever, muss up the rest of the hair to create texture and dimension. Pull into a low ponytail, leaving the front two pieces out.
    4. Separate pony into three pieces and coil them around each other. Sculpt the pieces into a chignon to your liking, pinning as you go.
    5. Half-tuck the front behind the ears and loosely pin a few pieces into the chignon. Lightly mist Matrix Biolage R.A.W. Replenish Oil-Mist all over for a nice, healthy sheen.
    6. Lock everything in with Matrix Style Link Style Fixer.

     

Credits: 

Opening Image: Getty Images/Christopher Polk

 

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