Our favorite celebrities are all glammed up for the 2021 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Actors like Jamie Chung and Cynthia Erivo made it clear that social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t bring the drama to a virtual red carpet. From colorful eyeliner and bold haircuts to social justice statements, see the best celebrity beauty looks from the 2021 SAG Awards.
Lady in red! We can’t keep our eyes off of Jamie Chung's elegant red dress and super soft beauty look. Celebrity hairstylist Peter Butler gave Chung loose, bouncy curls and blonde highlights inspired by classic American style and 1980s Calvin Klein. After using Leonor Greyl's Voluforme ($36) for hold, Eclat Naturel ($46) for healthy ends, and Laque Souple ($36) for the finishing touches, Butler says Chung's retro-yet-modern style "just fell into place."
Chung also made a powerful social justice statement with her "Stop Asian Hate" clutch by Edie Parker.
Kerry Washington is serving up mermaid glamour for this year's SAG Awards. Makeup artist Carola Gonzalez perfectly matched Washington's blue eyeshadow to her beaded gown and finished off the look with Neutrogena's Hydro Boost Plumping Waterproof Mascara ($10) to withstand a poolside photoshoot.
We’re loving Lily Collins’s pink, gem-encrusted gown (and Peter Pan collar!). The Emily in Paris star also rocked her signature full brows, a simple berry lip, and one sleek blowout.
Audrey Grace Marshall
Outstanding Performance nominee, Audrey Grace Marshall, glowed in an elegant sheer dress with delicate floral detailing. Her eyeliner, courtesy of Suva Beauty’s UV Taffies Palette ($25), added a gorgeous pop of neon to the overall look.
The Lovecraft Country star exudes sophistication in Zuhair Murad. Posing in a grandiose fuschia gown and layered jewels, the 34-year-old actress kept things simple with slick-backed tresses styled by Nikki Nelms and neutral makeup and a bold eye by Emily Cheng, courtesy of Chanel Beauty.
Nicole Kidman created the ultimate fantasy with a whimsical fishtail braid. According to hairstylist Kylee Heath, the look was inspired by her Armani dress. "We wanted her hair to be pretty and easy," she explains. "To ensure hold and add extra shine, I used the Phillip B. Anti-Frizz Formula ($42) and spritzed a generous amount of the Jet Precision Control Hairspray ($38) to tame any unwanted frizz and flyaways."
She added, "Since we wanted the look to be effortless, I finished by pulling the braid gently apart and spraying a small amount of hairspray in it to make it look worn-in."
Emma Corrin of The Crown debuted an edgy, new look at the SAG Awards, courtesy of hairstylist Daniel Martin. We're calling this the "modern Diana."
Nicola Coughlan and her luminous skin brightened our night. The Bridgerton actress worked with makeup artist Neil Young to get her otherworldly glow. Using Iconic London's Seamless Concealer for coverage, Young also accentuated the high points of her face with a dab of Iconic London Illuminator ($40) in Champagne Shimmer.
Kaley Cuoco is definitely ready for spring in this fuschia moment. Hairstylist Clariss Anya Rubenstein complimented the floral embellishments of Cuoco's gown with a wet and flirty updo. To keep her hair looking dewy, Rubenstein applied Sexy Hair's Moisturizing Love Oil ($23) before styling it into a twisted top knot with french hairpins.
Helen Mirren allowed minimalist makeup to serve as a backdrop to statement accessories. The star's makeup artist Jo Strettell prepared her skin with L'Oreal's Age Perfect Fragrance-Free Face Moisturizer ($25) for a hydrated base.
The actress finished her look with a neatly styled bun placed at the crown of her head.