2021’s award show season might be a bit unorthodox, but thus far, it has had no shortage of jaw-dropping beauty moments. (For the record, we’re still obsessing over
Cardi B’s cropped pink hair for the Grammys, and who could forget Lily Collins’ stunning two-tone eye look from the Golden Globes?)
Even though 2021’s SAG Awards won’t follow the traditional formatting we’re accustomed to, we’re still 120% positive there will be no shortage of show-stopping hair and makeup looks. And, lucky for you, we’re in hot pursuit! There’s no need to spend hours all over the web trying to get a glimpse of your favorite celebrities because we’re following along in real-time to bring you every “OMG”-inducing moment all in one place. Keep scrolling—the best beauty looks from the 2021 SAG Awards red carpet are just ahead, and you’re going to want to screenshot each and every slide. (An accompanying beverage is optional, but encouraged!)
Would you ever believe Mirren’s dazzling SAG Awards look came courtesy of products you can easily find at the drugstore? Makeup artist Jo Strettell lined the actor’s lips with L’Oréal Paris’s Age Perfect Anti-Feathering Lip Liner in Nude Pink ($8), and then applied Age Perfect Satin Lipstick in Glowing Nude ($8) to pull it all together.
Bold brows, extension-like lashes, and the rouge lip of all rouge lips, Kirby’s red carpet beauty looks ticks all our boxes and then some. Makeup artist Katey Dennos used tons of clean beauty products on Kirby—from Ilia’s cult-favorite Limitless Lash Mascara ($28) to Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Universal Face Oil ($44) for ultimate glowy skin prep.
Barker’s remote red carpet shoot feels like an outtake from a forest fairytale, and we’re very much here for it. (From her stunning headband to her mauve-tinted lips!)
And just like that Kidman gave us 10/10 summer beauty inspiration: glowing skin, pink lips, and an over-the-shoulder fishtail braid. If you’re looking to give your strands a similar wind-swept feel, try Philip B’s Weightless Conditioning Water ($38)—it’s the exact formula Kidman’s hairstylist, Kylee Heath. used.
Would it even be an awards show without Adams’s signature red waves and lit-from-within blush? To ensure her skin stayed fresh and dewy, makeup artist Stephen Sollitto finished everything off with a quick spray of The Organic Pharmacy’s Rose Facial Spritz ($55).
In case you were wondering, this ishow to execute the perfect feline-inspired cat-eye. Smollett’s punchy pink lip is the ultimate accent. “I applied Chanel’s Rouge Coco Bloom in Glow ($40) focusing on the outer edges and blended inward with a brush,” says makeup artist Emily Cheng regarding the actor’s stunning lip look. “Next, I applied Chanel’s Rouge Coco Bloom in Chance ($40) in the center of the lip and blended outward which gives the lips a slight contour for a fuller look.”
Coughlan is our beauty hero on Bridgerton, and she’s also our beauty hero IRL, too. We’re loving this one-part vampy, one-part gothic beauty look from the actor.
Fanning will forever be our ’60s and ’70s-inspired beauty and fashion muse. This Brigitte Bardot-esque look featuring smudgy kohl liner, bedhead waves, and a full, peachy pout is everything.
Corrin is also emulating a certain decade, and we’re calling it decidedly ’90s! Whoever said the middle part was dead…check on Corrin’s chic, chin-grazing style topped off with cool, chunky highlights. If you’re looking to re-create Corrin’s look, do like makeup artist Florrie White and swipe Sisley-Paris’s Phyto-Lip Twist in Ballet ($53) across your lips. For the hair, follow hairstylist Daniel Martin’s lead by working Sisley’s new La Creme 230 ($100) throughout your lengths and ends to keep hair smooth and glossy.
Washington is channeling real-life mermaid vibes, and we couldn’t be more smitten with this shimmering, royal blue aesthetic. Since Washington’s remote red carpet involved a pool, makeup artist Carola Gonzalez relied on waterproof mascara to keep the actor’s stunning eye look perfectly intact. More specifically, she swiped on Neutrogena’s Healthy Volume Lash-Plumping Waterproof Mascara ($7).
Talk about a mega-watt glow. Cuoco’s stunning blush perfectly complements her hot pink gown, and to create that epic highlight, makeup artist Jamie Greenberg relied on Clarins’ My Shimmer Drops ($24).
We love how Chung’s sunkissed strands highlight her natural, bronze-hued makeup. To boost her hair with lots of bouncy fullness, hairstylist Peter Butler used Leonor Greyl’s Voluforme Styling Spray ($36).
We want to copy this bold, serpentine-blue liner, stat. (If you’re wondering, it’s Chantecaille’s Les Perles Metallic Eyeliner in Bleu ($42)!
We can see Davis’s sky-high lashes from here, and that’s just how we like it. We’re also loving her super-sleek strands—hairstylist Jamika Wilson relied on Matrix’s StyleLink Over Achiever 3-in-1 Cream + Paste + Wax ($18) to keep flyaways at bay.
Erivo never disappoints on the red carpet, and her glowing skin, signature chrome-blonde crop, and blush-pink makeup palette live up to our sky-high expectations.
How stunning is the combination of Kaling’s crimson blush and glossy waves? Makeup artist Janice Kinjo reached for Beautycounter’s Color Pinch Cream Blusher in Umber ($38) to create her healthy flush.
Drysdale is giving us regal Bridgerton vibes with her elegant updo and berry-stained pout.
Soft lilac lids and rose-toned lips give Collins’s SAG Awards look a dreamy, fresh-faced feel. Up next, Celebrities Did Not Come to Play With These SAG Awards Looks