4 Best Red Carpet Hair Trends at 2019 SAG Awards
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The 25th Annual SAG Awards are here to school us on the hottest red carpet trends of the season. From a more modern and touchable up-do, to full on glamazon and ultra-long waves, these are the looks most likely to reoccur on your feed. Take notes for wedding season to really stay ahead of the game.
Bangs are Back
A blunt cut means business. We love how Rumer Willis has shaped her straight locks
into symmetrical precision.
Bangs are Back
Jenna Lyng Adams
Hollywood’s in full fringe mode, with Jenna Lyng Adams’ bangs seamlessly blending
into a chunky, longer layer for unpretentious movement.
Bangs are Back
Yas, curly bangs, yaaass. Sandra Oh’s ringlets demonstrate that changing up a small detail can translate to a totally unexpected look.
Host Megan Mullally is super chic in a center-parted low
knotted bun and color made for the red carpet, courtesy of John Ruggiero.
Strategically sectioned strands add depth to Patricia Clarkson’s tactile up-do done by long time stylist Stephen Lewis.
We want more of Emma Stone’s side-swept S-curl, which adds a modern, avant-
garde twist to awards season styles by Mara Roszak.
Look no further for wedding season inspo than Gemma Chan’s pretty as can be,
effortlessly romantic look. Stylist Clariss Anya Rubenstein used Dove Invisible Dry Shampoo to get that hint of texture.
Eris Baker’s elaborate head scarf takes her look from simple to stunning.
Lupita is an absolute vision with her hair intricately braided by Vernon Francois.
Yara Shahidi’s curls are as on-point as they are playful, thanks to stylist Nai’vasha.
Sydelle Noel’s thick waves go on for days.
Amy Adams’ hair is slicked back with a wave for an easy to imitate up-style volume hack. Celeb stylist John D. gave Adams the sultry look using Tresemme and our personal fave, the Dyson Pro.
Gaga continues to reign as the glam queen with this look, which is a nod to 1940s screen sirens.
With a hint of a finger wave, platinum color, and a tight bun, she’s literally checking all the
Gaga’s main hairdresser, Frederic Aspiras created this timeless style, which was inspired by a ballerina bun.
It took a lot to get hair this flawless, including Joico Defy Damage Protective Shield (available at Ulta/Ulta.com March 1st), Joico Defy Damage Shampoo and Conditioner (available at Ulta/Ulta.com March 1st), Joico Blonde Life Brilliant Tone Violet Smoothing Foam, Joico Ironclad Thermal Protectant Spray, Joico Flip Turn Volumizing Finishing Spray, Joico Hair Shake Finishing Texturizing Spray, Joico JoiFix Firm Finishing Spray, ghd detangling comb, ghd oval dressing brush, ghd narrow dressing brush, ghd paddle brush, ghd curve creative curl wand, ghd platinum+ styler and the ghd air hairdryer.
Mandy Moore is living our ponytail dreams with her sporty side-parted glamarama
style done by stylist Ashley Streicher using products by Garnier USA and hot tools courtesy of T3.