Beauty The Best Beauty Looks from the 2019 SAG Awards Red Carpet By Erin Lukas Erin Lukas Instagram Twitter Erin is a Brooklyn-based beauty editor and has been with InStyle since 2016. She covers all facets of beauty for the site. InStyle's editorial guidelines and Victoria Moorhouse Victoria Moorhouse Instagram Website Victoria Moorhouse is a writer, editor, and consultant based in Brooklyn, New York who focuses on beauty, fitness, and health. Victoria was previously the Senior Beauty Editor at InStyle.com and a Senior Editor at POPSUGAR. Her work can also be found in notable publications such as Shape.com, The Zoe Report, Forbes.com, and Well+Good. She graduated from The College of New Jersey with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Professional Writing. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on January 27, 2019 @ 07:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Award season is here, and so is a whole new set of red carpet beauty looks that are going to dominate your Pinterest board and your Instagram feed. Hollywood took some of the year's biggest beauty trends and went running at the 2019 SAG Awards. Lady Gaga's vampy red lipstick and Amy Adams gorgeous updo and sharp cat-eye make up just a few of the night's unforgettable and downright gorgeous hair and makeup moments. The Best Red Carpet Looks from the 2019 SAG Awards Here, we're rounded up our favorite celebrity beauty looks from the 2019 SAG Awards red carpet. Keep scrolling to check out Sandra Oh's topknot, Yara Shahidi's pretty pink eye makeup, and more. The Sexy Trend That Dominated the 2019 SAG Awards Red Carpet VIDEO: The Best Red Carpet Looks from the 2019 SAG Awards 01 of 15 Sandra Oh Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Turner Sandra Oh paired her glossy mauve lipstick with a simple topknot created by celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson and curly baby bangs. To define the curly texture of her hair and fringe, Gibson applied his STARRING Shooting Star Texture Meringue before curling and as the last step of the evening. 02 of 15 Rumer Willis Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Rumor Willis's SAG Awards beauty look spoke to one of the most popular hair trends of 2019. She paired her chin-grazing bob with full, blunt bangs. For her makeup, the centerpiece was a subtle berry-stained lip, which makeup artist Amy Oresman created with the Hourglass Lip Oil in Icon. 03 of 15 Yara Shahidi Frazer Harrison/Getty Images To define and moisturize Shahidi's curls, celebrity hairstylist Nai'vasha Johnson applied the Suave Professionals for Natural Hair Curl Defining Cream before diffusing. As for Shahidi's makeup, coordination was key. Her soft pastel pink eye makeup matched perfectly with her sequin and tulle outfit. Interestingly enough, most of her eye makeup was created using lip products. Makeup artist Emily Cheng used a combo of Bobbi Brown Luxe Matte Lip Color in Rebel Rose, Bobbi Brown Blush in Pale Pink, and Bobbi Brown Crystal Lip Gloss. As for her glowing skin? She mixed a bit of SK-II Facial Treatment Essence with the foundation for added moisture. 04 of 15 Amy Adams Steve Granitz/WireImage For the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards, Amy Adams opted for a few no-fail red carpet beauty classics: a sharp cat-eye, creamy, peachy lipstick, and a soft, romantic updo. To give the updo a loose texture, celebrity hairstylist John D. sprayed the TRESemmé Between Washes Volumizing Dry Shampoo throughout the ponytail before securing it into a bun. 05 of 15 Lucy Boynton Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Balance out an ultra-femme black hair ribbon with linear graphic eyeliner, like Bohemian Rhapsody star Lucy Boynton did at the SAG Awards. The two products you need in your kit to get it yourself? Celebrity makeup artist Jo Baker reached for Chanel Precision Eye Definer in Black and Victoria's Secret Major Lashes Full Volume Mascara. 06 of 15 Rachel Brosnahan Frazer Harrison/Getty Images For the SAG Awards, Rachel Brosnahan wore a hairstyle that wasn't inspired by the era of her show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Passing on the '50s curls, the actress opted for a '90s vibe with a super straight hairstyle and a center part. To create shine and to protect against heat damage, hairstylist Owen Gould applied Dove Style+Care Smooth & Shine Heat Protection Spray before blow-drying. As for her makeup, she debuted a soft smoky eye and flushed cheeks, courtesy of makeup artist Lisa Aharon who applied the Dior Rosy Glow Lolli'Glow Blush. 07 of 15 Lupita Nyong'o Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Lupita Nyong'o's makeup artist Nick Barose gave the actress a look complete with a glossy red lip using the Lancome L'Absolu Lacquer in Be Brillant and a sultry smoky eye. For her SAGs hairstyle, hairstylists Vernon François and Marva Stokes gave the actress long braids. 08 of 15 Mandy Moore Presley Ann/Getty Images Mandy Moore kept things simple with a low ponytail and two makeup staples: tightline eyeliner and rosy lipstick. Her makeup artist Kindra Mann used Burt's Bees Nourishing Eyeliner Pencil and Liquid Lipstick in Blush Brook to achieve the look. 09 of 15 Margot Robbie Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Sure, vibrant eye makeup colors might currently be a big beauty trend, but Margot Robbie's gold eyeshadow is proof that classic subtle colors can still be impactful, too. As for her hair, the actress wore her lob in soft brushed-out waves. 10 of 15 Constance Wu Presley Ann/Getty Images Now, these are the beachy waves you've always wanted. Celebrity hairstylist Anh Co Tran used two Sultra Styling Wands to give her hair texture. Constance Wu's makeup artist Patrick Ta paired the star's effortless hair with a soft smoky eye using Chanel's Les 4 Ombres eyeshadow palette in Road Movie. 11 of 15 Laverne Cox Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Now, this is an updo that's guaranteed to get Pinned over and over again. Laverne Cox's curls were pinned up and accessorized with two side braids and face-framing tendrils. A soft smoky eye and nude lip rounded out her look's romantic vibe. 12 of 15 Lady Gaga Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Turner Lady Gaga channeled Old Hollywood on the 2019 SAG Awards red carpet. She wore her hair in a deep side-part and a twisted low bun, which hairstylist Frederic Aspiras created with Joico's new Defy Damage Protective Shield and ghd's Platinum+ Styler. Bruised plum lipstick completed the look. Gaga's makeup artist Sarah Tanno used Marc Jacobs Beauty's Poutliner Longwear Lip Liner Pencil in Currant Mood and Le Marc Creme Lipsticks in Blow and Dashing for the perfect vampy shade. 13 of 15 Emily Blunt Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Another red carpet, another monochromatic makeup moment from Emily Blunt — and we love it. This time, her lipstick perfectly matched her baby pink ruffled sequin dress. Celebrity makeup artist Jenn Streicher created the look using Rouge Dior #657 Romantic. Blunt's dress' voluminous neckline called for a sleek updo. Celebrity hairstylist Laini Reeves used Dyson's Supersonic Hair Dryer Professional Edition to dry her hair before pulling it up into a tight, rolled-up ponytail that was secured with a Lelet NY barrette. 14 of 15 Emma Stone Steve Granitz/WireImage Blink and you might miss the killer detail that celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak added to Emma Stone's undone updo. She wove a piece of gold rope through her hair as she pinned it up. The glossy red lipstick that makeup artist Rachel Goodwin chose plays nice with Stone's new auburn hair color. As for the exact shade, it's Sisley Paris' new Le Phyto Rouge Lipstick in #33 Orange Sevilla. 15 of 15 Alison Brie Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Alison Brie is all in for the updos this awards season. For the Golden Globes, she went for an undone vibe with messy pinned-up strands, but for the SAGs, Brie chose an elegant low bun and a sleek center-part. Not one hair was out of place. According to her makeup artist Quinn Murphy, Brie was set to wear a lot of powder makeup for the evening, so to eliminate shine, L'OCCITANE Perfecting Mattifying Fluid was applied to the T-zone area.