The Best Red Carpet Hair Trends of the SAG Awards
Move over, Golden Globes, it's time for the SAG Awards. There is no rest for the red carpet, and as we toil over the celebs' hair and makeup styles for another Hollywood event it's only a matter of time before all of the looks become a sea of hairspray and smoky eyes to us. However, the stylists prevailed, and there were a few trends that caught our eye in the mass of updos and coifs. Check out our favorite looks from the show.
The Perfect Ponytail: Katrina Bowden and Sabina Morgan looked incredibly chic with their twists on a sleek ponytail. This is a style that brings more attention your face and can be accessorized with jewel clips or a headband. Be sure to apply a dollop of anti-frizz serum before styling to keep your pony's body static and flyaway-free all night long.
To the Left, to the Left, or the Right:
We saw lots of the side 'do style last week at the Globes à la Sandra Bullock, and it's still going strong this week with Cheryl Hines, Sarah Hyland, and even Anna Kendrick sporting some side swoop bangs. This is a great hairstyle for a big night out and can easily be assembled by pulling up a low ponytail to the side (right or left!) and using bobby pins to make it piece-y, messy, or even braiding it.
Polished, Glossy Waves:
Sherri Shepherd, Tina Fey (how she did not bring the noise after Giuliana Rancic insulted her Globes outfit we will never know. Patience really is a virtue), and Lea Michele were just a few of the starlets sporting glossy waves, both long and short. To get a look like Sherri's, put in a few ceramic hot rollers for three minutes, tops. Relaxed hair is delicate and you don't want to cause breakage with heat styling. Shake out and spray lightly with a setting mist. If you have longer hair, like Michele or Fey, dry hair with a round brush. Next, use a large curling iron, and, alternating two-inch sections, roll hair around the barrel in one direction and then again in the other direction to create a ripple effect. We love this mermaid-inspired look because it works for day or night.