Last night's Screen Actors Guild Awards marked the unofficial halfway point of award season. With the Golden Globes behind us, we still have the Grammy Awards and the Oscars to look forward to, and the momentum is still in full swing. So, too, is the impressive array of red carpet getups—and that, of course, includes some particularly on-point beauty looks.
Save for a few outliers, effortless hair continues to be a hallmark trend, as does rose-tinged eye makeup and an emphasis on luminous skin. Even more notable: Despite the opulence of the occasion, many of these luxe looks come courtesy of drugstore cosmetics.
On that note, keep scrolling to take a closer look at some of our favorite looks of the SAG Awards—as well as the products and techniques behind them.
The actress's golden bob and shimmery rose eye makeup perfectly complemented her ornate gown. Makeup artist Jenn Streicher used a trio of Laura Mercier eye colors to get the look: Using the brand's Mettalik Rust shade from the Editorial Eye Palette Intense Clays ($48) as a base, she then used a wet brush to swipe on Baked Eye Colour in Terracotta ($25) both on Blunt's upper and lower lids to intensify the color. Streicher finished off by contouring the actress's eyes with the brand's Matte Eye Colour in Fresco ($25) beneath her lower lashes.
Consider this proof that a swipe of red lipstick is enough of a look on its own.
We're loving the romantic feel of Larson's updo. L'Oréal hairstylist Mara Roszak got that piece-y texture by braiding small sections of the actress's hair and blasting them with a blowdryer before taking them out. She then spritzed on L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Boost It High Lift Creation Spray ($4), pulled the hair back into a mid-height ponytail, secured it into a knot with bobby pins, and finished it all off with hairspray.
With such a statement-making gown, Henson's hair and makeup look was rightly minimal—but polished and pretty nonetheless.
Before winning Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series for The Crown, Foy stunned in a loose updo and classic makeup on the red carpet. Matrix hairstylist Jillian Halouska used the brand's Biolage R.A.W. Replenish Oil-Mist ($24) to add extra shine.
The Orange Is the New Black actress turned heads with her vibrant red lip and glossy locks.
Stone's ultra-defined lashes and pink lip perfectly complemented her complexion. Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin just used a bit of Nars Soft Matte Complete Concealer ($30) to let Stone's skin really shine.
When your hair is already a cool-girl shade of cotton candy, there's little else required to make a statement. Manning still upped the ante with a swipe of vampy lipstick.
Believe it or not, this very luxe makeup look was brought to you entirely by drugstore favorite IT Cosmetics. Toby Fleischman used the brand's CC+ Cream ($38), to play up Wood's creamy complexion, and that lip shade is all Your Lips But Better Waterproof Lip Liner ($20) in Perfect Red. Perfect, indeed.
The actress and singer added a pop of color to her signature black-and-white wardrobe by way of a plum-colored lip. Makeup artist Jessica Smalls used CoverGirl Outlast All Day Color & Gloss in Vivid Violet ($11).
How gorgeous is Washington's intense smoky eye? "I wanted to make Kerry look sexy, fierce, and classy," says makeup artist Carola Gonzalez, who used Neutrogena Nourishing Long Wear Shadow + Built-in Primer in Smoky Steel ($9) to craft this look.
Dunst's waves struck the perfect balance of breezy and polished. While hairstylist Renato Campora credits a fresh, layered haircut for this look, she also used Dove Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo ($4) to add lift and texture before curling Dunst's locks.
Winged liner was the perfect option to play up the Stranger Things actress's doll eyes.
"Pretty goth" seemed to be the vibe of Ryder's entire getup—and her curly tendrils balanced it out with a little softness.
Next, check out how Kate Hudson prepped for the red carpet.