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The Best Hair Looks from the Screen Actors Guild Awards 2020

by lydiah / last updated January 22, 2020

On Sunday night the Screen Actors Guild Awards 2020 take place, and we have the line-up of the best looks from the evening, from curly locks, elegant up-dos to androgynous pixie crops…

Jennifer Lopez

J-Lo’s up-do hairstyle was simpler compared to her hairstyle at the Golden Globes, yet the up-do is very effective in showing off the actresses beautiful bone structure.
Karine Jackson said, “Jennifer Lopez always looks great and her up-do was simple but highlighted how great her dress was. The hair was prepped starting with a mid ponytail, this can be recreated by setting in Curlformers by HairFlair, section, divide and put into place.”

Joey King

Jonathan Andrew, Fudge Professional brand ambassador said,  “This is a strong look and I love it, it’s great to see such a masculine take on the style, but it also has subtle softness that oozes cool femininity, I’ve long been a fan of these hairstyles and I think this one really stands out among the stars on the night.”

Jennifer Aniston

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Tim Scott-Wright, owner of The Hair Surgery, in Stourbridge said, “Jennifer Aniston certainly turned a few heads at the SAG awards, reminding us of her icon status. She’s never ventured far from her trade mark super glossy and sun-kissed hairstyle, while some might say she always plays it safe, there’s no doubt ‘the Jennifer’ hairstyle remains one of the most requested looks in the salon. The red carpet hair showcases “less is more” approach to cut and colour. The blunt outer edge with hidden surface layers and soft face framing, sets the scene for a set of baby lights blend with a lighter contouring shade at the front, to a warm caramel towards the crown and underneath the hair.”

He continues, “The trick to creating this A-list look is achieved by using a flossing service or intense shine treatment. Schwarzkopf Professional BC Fibre Clinix offer a varied selection of bespoke treatments to suit your individual client.”

 

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman’s hairstyle has all the va-va-voom at the awards this year. The volume at the roots to the ends of her hair created a beautiful soft wave.
Karine said, “An easy way for you to create this for your clients is to use Curlformers by HairFlair barrel styling kit. Put the curlers in all facing the same direction, lifting as you place them in for maximum root volume. Then back comb the root when you take the curlers out and brush into shape.”

Zoe Kravitz

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Harry Casey, senior stylist  at Jamie Stevens Hair said, “Zoe Kravitz is Hollywood’s ’it’ girl. It is one of my favourites looks from the night, the wet-look hair tucked behind the eye adds structure, then the loose pin curl left in front of the ear, adds a slight feminine aspect.”

Charlize Theron

Padraig O’Cathain artistic director and head of education, Gina Conway Aveda Salons said,”This hairstyle shows that having a cropped haircut does not mean you can’t style your hair out for an occasion. Her clever embellishment of a Tiffany bracelet through her part, attached over a little french plait, gave her simple slicked styling that extra touch of Red Carpet glamour, while also covering her roots!”

He continues, “To recreate this look, part the hair where you feel most comfortable. If you want to embellish your hair using jewellery, you may need the assistance of a friend to anchor it. Hair clips are an easier option here! Start by applying Aveda Conflixor to damp hair and combing it in place. Using a hairdryer, gently shape the hair into a slicked profile, combing the hair over the ears and back of the nape. Once the hair feels a little drier and somewhat set, add a 20p sized amount of the Conflixor to the palm of your hand, make sure to evenly distribute the product all over your hand, and use this to set the final look in place.”

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