If you've been stuck in a hair rut since the start of 2018, look no further than the 2018 SAG Awards red carpet to get you out of it. Some of your favorite celebs' looks for the night will give you the inspiration you're in search of for new ways to wear your hair twisted up in a bun or how to update your lob.
Millie Bobby Brown's braided double buns, Olivia Munn's sleek lob, and Laura Dern's loose, low ponytail are just a few of the hair moments that you're going to want to recreate have a hand at this year.
Keep scrolling to see the best hairstyles from the 2018 SAG Awards red carpet.
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Tracee Ellis Ross
Ross's tight braided bun in two words: simply chic.
Fact: No one does a red carpet updo like Kidman, and her SAG Awards style was no exception. She wore her side-swept curls pinned-up on one side, and left a face-framing tendril out on the other.
If you're tired of wearing your lob straight, the effortless texture of Robbie's style actually requires little effort to achieve. The I, Tonya star's stylist Bryce Scarlett for Morocanoil diffused her hair with the brand's Ceramic Hair Dryer ($220; nordstrom.com) for 20 minutes to create the natural air-dried waves, and spritzed Moroccanoil's Dry Texture Spray ($28; nordstrom.com) allover and worked it through with his fingers when her strands were dry.
Millie Bobby Brown
The Stranger Things star brought one of your favorite early 2000s hairstyles to the red carpet. She wore her hair twisted up in not one, but two space buns. Brown gave the retro hairstyle a chic twist by braiding each bun and wrapping a black ribbon around its base.
Moore’s stylist Ashley Streicher created the This Is Us star’s side-swept waves by drying her hair in sections using Dyson’s Supersonic Hair Dryer ($399; sephora.com) starting at the top and round brushing them up for extra volume, and set them in Velcro rollers for 20 minutes. She brushed and back combed them out and sprayed Garnier’s Full Control Hairspray ($3; target.com) for hold. Stretcher finished by pinning a few pieces back behind the ear, then brushing them below the bobby pins for a ‘70s vibe.
A buzz cut is one of the toughest hairstyles to grow out—unless your Kate Hudson. The actress' gave the layers of her now pixie length a tousled, piece-y texture.
From the front, Berry's hairstyle might look like the average high pony, but from the back you'll see that it's actually dividing into two tails: one at her crown, and the other at the nape of her neck.
Shiny, retro waves are always in style on a red carpet. Witherspoon channeled Old Hollywood by brushing her hair into a deep side part and styling her hair in loose waves with the curling iron pointed away from her face. Her stylist Lona Vigi used Dyson's Supersonic Hair Dryer ($399; sephora.com) and a round brush to dy her hair in sections for volume and lift.
Munn's simple and sleek blowout shows off her subtle caramel ribbon highlights. For extra shine, the actress' stylist Chad Wood ran Hair Rituel by Sisley Precious Hair Care Oil, a product from Sisley Paris' new haircare line on the ends of her hair.
We're feeling Dern's loose, low ponytail. The Big Little Lies star pulled her hair back into a ponytail at the nape of her neck and weaved black rope around it about halfway down. Textured face-framing tendrils were left out on both sides to complete the effortless vibe of the look. Dern's stylist Ryan Trygstad applied Dove's Absolute Curls Supreme Crème Serum ($6; target.com) to the ends of her hair so they were piecey and sharp.