Awards-show anticipation is real — and we're not talking for obvious reasons, like inevitable snubs, triumphant victories, and shady (or extremely boring) hosts. When red-carpet season rolls around, we're at the edge of our iPhones scrolling through #TBTs, wondering which of our favorite celebrities will reveal a trendy haircut, which buzzy lipstick color we'll be stealing for our own collection, and who will top their glam from last year. But before we start predicting all the buzzy beauty moments to come for the Screen Actors Guild Awards tonight, we're taking a look back into red carpets past to fawn over some of the most award-worthy hairstyles of all time. Ahead, take a trip with us down memory lane to find some throwback looks you probably wouldn't mind showing to your stylist now. Halle Berry, 1995 Halle Berry began her reign as a SAG Award red-carpet queen when she arrived to the first-ever ceremony with her iconic '90s pixie that we — honestly — are still obsessed with to this day. Ron Galella/WireImage More Julia Roberts, 1996
In 1996, the actress wore her jet-black hair in soft Old Hollywood waves that were so good, we're kinda second-guessing our
Photo: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage. More Angelina Jolie, 1999 Speaking of highlights — we love Angelina Jolie with brunette hair, but her blonde bob circa 1999 is pretty iconic, if you ask us. Photo: Jim Smeal/WireImage. More Salma Hayek, 1999 Whoever said the lob was a “new” trend didn’t see Salma Hayek’s edgy shoulder-length cut on the 1999 red carpet. Mirek Towski/DMI/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images More Kate Hudson, 2001 Back in the day, eye-catching floral clips (as seen on Kate Hudson in 2001) were all the rage. Photo: Chris Weeks/Liaison. More Sarah Jessica Parker, 2003
When SJP wasn't rocking her signature balayage curls, she wore a side-swept platinum blonde lob that's still
on trend for winter
Photo: SGranitz/WireImage. More Sandra Oh, 2005 For the 2005 awards, Sandra Oh wore her hair in a low curly chignon that was fit for a princess — and a SAG winner. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic More Rachel McAdams, 2007 Rachel McAdams embraced Burn Book pink at the 2007 SAG's long before unicorn hair was a "thing" on Instagram. Photo: Jeff Vespa/WireImage. More Rose Byrne, 2012 Rose Byrne paired full bangs with a curled bob for a timeless look that would wow anytime, on any red carpet. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage. More Jennifer Lawrence, 2014
Jennifer Lawrence solidified her spot on our list of hair crushes when she showed up to the 2014 SAG ceremony with a side-swept shaggy
Photo: Dan MacMedan/WireImage. More Lupita Nyong'o, 2014 In 2014, the actress paired turquoise monochromatic makeup with a hightop fade that was equal parts hip-hop and high fashion. Photo: Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage. More Viola Davis, 2015 For the 2015 SAG Awards, Viola Davis stunned on the red carpet with her natural hair in a picked Afro. Photo: Lester Cohen/WireImage. More Halle Berry, 2018 At the 2018 SAG Awards, Berry continued to prove that she can do no wrong. The actress' hair was pulled into a sleek ponytail that was all business in the front, but revealed an edgy undercut when she twirled around. Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic. More Emily Blunt, 2019 Emily Blunt took home the best supporting actress honor for her performance in A Quiet Place with her hair in a center-parted bun that had diamond clips criss-crossed in the back. More Lupita Nyong'o, 2019
Lupita Nyong'o made traditional
feel extra ethereal by twisting them into a basketweave pattern and finishing them with tapered edges and beads.
More Mandy Moore, 2019 In 2019, Mandy Moore proved that a sleek, side-swept ponytail is always a red-carpet winner. The tiny pearl detail at the base of the style made it an instant classic. More Sandra Oh, 2019
Oh made a strong case for
when she walked the carpet with tousled, wavy fringe in 2019.
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