I love adorable America Ferrera. She definitely exudes a refreshing confidence in her self and shape that is too often missing in young Hollywood these days. And even though she's not showing her freckles this time, she looks young and sophisticated... nothing like her "Ugly" alter-ego. Vote on all of the SAG looks here.
I have to say that Miss Sophia Bush has been looking quite lovely ever since she kicked that jerk Chad to the curb. Tonight is no exception. With her pretty, girly makeup and sophisticated updo, she's looking exceptionally mature and put together — every bit like the gorgeous 25-year old she is. Do you like this look on her? Vote on all of the SAG looks here.
At first glance, it seems like Jamie-Lynn Sigler has gone for a close, cropped cut. No dice, though; it's just an updo with tiny face-framing fringe. It's a little tough to see here, but she has some great false lashes on — they're long, but not dense. I'm not sure what to think of this hairstyle. I'd almost like it more if it were a pixie cut, but with this kind of updo, a few tendrils might have softened the look. What do you think?
Teri Hatcher sure looks happy to be at the SAG Awards! Her lip color doesn't do much for me, but her hair is pretty and simple, and I always like a good cat-eye. What do you think of this playing-it-safe (but still well-done) look?
This look on Marcia Cross is a welcome departure from her usually severely-styled character, Bree, on Desperate Housewives. Plus, I love it when redheads wear complementary jewel tones—it makes their hair really stand out. Here, Marcia lets her hair and dress do the talking by keeping her makeup fresh and subtle. What do you think of the combination?
When you have beautiful, multi-tonal blonde hair like Rebecca Romijn does, you can pretty much do anything with it and look fabulous. (Exhibit A: This wavy updo.) I like her brows, love her lips, and think it's clear that she's one of the happiest women at the SAG Awards. Do you like her look?