It's the final step in every makeup routine (and arguably the most important): lipstick. Whether subtle and understated or strikingly bold, your lip color has the power to make or break any outfit. So, go ahead and clear out some space in your cosmetic case for all the 2019 SAG Award lipsticks coming your way.
Celebrities who walk the red carpet of the year's most anticipated awards shows take their beauty looks very seriously, and the key to landing on that coveted best dressed list is, sometimes, a perfect pout.
Picking the right lipstick is often just as important as choosing the perfect shoes and jewels, especially when attending an event as big as the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Needless to say, the makeup artists behind your favorite attendees' looks certainly do not take it lightly.
Rachel Brosnahan's matte pink and Yara Shahidi's satiny nude are just a few of the hues that had viewers swooning during Sun.'s show. Many of the celebrities that graced the red carpet of the SAG Awards proved that you don't always have to go bold with your lip color to blow a beauty look absolutely out of the water.
The best lipsticks at the SAG Awards were surprisingly subtle — and you can find them all right here.
Yara Shahidi's monochromatic rose makeup matched that stunning Ralph Lauren dress-turned-jumpsuit that had everyone swooning. Makeup artist Emily Cheng used Bobbi Brown Cosmetics' "new fan-favorite Crushed Liquid Lip in Haute Cocoa all over and then, in the middle, pressed Crushed Liquid Lip in Cool Beets to create that perfect, blotted stain," a press release said.
After using a dollop of Victoria's Secret's Plump Me Up in the center for "a little extra oomph," makeup artist Jo Baker said she wanted the colors of Boynton's gown to look swirled together.
"I buffed Victoria Secret Velvet Matte Cream Liquid Lip in Love into her lip line without using lip liner, just slowly building up the tone and color using an eyeshadow brush," she said in a press release. "I wanted to leave her lips smooth and velvety with a comfortable feel."
Brosnahan's makeup artist, Lisa Aharon, said in a press release that she went for glam that matched the timeless look of the dress. "To keep the overall look current, I kept the lip pink and light," she said. "One coat of the Rouge Dior #219 Rose Montaigne and she was out the door!"
Makeup artist Patrick Ta used a triology of Chanel hues — including a pencil, a creamy lipstick, and a crayon, mostly in nudes with rouge undertones — to create Constance Wu's subtle pout, the perfect finish to her neutral beauty look.