11 Beauty Looks We Loved At The SAG Awards 2018 Coming right in the middle of awards season, the SAG Awards might not be as famous as the Golden Globes or as eagerly anticipated as the Oscars, but that's not to say that the hair and make-up on the red carpet isn't just as exciting. If anything, the ceremony's lower profile gives the stars a chance to experiment; to showcase more unusual hairstyles or bold make-up looks than they might dare to otherwise.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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