Lifestyle Style 10 Hairdos That Turned Heads at SAGs 2012 Emma Stone, Sofia Vergara, Michelle Williams and seven other celebs earned nods for their stylish manes, wearing everything from ponies to pixies to Scarface-inspired dos By Alex Apatoff Alex Apatoff Instagram Twitter Alex Apatoff is the Executive Editor of PEOPLE Digital. She has been with the brand for more than a decade, holding various roles on the Style and Beauty team before becoming the site's Lifestyle Director to coordinate the work across the commerce, evergreen, features and marketing teams. Prior to her role at PEOPLE, Alex worked at Us Weekly (where, among other things, she oversaw the Fashion Police pages) and graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelors in Journalism. People Editorial Guidelines and Zoe Ruderman Published on January 30, 2012 02:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 10 JESSICA CHASTAIN Kevin Mazur/Wireimage Her bustier Calvin Klein Collection dress was sexy on its own, but the actress amped up the bombshell factor with Veronica Lake waves, tucked neatly behind one ear to show off 50-carat Harry Winston sparklers. 02 of 10 SOFIA VERGARA Lester Cohen/Wireimage If anyone was able to tear their eyes away from Marchesa frock, they would have seen an ultra-glam version of a soft yet polished ponytail. 03 of 10 EMMA STONE Chris Delmas To complement The Help Alexander McQueen dress, Hollywood hair pro Mara Roszak opted for an updo with a ’50s feel. She parted Emma’s mane on the side, pulled it into a mid-height ponytail, then twisted the hair into a bun and secured the look with Wella Professionals Stay Firm hair spray. 04 of 10 MICHELLE WILLIAMS Kevork Djansezian/Getty Adding some edge to her feminine Valentino gown, decided to forgo the headband in favor of a pixie with side-swept bangs. Her hairstylist Chris McMillan credits the frizz-free look to Wella Professionals Enrich Shampoo and Conditioner. 05 of 10 ROSE BYRNE Dimitrios Kambouris/Wireimage The actress told E!’s Giuliana Rancic that her hair felt very Scarface – and we think the shine-heavy, long-banged bob was perfect with her ’70s-esque Elie Saab jumpsuit. (Her blunt cut is a modification of the style she’s been rocking for months now.) 06 of 10 VIOLA DAVIS Gilbert Flores/Celebrity Photo To pick up her best actress win, the star looked ready for her close-up with a fresh, curly crop that offset the vamp factor of her Marchesa gown and Cathy Waterman drop earrings. 07 of 10 LEA MICHELE Jason Merritt/Getty The trick to a perfect down-do? Starting off with an updo! Hairstylist Mark Townsend blew out mane (using Dove Style+Care Nourishing Amplifier Mousse), then pulled it into a loose bun to achieve that subtle wave, letting it down just before the Glee star hit the red carpet. 08 of 10 SHAILENE WOODLEY Kevin Mazur/Wireimage Like , the presenter and nominee also wore a side-parted, low ponytail but kept things beachy (and more in tune with her Hawaiian-print dress) thanks to Wella Professionals Ocean Spritz and lots of tousling, says celeb hairstylist Campbell McAuley. 09 of 10 NAYA RIVERA Ron Wolfson/Landov “I decided to do it long, wavy and goddess-like with tons of volume and shine,” hair pro Brian Magallones says of the Glee actress’s glam waves, designed with her plunging Naeem Khan gown in mind. Using Amika Oil Treatment, Magallones put in waves with an Amika triple-barrel curling iron, then finger-combed with the line’s Curl Defining Cream. 10 of 10 ARIEL WINTER Jill Johnson/JPI Hair guru Aviva created a sweet and flirtatious braided down-do to complement Ariel’s Collette Dinnigan dress. After prepping the hair with Alterna Styling Tonic and Phytovolume Volumizing Spray, Aviva wrapped 1-in. sections around a 1-in. curling iron in alternate directions, then braided a side part to finish the look.