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Emma Stone, Kerry Washington and Sophia Bush all rock jewel-toned eyeshadow at the SAG Awards

by Chloe Best

While sequins and metallics dominated the SAG Awards red carpet, we spied another prominent beauty trend on many of the A-List attendees - jewel-toned eye make-up. Stars including Emma Stone and Kerry Washington experimented with their eyeshadow to add a pop of colour to their red carpet looks.

Emma Stone opted for a muted take on the trend with a dark green eyeshadow - NARS' Eye Paint in Snake Eyes - along with a coat of black mascara and soft pink lipstick.

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Emma Stone wore a dark green Nars eyeshadow

Kerry Washington also wore darker jewel tones to complement her white embellished gown. Make-up artist Carola Gonzalez used Neutrogena Nourishing Long Wear Eyeshadow Palette in Smoky Steel to create a dramatic sapphire-toned smoky eye.

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Kerry Washington opted for a sapphire-toned smoky eye

Meanwhile Sophia Bush showcased a bold beauty look to match her fuchsia Marchesa gown. Her look was created by make-up artist Patrick Ta, who mixed Chanel Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Vibration and Rouge Profond in Sophia's eye crease, before using a lipstick in place of eyeshadow over her eyelids.

The make-up artist applied Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour in La Sensuelle over her eyelids, then completed the striking look with a swipe of purple eyeshadow on the outer corners.

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Sophia Bush tried a bold take on the trend

Another star to try the trend is Emily Blunt, who matched her topaz eyeshadow to her gorgeous Roberto Cavalli gown. Make-up artist Jenn Streicher made Emily's eyes the focus of her look by using a number of Laura Mercier products, starting by applying the brand's Second Skin Cheek Colour Blush in Rose Bloom in the crease of her eyes.

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Emily Blunt's eyeshadow complemented her Roberto Cavalli gown

Jenn followed it up by sweeping on a mauve-brown Fresco eyeshadow from the Laura Mercier Eye Art Artists Palette and a metallic cream powder eyeshadow, before completing the look with a terracotta eyeshadow, which she swept under the eyes for a more intense and dramatic finish.