Kristen Stewart Make-Up Look For the Eclipse Screening

Kristen Stewart Eclipse Screening Makeup

Wow Kristen Stewart!! What amazing make-up. I have always loved her rock chick look and I especially loved the natural look for the wedding in Twilight. This, however really inspires me to get out my eyeshadows and recreate. Just a fantastic look by make-up artist Beau Nelson.

Heres how to get her look:

Face: She doesn’t have a heavy coverage foundation on and she looks more tan than usual, so use a foundation with a lighter coverage that is slightly darker than your natural skin colour such as Mac Face and Body Foundation.

Eyes: These are the main feature so definitely make sure you get this right. Start with a black base such as Mac Paint Pot in Blackground. Make sure you only apply this base to just below the crease and blend well but not above the crease. Next push Mac Eyeshadow in Cranberry over the top of the entire lid and also underneath the eye. Next focus Mac Eyeshadow in Black Tide in to the outer V creating a slightly winged out look. To finish the eyes apply a black pencil or gel eyeliner to the waterline top and bottom and mascara.

Cheeks: A soft blush without any pink was used on the cheeks to give a healthy look but ensure that all emphasis was on those amazing eyes. Try Harmony blusher From Mac.

Lips: Beau Nelson used Beaute Lipgloss in the colour Wanted to create a natural my lips but better colour.

And that is the Kristen Stewart look. Hope you liked it!!


One response to “Kristen Stewart Make-Up Look For the Eclipse Screening

  1. Thanks – great description of what was used and how to recreate the look!

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