Earlier, I gave you the straight-from-the-set scoop on makeup colors used on the actress during the filming of the movie. Now, I've got the lowdown on Stewart's red carpet look from last night. For the details, read more.
Makeup artist Monika Blunder, who used Dior products, wanted all the attention focused on Stewart's eyes. "The look I was going for was 'rock 'n' roll chic'," Blunder said. Cue up the Vampire Weekend and get started with these tips:
- Complexion: Blunder applied Dior Airflash Spray Makeup ($60) with a thick foundation brush for a lighter, more natural finish.
- Eyes: Blunder used Dior Waterproof Crayon Eyeliner in Trinidad Black ($23) on Stewart's top and bottom lash lines. She then smudged the pencil up into the crease to add definition. Next, she applied Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Twilight ($54), using the blue shade on the lower crease and the lighter grey shade in the inner v. If you are unable to find Twilight, try Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Night Dust ($54). To finish off, she curled the lashes and applied three coats of mascara.
- Cheeks: For a pretty soft pink color, DiorBlush in A Touch of Blush, #829 ($38) was swept on Stewart's cheeks. "I love this blush because it has two functions, one to add color and second to add glow," said Blunder.
- Lips: For a light, rosy gloss like Stewart wears, Dior recommends Dior Addict High Shine Lipstick in Beige-a-Porter, #324 ($25) — topped off with Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss Reflect in Beige Velvet, #127 ($24.50).