Sharon Martin, head makeup artist for Snow White and the Huntsman, had little time to do touch-ups on set. And even though cheek stains are known for being long-lasting to begin with, Martin knew she had to make actress Kristen Stewart's flushed-from-within glow last and last. To do this, she applied Benefit's The Porefessional ($29) as a base. Not only did this simple step make Kristen's stain virtually budge-proof, but it also helped her makeup withstand some of the more action-intensive scenes. As for that "lips red as blood and hair black as ebony" thing, all that takes is a trip to the makeup aisle and hair salon, respectively.
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