how to copy Kristen's eye make up in this photo?

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  1. Wow... her eye makeup does really look cooL! :biggrin: I think she used a bit of goldy-yellow on the inner corners of her eyes as well as silver...

    I'm pretty bad with eye make up actually... one time I tried green and pink together and I went grocery shopping... the shop owner told me I look like a peacock! lol!
  2. It looks like she used a deep blue or black on the outside of her lid and then brought it down into the outside third of her bottom lid.
  3. ^ ITA. I also see thin black liner on the top, and a fleshy, orangey color above the crease. And a silver white on the inner 1/3 top and bottom.
  4. I think this tutorial on youtube looks like Kristens makeup alot. I would just add a brighter more glittery silver on the inner half of the lid, and not so much black on the outer corner as the girl in this tutorial uses. But I think this tutorial will help!
  5. pretty.
  6. there is an official product breakdown by her MA:

    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).
  7. I love how they used "Twilight" for her eyes. :smile:

    Gotta put that on the wishlist now...
  8. ^ Me too! :nuts:

    I'm not a fan of blues, but I can deal with black, silver and navy. I wonder if this look would be as pretty on a brown eyed girl? :shrugs:
  9. Lots of Dior makeup! it looks really nice
  10. ^^Claire, I cannot find that palette available anywhere! It's sold out at Sephora...the only ones I found are on eBay for like $75.
  11. wow I didn't know this existed, thanks a LOT!

    I didn't like her makeup in the movie at all but loved her look for the premiere!
  12. If anyone does like her makeup in the movie (I like the natural look), they used M.A.C. makeup artists:

    Q: What was the process for creating the various characters’ looks?
    A: Katherine Hardwicke, the director, and I have previously worked together on a movie called Lords of Dogtown, so we know each other very well. I began by preparing sketches of my vision, keeping in mind the descriptions Stephanie Myers (Twilight’s Author) set forth in the books.

    Bella’s (Kristen Stewart’s character) description in the novel is very pale and extremely beautiful with large chocolate brown eyes, so she wore colored lenses every day. I also pictured her as a natural beauty, which is exactly what Kristen is. I used a light hand while applying all neutral colors to make her look as though she had no makeup on.

    Edward’s (Robert Pattinson’s character) description in the novel is impossibly handsome almost god-like. His skin is marble-pale, hard as stone and ice cold, but perfect and flawless. Edwards’ eyes are described as topaz colored when he is normal and black like onyx, when hungry.

    Q: Were there any changes to the looks of the characters that weren’t planned?
    A: At the beginning, Katherine Hardwicke visualized Edward with long hair, yet after studying his face and jaw line in the makeup test, the decision was made to go with short hair to accentuate his amazing jaw line.

    Q: What was the overall look of the makeup in this movie?
    A: All the vampires had to be pale, but I didn’t want them to look to ghoulish, somewhere between Sweeney Todd and Interview with the Vampire. The choice was made for a denser, more opaque look for the supporting vampires and a lighter look for the leading man.

    The challenge was they still had to look beautiful and handsome. The key was striking the delicate shading balance. We had two weeks of makeup test. This is the time for a makeup artist to unleash their imagination.

    During the testing Katherine let me know when I was on the mark. Katherine has a fabulous eye for detail and everything I did had to be approved by her.

    Q: Were there any other challenges you encountered while working on location in Portland, Oregon?
    A: The rain was a huge challenge. We were outside, and it rained the entire time we were there. Most of the shots were exterior; trying to fix makeup in the rain with wet faces and wet brushes was difficult. In the end, I must say I loved working on this movie, it challenge my creativity as never before. The cast was such a great group of talented young actors.

    Q: What were your non-makeup related responsibilities in terms of creating this look?
    A: Another one of my jobs was too find a contact lens specialist. So I called upon the expertise of Cristina Patterson Ceret FX lens/painter from Professional VisionCare.

    Q: What M·A·C products did you use on the film Twilight?
    A: The M.A.C products I used on this film were eye shadows and powder for our principles. We had several other characters and day players I used M.A.C. foundations, lipsticks and blushes.

    Q: How long have you used M·A·C products?
    A: In 30 years as a makeup artist in my career and over 50 movies, M·A·C products have played an integral part in my work. I have probably used all of them at one time or another. I choose the cosmetics based on their skin tone and whether they are oily or dry. It also depends on how the product reacts to their particular skin type.

    M·A·C Makeup used on Bella played by Kristen Stewart

    * Blot Powder/Pressed in Light
    * Eye Shadow on Blanc Type, Flute and Wedge

    M·A·C Makeup used on Edward played by Robert Pattinson

    * Blot Powder/Pressed in Light

  13. I know, I can't find it anywhere either. I looked through my stash, and I think I can duplicate it using the POP Smoky eye palette and a few other shadows. I :heart: Dior and I've been eyeing that foundation and blush like crazy lately, so I ordered the foundation, lippies and blush listed. I am such a dork! :shame: