Make Up Fridays


Welcome to another Make Up Friday! Today @kstewemmakeup will be showing you how to recreate Kristen's look from the NYC Cinema Society Screening of New Moon. If you haven't already, take a look at the previous post for Kristen's first set picture as MaryLou! Also the lovely Tom Sturridge has joined the 'On the Road' cast and Mr Pattinson has been snapped visiting the pair up in Canada. It's been a wonderful week in terms of news so here's hoping next week brings us the same.

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As always a big thank you to @kstewemmakeup for filming these tutorials for you guys and this blog. She has a fashion blog for the lovely Emma Watson you can check out here:

NOTE: For tutorials you do not need the exact make up @kstewemmakeup uses, similar colours from any brand you feel comfortable using will do.

Before I begin with the tutorial itself, if anyone has any requests or suggestions for tutorials for next week I will be happy to take them as Kristen sightings are a little thin on the ground at the minute! Thanks!

*NOTE: If you have tan to darker skin tones skip out on the eyeshadow's and just go straight for the eyeliner*

Avon Ideal Shade Foundation Ivory
L'Oreal Mineral Foundation 01 Translucent (used as a powder)
Bourjois Blush 03
Urban Decay Shadow Primer Potion
Maxfactor Earth Spirits Pale Pebble 101
Urban Decay Sin
Urban Decay Cream eyeliner Zero (black)
Avon Glimmerstick Brow Definer Dark Brown
Miss Sporty Clear Mascara
Avon Supershock Mascara
Rimmel London Stay Glossy 120 Non-Stop Glamour

Apply foundation as normal. Make sure you have good coverage without any lines. Make sure you blend well especially at the jaw and hair lines. Then apply a powder paying special attention to your chin and t-zone. Then apply a medium to dark bronzer to you cheekbones and jaw line. (More so on the cheekbones).

After applying the primer apply a light or pale shadow to the entire eyelid (right up to the brow) and on the lower lid. Next apply a light or burnt brown colour to the socket. Light spread the colour above the crease. This should give subtle definition.

Next you will begin to apply the eyeliner i would advise using a cream eyeliner and a liner brush as these are really thin and makes it easier for you to work. However, an angled brush would be fine also. Apply the liner to the main part of your top eyelid gradually building it up to a thick line. Then apply a thin line to the lower lid and smudge a little. Then apply the liner to the inner corners lightly. Then you can work on the flick. Don't make it too exaggerated.

If your happy with that you can move on to brows. First brush out your brows and apply colour where needed to fill in the bits of your brows where you're not happy with the consistency. Then apply a clear mascara over them. nothing too special with this it just keeps the hairs in place all day.

Next apply mascara and a nude/pale pink lip gloss and you're done with the look!

Hope you enjoyed it!


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