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We talked to Kristen Stewart’s New York-based red carpet makeup artist to find out how he gives her the smoky eye makeup ...
she’s known for, seen more recently at the Eclipse premieres and Late Show with David Letterman interview. Watch how a celebrity makeup artist transforms Bella Swan into Joan Jett!
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How to Get the Look: Kristen Stewart Smoky Eye Makeup
Zelana: Kristen Stewart’s make up artist Beau Nelson gives us his secret on how to get her signature smoky eye.
Beau Nelson: I like to switch off the looks all time like we do on Kristen but generally she needs more glow the smoky eye. A lot of looks we have done to her had been smoky eye, nude lip and that’s kind of fashion for her style.
Zelana: What products do use to achieve that look?
Beau Nelson: Whenever I do smoky eye on Kristen and even when we are doing clean look, Kristen always loves a black liner on the inner rim of her eye. Whenever I am doing a smoky eye on anybody I often start with a cream eye shadow sort of map out where I want that smoky eye to be, just because the cream is a little bit more manipulatable than a powder. And then you can set it with powder afterwards to create that depth.
Powder eye shadows I use as well and it’s really important to use a soft fluffy brush with those to really create that graduation. When I am doing smoky eye I often use three colors in the same family. So if I am doing a black smoky eye, I often use a mid tone gray and a darker gray so it graduated nicely and they can look completely—.
Zelana: Thank you so much for chatting with us Beau.
Beau Nelson: Thank you so much for having me on Bellatv, it was great.