I’ve spent more time than I ever expected looking at Kristen Stewart red-carpet photos. I blame celeb makeup artist Mai Quy, a pro whose client list includes Ginnifer Goodwin, Penelope Cruz and Emma Stone. Mai was responsible for KStew’s TIFF 2012 glow at the premiere of On the Road (yes, I’ve got the details).
I’ve never seen the young actress look more beautiful, nor more… grown up. Could be that she’s lost some weight — her face is more angular, as you can see in the opening image. Or maybe it’s her perfectly grown-in brows. Or it could be Mai’s deft artistry with a look any age can wear. We’ve not seen Kristen in makeup quite like this before. A gallery:
See? Kristen is more often smoky-eyed, with the exception of her Cosmopolis-premiere makeup. And yep, the last three shots, from the On the Road premiere, showcase her best brows.
Mai used mark. to do Kristen’s TIFF 2012 makeup. And note the eye shadow application, which is very much like this one I called out last week (it’s like learning a new word — suddenly you see/hear it everywhere).
mark. Min-A-Real Cream-to-Powder Foundation ($20) in Light #4
mark. Good Riddance Hook-Up Concealer ($8) in Light/Medium under eyes and around the base of the nose
mark. Just Pinched Instant Blush Tint ($7) in Cheeky
mark. Matte-nificent Oil-Absorbing Powder ($10) in Light all over the face to set makeup
mark. Keep It Going Longwear Eye Liner and Shadow ($12) in Naturalist — just the neutral shade — from lash line to crease and along the lower lash line
mark. I-mark Wet/Dry Eye Shadow ($7) in Chenille blended onto lid, into the crease, and smudged into lower lash line
mark. Lash Act Build and Define Mascara ($12) in Blackest Black on upper lashes (two coats)
mark. Make It Rich Lip Crayon ($14) in Peony.
I’m a tad obsessed with Kristen’s hair, too — click here for more on KStew’s TIFF 2012 â€™do.
What do you think of Kristen’s TIFF 2012 makeup? Which of her recent red-carpet faces is your favourite?
In Canada, mark. makeup is available via avon.ca.