Kristen Stewart Behind the Cover: Beauty
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Interview | Behind the Cover: Fashion
By Joy Hernon
HAIR: Hairstylist Adir Abergel gave Stewart's hair subtle body by applying a volumizer to the roots before blowdrying, then added a lightweight oil to the ends for a more deconstructed feel. With the juxtaposition of texture and a blunt cut he gave Stewart that morning, Abergel was able to keep the look modern and fresh. MAKEUP: For Stewart's au naturel look, makeup artist Jillian Dempsey started by dabbing on concealer to polish skin and focused on creating a strong brow by using upward strokes with a chocolate pencil. "Because of the symmetry of Kristen's face, she can handle more intensity around her eyes," Dempsey says. NAILS: Manicurist Kimmie Kyees kept nails clean by buffing and applying a sheer pink hue.
1/2. ARCHING ORDERS: Makeup artist Jillian Dempsey emphasized Stewart's brows with a cocoa pencil.
3. SCENT OF A WOMAN: Stewart is the face of Balenciaga's latest fragrance. Balenciaga, Rosabotanica Eau de Parfum, $100; neimanmarcus.com.
4. The palette Dempsey used on the cover shoot.
5. MOUSSE OF THE MOMENT: Nina Garcia snapped this pic of the Japanese volumizer Abergel used on set
"The hair is a combination of luxe and a light bit of grit, like Bianca Jagger's brushed-out waves mixed with a Nirvana punk-rock-vibe." Hairstylist Adir Abergel