Beauty Scoop: Get Kristen Stewart's Hair and Makeup From Her February Vogue Cover!

Fri, January 21, 2011 5:24pm EST by 1 Comment

You KNOW you want to steal her gorgeous hair and makeup. Here are all the products to get the look!

Vogue magazines are flying off newsstands left and right and you know why: Kristen Stewart is on the cover, looking impossibly pretty. This is a perfect and flawless look for you, Twihards and beauty fans, so I went straight to the experts to find out EXACTLY what products were used on the shoot. Read on to get Kristen’s stunning cover look!

Kristen’s makeup was achieved using all Estee Lauder products. You can check them out in the gallery below. I live for these products: the formulas are easy on the skin, the colors are beautiful and the makeup stays put when you apply it. Be sure to check out that limited edition Wild Blossom lip color before it’s gone, HL fans. It’s gorgeous in person.

As far as her hair goes, none other than celebrity hairstylist (and industry legend) Oribe worked on the actress’ lovely locks. How did he get the look?

  1. Spray the hair, section by section, with Oribe Volumista Mist for Volume. This plumping mist swells the hair shaft and leaves it feeling thicker with great texture and hold. Blow-dry with a round brush for added body and movement.
  2. Mist Oribe Soft Lacquer Heat Styling Spray on the hair, spraying one section at a time. The high-sheen, light-hold styling spray prevents frizz and locks in softness and shine for an intense polish. Use a large 1.5 inch barrel curling iron to curl the whole head.
  3. Brush out the curls to keep the style looking natural but bodiful.
  4. To set the look, finish with a mist of the Oribe Superfine Hair Spray to keep the style in place. Superfine Hair Spray delivers medium hold and an ultra-dry finish that won’t dampen or dull smooth styles.

What do you think? Will YOU try replicating Kristen’s Vogue cover look? Vote now!


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Posted at 8:22 PM on January 22, 2011  

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