Kristen Stewart typically wears dramatic makeup with a rocker edge when she appears out on the town, but her famous alter-ego, Bella Swan, is much more of a girl-next-door.
In order to give the pretty actress an innocent and fresh-faced look for the third film, makeup artist Robin Mathews employed a few techniques that any women could implement.
To make Stewart look warm and alive next to the pale-faced vamps who populate the story, Mathews used products with warm undertones, according to Allure magazine.
"Because her skin is so fair, I applied a foundation that was half a shade warmer," he told the publication. He topped the look off with a shimmery bronzing powder.
And, because most of Stewart's eyebrows had been tweezed off for The Runaways, Mathews also applied false brows to the starlet every morning before shooting.
Women who work hard to create a natural look will likely enjoy the smooth application of tubing mascara, which forms a neat seal around lashes and won't smudge, clump or smear.
Blinc eyebrow mousse is water-resistant and will allow for impeccable-looking brows