Get The Look: Nikki Reed’s Makeup At The ‘Breaking Dawn’ Premiere


Newlywed Nikki Reed looked gorgeous at the Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1 premiere. Makeup is courtesy of celebrity makeup artist Fiona Stiles. Read on for how to get the look.


Said Fiona, “Nikki’s dress had a bit of a Grecian feel so we went for a clean, elegant look. Too much color would feel over the top. I focused on luminous skin that felt effortless, with a subtle hint of color on the eyes.”

The Look, Straight From Fiona: 
For the skin I prepped with Yonka’s moisturizer and then mixed Tom Ford Beauty Traceless Foundation in “Natural” with a little Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint in Golden so that her skin would have a soft, luminous glow. I always use the Beauty Blender to blend out the foundation.  I can’t work without it, it blends makeup so well.  For the cheeks I used a touch of Inglot cream blush in #83 for a little soft warmth, applying out with my fingers and blending it out with a brush, and Benefit “Sun Beam” highlighter on the cheekbones and bridge of the nose for a pretty sheen. I set the base and blush with a light dusting of COVERGIRL Professional Loose Powder  in Translucent Medium.

For the eyes I used COVERGIRL Smoky ShadowBlast  (the Lavender side of Silver Sky) on the lid and a bit under the lower lashes with a bit of the bronze side of the Smoky ShadowBlast in Bronze Fire. I applied it with a brush to keep the lines soft and undefined. I popped a bit of the gold Sun Beam highlighter over the cream shadow to add extra luminosity. Afterwards I gave the lashes a good squeeze with an eyelash curler and put three coats of COVERGIRL LashBlast Volume  mascara in Black on the top and two on the bottom.

On the lips I used COVERGIRL Wetslicks Amazemint Lipgloss in  Slaphappy over  COVERGIRL LipPerfection Lipliner in Sublime

I think she looks lovely–and you know I vastly prefer her brunette hair. What do you think of Nikki Reed’s look at the Breaking Dawn premiere?

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