Joan Jett and Kristen Stewart's Runaway Hair and Makeup
If there was ever a need to go out and purchase a BFF necklace it would be for Joan Jett and Kristen Stewart. These two were clearly meant for each other. They both do brooding oh so well, not to mention have matching attitudes that make us nervous and jealous we can't pull off the same "dont mess with us" look.
Kicking off the premiere of The Runaways, both Kristen and Joan had envy-worthy looks. Starting with the original "Cherry Bomb" herself, Joan Jett rocked an uber edgy smoky eye while Kristen's hair was chic and frankly, not a mullet, which we were big fans of.
Make Up Forever Alliance member James Vincent helped Joan get her smoky eye for the premiere. "The eyes are Joan's most famous feature and she knows exactly what she wants to do to draw attention but still keep the look modern and fashionable," says Vincent. Start with Make Up For Ever Eye Shadow #35 from brow to lash to create the perfect base. Next, sweep Make Up For Ever Diamond Powder #11 gets across the brow bone for a beautiful highlight, and Make Up For Ever Eye Shadow #13 to bring depth to the crease. Use the same shadow to line the top and bottom lashes for soft diffusion of the liner, which gives depth and drama and keeps the hard-edged liner look smoky and sexy. Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes #0L is the perfect black pencil to apply inside the eye and along the top and bottom lash lines. Then, apply a bit of Aqua Eyes #2L to add a rich, brown warmth to the look and keep it from looking hard and typical. Smudge the pencil and set with Make Up For Ever Eye Shadow #139 for even more smokiness that works for every occasion. Top off the look with Make Up For Ever Smoky Lash Mascara. "Put the lash curler down and let the lashes stay straight and spiky for rock chick realness," James said.
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Frederic Fekkai's Adir Abergel styled Kristen's tresses, which were inspired by a side swept bang with a modern French twist. Abergel started by applying Fekkai Full Blown Volume Lifting Hairspray to roots before blow-drying the hair with his fingers. He then took a 1" curling iron and barreled curled all the hair back pinning it in place. Next, he sprayed some Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray and let the pin curls set. After taking the pins out, he pulled the hair into a French twist leaving the bangs out. He created a side part and hand brushed the bangs. To secure the look, he sprayed Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray and Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Sheer Shine Mist for great shine.