Get Julia Jones' Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 Hair and Makeup Look!

Celebrity Beauty Nov. 16, 2011 AT 5:30PM
Get Julia Jones' Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 Hair and Makeup Look! Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Who isn't mildly obsessed with all things Twilight at the moment? I can't wait to see Breaking Dawn - Part 1! I loved all the young stars looks on the red carpet at Monday's L.A. premiere, but a standout was Julia Jones, who plays Leah Clearwater in the series. She looked fresh and natural and a bit sexy to boot. Her glam squad let me in on their hair and makeup plan.

"With Julia wearing such a soft, flowing gown, we tried to keep the look angelic," her makeup artist, Adam Breuchaud, tells Us Weekly. He played up Jones' eyes with golden brown shades instead of cooler blacks, which can "get too heavy," he says.

For added drama, he smoked out the corner of the eyes with black liner. To contour her features, he used a matte cream bronzer. He then finished the look with a warm sunset toned blush and lip color to define Jones' natural beauty.

For her shiny waves, hairstylist Cervando Maldonado wanted the hair to be "clean and modern and natural," he tells Us. First, he distributed Rose Veil Oil through wet hair to calm frizz, then he blow dried with a round brush. He clipped each section in pin curls and let the hair set for 10 minutes to create volume and shine. To add a bit more wave, he curled sections on a 1.5-inch curling iron, then wrapped a touch of texturizing paste through. He used a spritz of hairspray and her mane was complete!

GET JULIA'S LOOK:

Dior 5-Colour Designer All-in-One Artistry Palette in Amber Design, $59

Chanel Bronze Universal, $48

Smashbox Blush Rush in Gingersnap, $24

Smashbox Photo Finish Lipstick in Delightful, $22

Rose Veil Hair Serum, $45

Phyto Matte Texturizing Paste, $15

L'Oreal Elnett Extra Hold Hair Spray, $13

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