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Celebrity Beauty: Kristen Stewart's Smoldering Eyes

If you watched the People's Choice Awards and managed to draw your attention away from Kristen Stewart's gold-sequin mini and up to her face, you would have noticed her equally striking, come-hither eyes. Hollywood makeup artist Jillian Dempsey prepped Kristen for the show, creating a jewel-toned smoldering look for the starlet using Avon Glimmersticks in Emerald ($6). Edgy with a hint of glam!

Click through for one more close-up photo of Kristen's seductive eyes...

Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images North America
I'm not usually a K. Stew fan (at all,) but I have to admit that her People's Choice look was perfection. The hair, the dress, the eyes!!! Good to know what product she used, will have to try!

xx Grace
#1 Grace - Stripes & Sequins (Homepage) on 2011-01-08 13:36 (Reply)
She's adorable when she smiles! I haven't seen any of the twilight films but I loved her small role in Into the Wild as well as her much more substantial role in Adventureland. She usually rocks some intriguing eye makeup on the red carpet.
#2 sobriquet on 2011-01-08 18:28 (Reply)
I'm loving the emerald; such a warm, sexy color. Purple seems to be an emerging eyeshadow trend as well. Excited for these 2011 makeup trends.
#3 Alisa (Homepage) on 2011-01-08 23:05 (Reply)
I'm not usually a Kristen Stewart fan (onscreen, on the red carpet, or otherwise) but this was definitely a great look for her. (It looked fantastic in person, too--I was a seatfiller at the PCA's and sat behind her.) Great dress and hair, too!
#4 Shannon (Homepage) on 2011-01-11 17:42 (Reply)
I love her eye makeup. I love that the product is reasonably priced. It looks fantastic.

Unlike most people, I actually adore this girl... she seems awkward and maybe even a tad nervous at times.. I guess she reminds me of a regular girl.
#5 Janel on 2011-01-13 10:10 (Reply)
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