Dakota Fanning’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Red Carpet Look

By the time some of you true Twihards out there read this, you’ll have already seen the highly-anticipated final flick in the Twilight series. And, if you’ve been paying attention to all of the hoopla surrounding the release of this film, then you probably know that the lovely Dakota Fanning showed up at the premiere as a brunette. What do you think of her new hair color?

I think it definitely adds a level of sophistication to her look. And, the makeup she sported was the perfect complement to her new hue. One of my in-the-know friends gave me scoop how to copy her look. Here’s the breakdown:

Skin

Dermalogica Age Smart SkinPerfect Primer SPF 30, $48. (Love this stuff!)

Eyes

Laura Mercier Metallic Creme Eye Colour in Burnished Copper, $22.

Make Up For Ever Aqua Smoky Lash Mascara in Black, $22.

Cheeks

Nars The Multiple in Portofino, $39.

Lips

Stila Long Wear Lip Color in Intriguing, $20.

It’s the perfect makeup look for day or night. A classic go-to.

Image: SFGate

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2 responses to “Dakota Fanning’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Red Carpet Look

  1. 1. I cannot believe how much Dakota Fanning looks like my niece India. and 2. I like her jumper thing.

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  2. My goodness, I wouldn’t even have recognized her, she looks so different! I’m not sure if I prefer the blonde just because that’s what I’m used to…or if I legitimately like it better. Time will tell I suppose. :) Thanks for posting and inspiring thought.

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