How Does Kristen Stewart Get That Grunge Beauty? By Never Washing Off Her Eyeliner

08 February 2014 by

Kristen says she doesn't wear a lot of make-up (Getty)

If, like us, you spend a considerable amount of time ogling over Kristen Stewart’s repertoire of red-carpet beauty looks, then the following news may just burst your precious beauty bubble. In a recent interview, the low-key starlet admitted that her impressive red-carpet looks (think smoky eyes, perfectly contoured skin, luminescent cheekbones... you get the picture) are all down to the hard-work of a dedicated team of stylists.

Off-duty, it seems, K-Stew likes to keep things simple. The Twilight actress told German Vogue, “I never wear a lot of make-up. That was never someting I liked. But black eyeliner is always in my bag.” And that's not all. "I like the messy look," she continued. "I always wash my face before I go to bed, but I never clean around my eyes and that looks great in the morning."

Now us Beauty Girls can't condone leaving on your makeup EVER but we're quite fascinated to hear a build up of black liner is how Kristen nails that grunge look she's famous for, despite it being quite ewww. May we recommend just giving your eyeliner a little smudge in the morning rather than leaving it on over night, K-Stew?

Kristen wants a "total boy" cut (Rex)

There's been several beauty revelations from the starlet in recent weeks. Just last week, Stewart admitted that she's itching to get rid of her long hair. “If I wasn’t an actor, I would definitely do things to my hair. I would cut it more, I would dye it more. At some point, I want to do a total boy cut… not a pretty girly version," she said. "I really like extremes." Clearly! You've got to admire that fuss-free approach.

Tempted to make like K-Stew and embrace your inner glow? Click through our gallery and check out the top 20 bare-faced beauty looks from the SS14 catwalks…


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