Kristen Stewart's Changing Looks
The Fierce People star experimented with loose blond locks.
The Cutlass actress matched her crimson lipstick to her auburn locks.
For the London premiere of Twilight, the smirking star played up her eyes with pewter shadow.
Stewart showed off her tousled brown locks at the Sundance Film Festival.
Stewart tried a sleek updo for the Los Angeles screening of Adventureland.
For the Teen Choice Awards, hairstylist Adir Abergel pulled her punky shag into a pinky ponytail and added pomade for a '60s rock and roll look.
The New Moon beauty was still sporting her Joan Jett chop for her latest press tour, but bore no ill will towards the rock legend she portrays in the upcoming The Runaways biopic: "She's a badass."
Stewart wore edgy cat-eye liner with her layered cut for the premiere of The Yellow Handkerchief.
With longer locks and a confident smile, Stewart promoted the latest installment of the Twilight Saga.
Stewart brought out her almond-shaped eyes with metallic shadow for the People's Choice Awards.
For the Los Angeles Film Festival, makeup artist Fiona Stiles worked creamy bronze shadow into Stewart's top lashline, blending it upwards towards the brow bone before accenting with a shimmery burgundy powder. "I dabbed it at the outer corners of the eyes and below the lower lashes to add a bit more definition," she explained. Stiles finished with-what else?-tons of black eyeliner and vampy black mascara.
For the London premiere of Snow White and the Huntsman, Stewart highlighted her eyes with silvery shadow.
For the L.A. premiere of On The Road, Stewart paired a deep oxblood lip hue with a pompadour ponytail.
For the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, Stewart completed her look with dark eye shadow and fishtail braid.
For an easy hair update, the actress incorporated two side braids to her laidback look.
The actress makes a drastic change with her short 'do.
Stewart showed off a sideswept hairstyle at the Sundance Film Festival, coating her top and bottom lashlines with black liner for maximum effect.
Stewart started 2017 with a bang—by adopting a buzzed cut and a platinum shade.