Steal Bella's Hair and Makeup Looks in Time for the "Twilight" Premiere

We're complete nerds. Case in point: "Twilight's Breaking Dawn" has us all kinds of giddy. (It premieres November 18th, FYI.) Among our many Twilight topics of discussion are: Bella's wedding dress, the creepy love triangle, and killer vampire babies. But the most important topic -- c'mon we're also beauty editors -- is Bella's hair and makeup. So, we did some major sleuthing and found how to recreate her look.

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To get Bella's soft, natural looking waves, we turned to Beatrice De Alba, lead hairstylist on "Breaking Dawn." Here's how to get the look:

1. Apply heat protectant cream to damp hair. Try Nexxus Thermal Volume Volumizing Heat Protection Mousse, $10.99.) Rake fingers through hair to spread the product.
2. Using a large, vented brush, blow dry hair. Once the hair is dry, section it off into 2" pieces.
3. Take a 1 1/4" inch curling iron and run iron straight down the shaft of the hair.
4. Start at the bottom and curl hair up, making sure to include the tips of the hair in the curl. Hold iron on hair for 5 to 10 seconds.
7. When you move to the hair at the front of the face, angle the iron so the curls turn inward and frame the face.
8. Once all hair is curled, lean forward and shake curls out. Mist entire look with hairspray.

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As for Bella's makeup, here's what we found out:

According to Jeanne Van Phue, makeup department head, MAC products were mainly used for Bella's look. To achieve Bella's skin tone, Phue used Blot Powder Pressed in Light. "I used a light hand while applying all neutral colors to make her look as though she had no makeup on," she said. And for Bella's very natural eyes, Phue combined the following MAC eyeshadows: Blanc Type, Flute, and Wedge.

Now, confess: Are you just as wild about "Breaking Dawn" as we are? And would you try this Twilight-inspired look? Leave your comments below.

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