Since buzzing and bleaching her mane in 2017, Kristen Stewart has turned all aesthetic expectations on their heads: a gamine peroxide pixie calls for a saturated rim of black liner; gelled mullets mean a pressing of burgundy eyeshadow; and baseball caps? They're practically a mandate. Likewise, a baseball cap coupled with sultry eye makeup is something of a signature for the actress.
Stewart arrived at a New York photocall for Charlie's Angels yesterday wearing a backwards hat accented by the sprays of piece-y peroxide liberated at strategic angles, the irreverent maneuver furthered by glimpses of her brunette roots. But it was the eye-level look that made the moment perfectly hers. The actress highlighted her green gaze with a graphic cat-eye, a haze of smokey, shimmering green shadow extending from lid to wing, the geometric shape mimicking her escapist strands. The result was a study in the balance of glamorous and would-be casual notes—Stewart's specialty.
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