Vamp Up Your Style – Prepare for Breaking Dawn Part I

By: Becky Berowski

Edward and Bella

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“O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?”

We’ve all been bitten by love, but it wasn’t until we saw Edward kiss Bella for the first time that we experienced the pain of Romeo and Juliet all over again, only this time with some vamped up sex appeal.

Even if you aren’t a Twilight saga fan, you have to admit there is something seductive about the luminous locks, fresh faced glow and dark lips common to the Cullen clan.

“Did my heart love till now?”

No need to be bitten to attain this haunting beauty, just visit TwilightBEAUTY.com.  Luckily, with all of the choices, especially from the Luna and Volturi lines, when your mood switches you can change colors as easily as the Vamp’s eyes do.

The tempestuous love triangle between Bella, Edward and Jacob has left us all a little flushed.  To keep that stain radiant all day, try the Mortal Glow Blushing Creme in Adrenaline for a rush. For a fearless look, make your pout look delicious by using the Femme Fatale Lip Gloss in ’53 Chevy.  Filled with Shea Butter and Argon Oil, this gloss went on smooth, lasting longer than those before sunrise kisses.

If illumination is what you want, come out into the sun and try Fresh’s Twilight Freshface Glow as an ideal fine line reducing highlighter.  For the locks that rock, Shu Uemura’s Full Shimmer Treatmentwill deeply condition, giving hair a shine that’ll lure those ravishing night stalkers.

Excitement is building for the highly anticipated wedding, and we are waiting with bated breath to see if Edward will make Bella immortal.  From make-up, to nail polishes, to inspired scents, Allure and TwilightBEAUTY.com give you all the tools to be vAMPED for the next time he wants to make a move.

“But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?”

As dawn breaks, immortalize yourself with a Twilight glow.

 

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