And in honor of the film's release, we managed to snag some behind-the-scenes makeup tips from Norma Hill Patton, the lead makeup artist for the movie.
If you're going to commit to an authentic Cullen-coven otherwordly look, pale skin is a must. "The most important thing is to get the skin color and texture right," Patton told StyleList. "Pale makeup tends to flatten the features so I also contoured their faces."
Her foundations of choice for Edward/Robert Pattinson are MAC NC15 with MAC Face and Body in White on top, and then she added a lip balm with just a hint of color.
Dakota Fanning as the evil Volturi vampire Jane really vamps it up with her wicked black eye makeup. If you want to goth out (or at least get a jump on next year's Halloween costume), Patton used DuWop Grey Eyes Palette and MAC Eye Shadow in Carbon for definition, MAC Eye Kohl Pencil in Black on the inner rims, and DuWop Venom Mascara in Black. "I also helped the eyes pop with individual black eyelashes," she said.
If you're in the Toronto area you can see Patton in action on November 22 at the International Makeup Artist Trade Show. She'll be dishing behind-the-scenes gossip and she might even give you a "Jane" makeover!
Or you can practice your own bloodthirsty looks at home -- Twilight Beauty's Luna collection is now available at Nordstrom. Also check out the limited edition New Moon Venom launching this weekend!