Meet Hollywood's hottest hair and make-up pros as they pose alongside Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristen Stewart and Drew Barrymore
23:05 GMT, 15 November 2012
Kristen Stewart has revealed that she
will always have a place in her heart for one man – her hairstylist,
who she credits with creating her 'undone' style.
Describing Adir Abergel to The Hollywood Reporter for its annual beauty issue, the Twilight star said: 'We've known each other forever. Adir pretty much, I mean, he kind of owns my hair.'
The pair, who met on a photo shoot eight years ago, were photographed together at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills for the special magazine spread.
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Secret weapon: Kristen Stewart and hairstylist Adir Abergel photographed at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills
Recalling the time they first met, Abergel,
who started his career as a ballet dancer, said: 'I fell in love with
her immediately and was inspired by how passionate she was at such a
At the May 29, Los Angeles, screening of Snow White and the Huntsman he was tasked with giving Stewart an updo 'with a twist'.
22-year-old actress said: 'I was never OK having a ‘do’ – I always
wanted my hair to look like it fell perfectly, but not perfect.'
get the right look, Abergel created volume and texture at the roots
before twisting sections of hair into knots and braids to give an
Strong friendship: Hairstylist Jenny Cho and Amanda Seyfried at the Milk Studios in New York
Brunette beauties: Drew Barrymore and hair colorist Tracey Cunningham, in Los Angeles
'I wanted to give a punk edge, but still keep softness like an old-school Victorian updo,' he explained.
Other leading ladies to appear alongside their stylists in the Hollywood Reporter beauty edition include Drew Barrymore, Sarah Jessica Parker, Amanda Seyfried, Dianna Agron and Jessica Pare.
all of the women are blessed with good looks, they admit that their make-up, hair and wardrobe stylists play an
important role in their lives.
Talking about her makeup artist, Georgie Eisdell, Glee star Dianna Agron, 26, said: 'I learned a lot of tips from Georgie: angle up, no sad eyes.
'I’ll stay up extra late, not on purpose, but because I know she can work absolute wonders.'
Winning team: Makeup artist Georgie Eisdell and Glee star Dianna Agron at the Milk Studios in Los Angeles
Finishing touches: Hairstylist David Danon, Mad Men's Jessica Pare and head makeup artist Lana Horochowski at the LA Center studios in Los Angeles
While Amanda Seyfried described her hairstylist, Jenny Cho, as a 'friend'.
blonde actress, 27, who is also the face of beauty brand Cle de Peau,
said: 'Jenny is the only person who cuts my hair. It’s more easily
styled because she’s given it a very specific cut.
'It’s nice that I can count on her not only as a hairstylist but as a friend. I know my hair is always going to look beautiful.'
Relationship of trust: Sarah Jessica Parker and makeup artist Leslie Lopez
Cho added in response: 'I feel like I’ve known Amanda forever. I know what she loves for breakfast. She loves her porridge.'
The working relationship between Sarah Jessica Parker, 47, and makeup artist Leslie Lopez is also built on trust.
duo started working together eight years ago, at the time when Parker
was playing Carrie Bradshaw in HBO's hit series Sex and the City.
Lopez said that the actress is 'not only a client,
she’s someone I care for. She’s down
to earth, fun and compassionate.'
Some of the top style makers can command up to $6,000 per red-carpet event and many can earn extra from launching their own beauty lines or endorsing products.
Barrymore's A-list hair colorist, Tracey Cunningham, who gave her an
edgy ombre makeover in February, is said to be in talks about developing
her own range of cosmetics for Wal-Mart. She is opening a salon in
Beverly Hills this winter.
While stylists help get stars ready for the red carpet, they are also key in creating looks for the camera.
Pare, who plays Mad Men's sultry Megan Draper, explained: 'It’s such a
great period, and the hair and makeup are an important part of how I