The Secret Behind Twilight's Newest Vampire's Sparkle

07/23/2009 at 12:12 PM ET

Michael Angelo’s Wonderland Beauty Parlor

If you were bewitched by the otherworldly sparkle that Robert Pattinson‘s vampire Edward revealed when he stepped into the sun in the first Twilight film, get ready to be dazzled again. For the next installment in the series, New Moon, hairstylist Michael Angelo (who shot the above image of Noot for his upcoming photographic series “The Lipstick Portraits”) gave vampire Heidi, played by model Noot Seear, an uneartly coif that shimmers under daylight. Angelo reveals to that it’s simple to recreate the look at home — if you’re so inclined. His secret? Shu Uemura’s Full Shimmer collection of shampoo, conditioner and illuminating treatment. Get the full story at

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Samantha on

There is a definite LACK of sparkle. I definitely see her being a vampire, but there’s just something about her i don’t like and i can’t quite tell what it is.

Kevin on

She looks like nothing special. There is NOTHING ‘sparkling’ about her. Her hair looks so… plain too. I guess I’ll just have to prove myself wrong by seeing ‘New Moon’…

pinkisforgirlsx on

she should’ve been bella.

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