There’s no denying that Kim Kardashian‘s make-up is always totally flawless.
Over the past few years, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians lady has become the queen of contouring, flawless skin, strobing and nude lips.
But Kim has someone pretty special to thank for her beauty looks – her make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic.
Mario, 33, met the pregnant mum-of-one when he was booked for a shoot with American magazine Social Life. The cover star was (you guessed it) Kim.
Now they’ve been working together for a number of years.
She reportedly spends over £1,000 a week on beauty products and treatments and he even did her make-up for her wedding to Kanye West. Impressive.
‘Over the years, I’ve come to know what Kim likes and what works best for her face. I think what really helps is that she lets me create the look I want and be an artist,’ Mario tells The Telegraph.
‘She has complete trust in me and, after all these years, her face still inspires me as it did when we first met.’
So what does Kim ask for when she’s sitting in Mario’s make-up chair?
It’s no surprise that the 34-year-old always incorporates contouring in some way – but there’s one thing she’s not so sure about.
‘Kim loves make-up and doesn’t need a lot, but her looks always involve some sort of contouring – she loves how it makes her look and feel,’ continues Mario.
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‘[She] hesitates with colour on her eyes, because it might not go with what she’s wearing.’
Considering how uber-glam she always appears, it’s no surprise that plenty of Kim’s fans are keen to copy her look.
But does Mario reckon we should always go for a heavy red carpet style in our day-to-day lives? Well. No, not really.
‘There are some videos I see that are a bit extreme in terms of the amount of make-up that is used and applied,’ he says.
‘But it’s just make-up at the end of the day, so it’s all good fun. But would I wear heavy TV or camera make-up every day if I were a girl? Absolutely not.
‘I think there is a time and place for everything.’