Kim Kardashian's make-up artist shares his top tips for alluring lashes!

Published Friday, Jan 29 2016, 16:54 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
All of our biggest beauty dreams came true when we met Kim Kardashian's make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic at L'Oreal Paris' sculpting range launch earlier today, and even though we were close to fainting half of the time, we did manage to pick up an arsenal of genius tips.

Mario layered, buffed and blended L'Oreal's new contouring blushes, liquid foundations and matte lip pens (which you can check out here, FYI) but one unique product particularly stood out to us - and Mario is it's biggest fan.

Kim Kardashian wears blue eyeliner and shares selfie on Instagram 21st October 2015

© Instagram / @makeupbymario

The make-up maestro (who also tends to Nicole Scherzinger and Jennifer Lopez, just sayin') introduced us to L'Oreal's sparkling new False Lash Sculpt Mascara and at first glance, we were sceptical.

That said, the go-to buy boasts a comb brush like no other with three rows of teeny tiny teeth that hug each and every lash for a dramatic, wide eyed effect that we saw firsthand.

The best part? It's only £9.99 - and you can snap it up on the high-street.

L'Oreal False Lash Sculpt Black Mascara £9.99, 29th January 2016

L'Oreal False Lash Sculpt Black Mascara £9.99

But will it make us look like Kim?!

"There's a very unique wand here and there are three steps to using it," Mario said. "The first step is to apply the wand really deep into the root [of the lash]. It's called tight-lining and we usually tight-line with eyeliner in the inner rim, but this mascara does it for you."

Kim Kardashian rocks burgundy lip to Kris Jenner's birthday party before last minute change, 12th November 2015

© Instagram / @makeupbymario

"You hold [the wand] there at the root and it colours in the inner waterline." Mario continued, "Take the product and just move up the lashes to give volume to them and then use the brush to fan them out at the top. It gives a really beautiful definition to the eyes."

Kim Kardashian shares make-up tutorial on Instagram, 3 July 2015

© Instagram / kimkardashian

We think that gentle zig zag motions are best for a fluttery false lash effect.

Mario also let us in on the countless celebrity shoots he curates and mentioned that we all regularly commit this one make-up sin, especially in selfies...

"With celebrities on shoots, especially if you're doing closeups, the most important thing is that you don't see any spaces in between your eyelashes," he mentioned. "Usually what we have to do is raise the eyelid and draw inside the tight-line and that's uncomfortable for some clients, but with this mascara you wont see any spaces."

Who's planning to stock up?!

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