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Kim Kardashian West might've been crying throughout parts of Kanye West's new "Wolves" video/Balmain's campaign, but her eyeshadow still managed to serve up some serious #MakeupGoals. 

And as it turns out, the look is fairly easy to replicate if you follow her go-to makeup artist's beauty tip and replace powder shadow with a dark shade of concealer. 

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"To achieve a look like this on the eyes, I used a cream concealer in a darker shade on the lids (as a shadow)," Mario Dedivanovic wrote on Instagram Monday. To make it glow in the black and white lens that the video was shot in, he applied eye gloss on top. 

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Dedivanovic, who also works with Kardashian West's sisters Khloé and Kourtney, often films makeup hack-filled tutorials with the 35-year-old for her app and website. In April, the duo released a drugstore-product-only how-to video. 

Kardashian West and DedivanovicSource: YouTube
Kardashian West and Dedivanovic  YouTube

If you want to learn even more tips and tricks from the makeup artist who boasts over 2.6 million fans on Instagram, Dedivanovic hosts a 4 to 5 hour-long "Master Class" across the country. It'll only cost you the hefty price of $524.94. 

And no, that doesn't include a photo-op with Kardashian West. Instead, attendees receive a goody bag with product, a certificate of completion, a photo with Dedivanovic and small bites and water. 

Totally worth over $500, no? If it'll give us Kardashian West's eyes in "Wolves," maybe. 

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