Kim Kardashian West's Concealer Trick Is a Simple, But Effective Beauty Hack

Kim Kardashian West's Concealer Trick Is a Simple, But Effective Beauty Hack

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. 

"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. 

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. 

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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