Kim Kardashian's make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic has revealed his trick for applying false eyelashes… and it makes total sense

But now, Kim Kardashian's make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic has revealed his number one trick for applying lashes – and it makes a lot of sense.

"When you’re learning to apply them on yourself, especially if you don’t have a steady hand, rest your elbow on some surface in front of you, like a desk," Mario told People.

"It makes a world of a difference."

It sounds obvious, but when you're stood in the bathroom, or sat crossed-legged in front of the bedroom mirror, it's easy to forget how handy a flat surface could be.

Mario – who has been Kim's make-up artist for 10 years – also revealed his favourite lashes – Ardell Individuals.

"I have so many pairs of these because I use it the most," he revealed.

"I don’t love huge lashes and these are the most natural-looking."

It's not the first time the mega-talented artist has shared his make-up tips, either.

Last year, Mario told Fabulous Online to always curl eyelashes before reaching for mascara.

"Something simple like curling the lashes can transform a face," he explained.

"A lot of women will just put their mascara on, but giving the lashes a really big curl makes a huge difference, brightening and opening up the eyes."

He also recommended investing in a powder puff instead of a brush.

"Powder applied with a powder puff instead of a brush lasts longer and means you can really work it into areas you just can't with a brush, like the creases around your nose," he explained.

"Also, on some people's skin the bristles of a brush mess up the make-up."

Mario also recommended applying highlighter just above the eyebrows and adding blush to the edge of your cheekbones to "counteract" dark circles.

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We also revealed how to transform your beauty regime with miracle ingredients from Australia.

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