If there's one person that we wish could do our make-up everyday it's Mario Dedivanovic without a shadow of a doubt.
Not only is he Kim Kardashian's main man - they've worked together for almost 10 years and he even did her wedding make-up - but he is also responsible for some of our favourite celebrity make-up looks.
The beautiful Naomie Harris❤- Nominee for Best Supporting Actress at the 2017 Academy Awards! #MakeupByMario See below for the look details! @chanelofficial CHANEL Blue Serum CHANEL Les Beiges Healthy Glow Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 25 CHANEL Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Colour SPF 15 CHANEL La Palette Sourcils de Chanel Brow Powder Duo in 50 Brun CHANEL Crayon Sourcils Sculpting Eyebrown Pencil in Brun Cendré CHANEL Correcteur Perfection Long Lasting Concealer in 40 Beige Santal CHANEL Quadra Eyeshadow in Candeur et Expérience CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-Lasting Eyeliner in Mat Taupe CHANEL Le Volume Mascara in Noir CHANEL Le Crayon de Couleur Jumbo Longwear Lip Crayon in Beige Rose CHANEL Rouge Coco Gloss in Melted Honey CHANEL Rouge Coco Gloss Top Coat in Excitation CHANEL Powder Blush in Angèlique #MakeupByMario @nolasinger @peterluxhair @naomieharris #workingwithchanel #chanelmakeup #chanelredcarpetbeauty #MakeupByMario
Now we all know about highlighting the top of the cheekbones, down the centre of the nose, cupids bow, inner corner of the eyes, brow bone if you're feeling extra. But it turns out Mario applies highlighter in two completely unexpected places.
"I like to apply a tiny bit of highlight on the corner of my client's forehead. That way, when they move their head on the red carpet it looks like their skin is really glowing."
And not only should we applying a teeny bit of highlighter on our forehead if we want to look glowy in rea life, Mario also recommends applying a small amount to the corner of your chin, instead of the centre.
This means that when you tilt your head your highlight will catch the light and look like a natural glow, as opposed to applying it on the centre of your chin.
Via Harper's Bazaar UK