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Kim Kardashian's Makeup Artist Shares her Wedding Day Look

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Kim Kardashian's wedding to Kanye West has been a huge story and following this past weekend. Finally the wedding photos have been realesead and all have seen the bride in her gown and her gorgeous bridal look. Her longtime makeup artist and friend Mario Dedivanovic is spilling his tips on creating her look for the wedding in Florence.

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Mario saw the dress and took inspiration about her look from it. "I didn't want to make too much of a statement with her makeup. We decided to go with something natural and timeless. I wanted to go with something clean and classic and I wanted her to look almost angelic."

Talking to Australia's Channel Nine breakfast show Mornings, Mario confirmed that Kim wanted her signature contoured makeup for the wedding, before explaining how he defined her cheekbones. "Contouring frames the face and chisels the cheeks. So basically it's putting a little bit of bronzer on the hairline and jawline and on the hollows of the cheeks and the bridge of the nose. It thins out the face and gives warmth to the face. Sometimes it takes 20 minutes, sometimes an hour. The most important [tip] is to blend, blend, blend."

On her skin he went with a radiant, dewy look. For her eyes he went with warm tones and a liquid eyeliner on the lids. Of course he enhanced her lashes with individual false lashes by Kardashian Beauty and Urban Decay Perversion mascara and made them pop as they always seem to do in photos of the star. For the ceremony her lips was a peachy pink and then at the reception they switched it for a classic nude lip using L'Oreal Colour Riche Extraordinaire in Nude Ballet.

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