Kanye West Wants to Move Kim Kardashian's Makeup Artist to L.A. in Case of a Glam 'Emergency'
"He will come in and be like, 'You know your blush is a little heavy,'" the reality star revealed during her makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic's The Master Class
“[Kanye] is actually really opinionated sometimes,” Kim said during her longtime makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic’s The Master Class on Saturday in L.A. “He will come in and be like, ‘You know your blush is a little heavy.’ Or say, ‘What are you doing? That’s not the shape of your lip.'”
Since Mario, who has created some of Kim’s most iconic makeup looks (think: Met Galas, weddings and more) for over 10 years, lives in N.Y.C., he said Kanye has been trying to get him to move back to the West Coast so he can do his wife’s makeup all the time.
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“[Kanye] actually called me and said, ‘Alright how much will it cost for you to move back to L.A.? I want you here for her,'” Mario said during The Master Class.
Kim added, “He will call Mario without telling me! And Mario shows up without me knowing and he is like, ‘Oh Kanye called me and said it was a makeup emergency.'”
But Kim doesn’t mind that Kanye is involved in every aspect of her look. In fact, it makes life that much simpler for her.
“I really do get all of my inspiration from my husband,” the star told PEOPLE. “He makes my life so easy.”
“I literally just wear all of the Yeezy samples,” Kim added. “They have a team of stylists and they put it all together. I’m totally inspired by Kanye and the Yeezy team — and listen to the advice of everyone over there who is making all the clothes.”
She always makes sure to get her husband’s opinion about looks she’s considering before a big red carpet event.
“I’ll send him a picture and be like, ‘Do you like this dress?’ and he’ll say, ‘I love it but why don’t you try something like this instead?'” Kim said. “And he’ll send me references of people wearing a totally different style.”