Kim Kardashian's budget beauty tip revealed

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Kim Kardashian may be a multi-millionaire, but the reality TV queen is never one to turn down a great bargain. The 34-year-old's make-up artist and good friend Mario Dedivanovic has revealed in a tutorial video that when it comes to her long eyelashes, the Keeping up with the Kardashians star rarely spends under £15.

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Mario Dedivanovic has been doing Kim's make-up for years

Using Kim as a model in the short clip, Mario revealed that when it comes to her luscious lashes he turns to two products – Ardel Duralash Naturals in Medium and Long (£3.99), and the Duo Eyelash Adhesive glue in Dark tone (£10).

Mario, who regularly hosts tutorials to show fans how to re-create Kim's beauty looks, revealed that he always applies eyelashes after he has finished the rest of her eye make-up, especially when creating striking smokey eyes. Using tweezers, he then applies the lashes using the glue one at a time, working his way from the outer corner of her eyes.

The short tutorial is part of Kim's new app The Kim Kardashian West App, which she launched earlier this year, alongside her stylish siblings who also unveiled their respective apps.

She's not the first of the Kardashian-Jenner clan to share beauty tips and advice on the new platform however. Stepsister Kylie recently opened up about her thoughts on plastic surgery after fans speculated that the 18-year-old had opted for breast implants.

"No, people – I haven't gotten breast implants!" she wrote in a post entitled My Feelings on plastic surgery. "Everyone is obsessed with that. Truth is, as I've gotten older, I've gained 15 pounds and my body has changed: I've definitely filled out."

The young starlet added that she's "not against plastic surgery", and won't rule out the possibility of trying it in the future.

"But I'm also someone who says 'never say never'," she explained. "If down the line I get to a point where I'm really uncomfortable with something on my body, I'm not against changing it."