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Ashley Tisdale loves Kim K's make-up maestro

Published 30/07/2015

Ashley Tisdale
Ashley Tisdale

Ashley Tisdale was amazed by how great Kim Kardashian's skin is after attending her make-up class with Mario Dedivanovic.

The 30-year-old actress graced the audience for the reality star's beauty event with cosmetics expert Mario Dedivanovic in California last Saturday and shared her experience with an Instagram pic of all three of them afterwards.

Ashley took away as much as she could from the session.

"It's all about blending. It's like, he's not about having it look super light underneath the eye, but he does do a lighter shade of concealer and then he lets it kinda sit. I think that's what baking is," she told E! News.

"[I learnt] that she [Kim] has great skin. From the start. I learnt so much, I took four pages of notes!"

Ashley sat for four hours to learn how to apply make-up professionally and was spotted by quite a few other guests. However, she wasn't able to take photos with fans as cameras were banned.

It wasn't unusual for Ashley to be there as Mario has created many of her beauty looks over time. After pestering him for advice Mario invited her to attend the class.

"Me being who I am - I sometimes do my own make-up for events. I will be like, ‘I can just do it myself.' I am that type of chick," she added. "But I wanted to learn to get better at make-up. I kept saying, 'Ooo how did you do that?' And he was like, 'You know I have a master class that's in California soon?'"

Mario has a loyal fan in Ashley and the bronde beauty loves how he caters to her personal taste. She even admits being starstruck by him the first time they met after tuning into all of his videos.

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