Let Kim K.'s Makeup Artist Upgrade Your Feed

3.3 million people tune in to Mario Dedivanovic's Instagram feed every day for makeup ideas, lustworthy product flat lays, and sneak peeks at the prettiest red carpet looks — from Kim Kardashian to Gabrielle Union. But who are among the 1,404 people he follows for inspiration? Well, wouldn't you like to know?

Hot off our last round with hairstylist Jen Atkin, we asked Mario to share the top 20 makeup feeds he's loving right now. "These makeup artists are a mix of up-and-comers who are ones to watch, and others whose creative work inspires me," he told Refinery29.

Click through our slideshow for Mario's picks and get ready to hit the 'follow' button. Then say goodbye to the rest of your weekend, because these accounts will send you down a serious Instagram makeup rabbit hole. Happy scrolling!

Los Angeles-based makeup artist Sean Harris lets pops of electric color and dewy skin do the talking, and the results are all worthy of a double tap. Plus, the badass duo Chloe X Halle make frequent appearances.
Natasha Denona is a makeup artist, founder of her own eponymous line, and has a makeup academy for the aspiring set. And her feed is just as good as you'd expect. It's full of can't-look-away swatches of her formulas and dreamy, radiant looks worth (trying to) copy.
Sam Visser may be too young to vote, but the teen is making his voice heard in the industry as one of the youngest makeup artists working today. He already has a loyal celeb following — including Kris Jenner.
Fan art is nothing new, but we straight-up want to frame Mike Gibson's stunning illustrations on our wall. (And the celebs he draws agree.) His makeup imagery is equal parts lifelike, dreamy, and informative — like this history of eyeliner shapes.
Celebs like Justine Skye and Fantasia Taylor frequently show up on L.A. makeup artist Arianna Garcia's page, which is a 24/7 glam factory — and home to some seriously impressive contouring.
Makeup artist Kale Teter frequently assists L.A. "It" makeup artist Hung Vanngo, making him one to watch. This dreamy creamsicle look on Selena Gomez is just one example of their work together.
It's not easy to master the fine line between outrageous and wearable, but makeup artist Michael Anthony has made it his calling card. His colorful, stunning work is spiked with chrome detailing and pops of color.
Las Vegas-based makeup artist Sheila's feed is a hotspot for colorful macro beauty shots that will inspire you to (finally!) use the brightest, sparkliest shades in your favorite palette.
Makeup artist Liz Castellanos' page is an equal mix of soft, bright makeup on celebs like Olivia Culpo and Tamera Mowry and BTS shots from her cool gig as the makeup artist for E! News.
Dewy skin takes on new meaning on makeup artist Nam Vo's page. Seriously, how she makes highlighter and skin look that glowing is worth a follow.
Calling all with a flair for the dramatic. Do yourself a favor and follow makeup artist Gilbert Soliz. He even breaks down some of his looks for you to follow step by step.
If you tend to play up your eyes, let makeup artist Adam Burrell be your guide; his feed is full of beautiful takes on smoky eyes (including this rad rainbow number).
Love a pop of color? Follow Melissa Hernandez for constant inspiration on how to mix things up.
Jay Suárez has many talents, but flawless glowing skin is definitely at the top of the list.
"It" girls like Amanda Steele, Alissa Violet, Kylie Jenner, and Jordyn Woods dot makeup artist Samuel Rauda's page — and he nails daytime glam on every single one.
UK-based makeup artist Andrew Gallimore's work will make you do a double take: trippy editorials, avant garde shadow, and so much more.
We can't decide what we love more: Mohammed Hindash's lifelike beauty drawings, or his stunning work on actual humans.
Lip lines that look like they were drawn with computer precision and complexions so seamless, we can't stop staring — Mali Magic's work is beautiful, and impeccable.
Moises Ramirez is a makeup artist with a flair for color, yes, but he's also a visual artist whose work hangs in museums. The result? Instagram makeup porn.
Ashley K. Holm's feed hits all the right trends: colorful upside-down liner, chiseled cheeks, and enough highlighter to be seen from space.
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