Kim Kardashian's Wedding Day Beauty Look: All the Scoop From the $10 Lipstick to the Jennifer Aniston-Approved Hair Products

05/29/2014 at 02:51 PM ET

Emily Blunt premiere Courtesy Chris McMillan

Sure, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West might have had a custom marble table airlifted to their wedding reception, and sure, maybe they arranged for a private tour of Versailles for all their wedding guests, but that doesn’t mean that everything about their wedding was extravagant. In fact, much of the new Mrs. West‘s wedding-day makeup look can be bought for $20 or less!

Kardashian’s longtime makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic spoke to The Daily Mail about the products he used for Kardashian’s super-lashy, allover glowy look — particularly that memorably nude lip (seen in infinite duckface photobooth photos).

“For her lips, I used L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Extraordinaire liquid [lipstick] in the colour of ‘Nude Ballet,’” he said. “For Kim’s eyes, I used Urban Decay ‘Perversion’ mascara. It launches next month so Kim got it exclusively for her wedding.” He added that he lined her eyes with an Urban Decay liquid liner from the same collection, then added individual lashes from Kim’s own Kardashian Beauty collection (we bet she got him a pretty good deal on those).

RELATED: Every single detail of Kim and Kanye’s love story!

Hair guru Chris McMillan also weighed in on Instagram about Kardashian’s simple, sleek hair look (and posted the below smoochy shot of the bride and groom). He included hashtags to call out the Living Proof products he used (he’s the line’s celebrity hairstylist, while longtime client Jennifer Aniston is a part owner) including “Flex” hairspray and “Satin” serum.

@kimkardashian #lastlookofthenight #downhair dress #Balmain #kimye #justmarried #bestnightever #livingproof #texture #satin #flex

A photo posted by C H R I S M C M I L L A N (@mrchrismcmillan) on

Our favorite detail from the glam squad? Kardashian just let her glam squad do their thing without any trials. “We worked together for so long so I’m so comfortable with her face. It was actually not nerve wracking,” Dedivanovic said. “It was a great experience. She looked stunning.”

Are you surprised Kim wore such affordable makeup? What did you think of her beauty look on her big day?

–Alex Apatoff

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Really? on

If I see a another article about this self-loathing woman I am going to scream!!

Babydoll on

This is ridiculous. They’re now reporting on her lipstick choice? Does People really have nothing else to write about … Like actual celebrities (and not about reality porn stars).

Just Sayin' on

Obviously the paparazzi in Ireland does not care about them, haven’t seen one photo of them on their honeymoon…perhaps they should stay there!

Ladybug on

People Magazine,
Stop it. Stop it. Stop the madness about this so-
called celebrity. Enough already!

deborah soofield on

Oddly, other then online and “People” of course, not much has been mentioned from other media. Are/ hopefully people coming to their senses, or is this the calm before the storm.
PLEASE, People. go “Kardahian free”.

sosickofthesepeople on

And the toilet paper she used to wipe her big a$$ cost around $4.

Jen on

I see Kim’s look mannequin like. Nothing real about her. 100 dollar makeup would still give her the same fake look…. Sorry.

Jenn on

I like that color, actually.

Cal on


what a s kank on

Five inches of make-up and eyelashes from 1968. She looks dated, plastic and extra cheap as usual.

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