The non-creasing concealer Kim K and Megan Fox's makeup artist swears by

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Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
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When it comes to client lists, makeup artist Ash K Holm has one that would make anyone go starry eyed.

We're talking Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande, Megan Fox, Khloe Kardashian, Shay Mitchell, Camila Cabello. I mean it might just be easier to list who Ash doesn't work with at this point.

Thankfully, Ash is more than happy to share the tips, tricks and products she uses on her clients and we're more than happy to go out and buy every single thing she recommends.

In a new YouTube video, Ash created what she calls "Model off duty makeup" and if you are into a more minimal look, it's the one tutorial you don't want to miss.

Of course we took all the notes because if Ash loves a product you know she's used it on her celebrity clients as well.

Finding the perfect concealer can be a nightmare, especially when you get past your early twenties and everything creases in those damn fine lines.

Praise be to Ash then as she shared her favourite hydrating concealer which she said doesn't really crease or get cakey under the eyes.

Of course, it's a MUA staple: Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Concealer.

Ash uses the shade 5.5 and if you watch the video in full you'll see how sparingly she applies the product but still gets a brightening effect.

Looks like we've got an order to place before this sells out.

Watch Ash's full video below:

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