'It is my life': Kim Kardashian's make-up artist Mario offers $10,000 reward for the return of his 80lb cosmetics kit after it was 'stolen' at JFK airport

  • Make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic, 34, flew into New York City last week to find that his entirely kit had gone missing, possibly stolen
  • The kit contained brushes that he had been working with for more than 15 years, so he took to social media to plead for help in hunting it down
  • Kim Kardashian also pitched in, sharing the plea with her 57 million followers?

Kim Kardashian's make-up artist is offering a $10,000 reward for the return of his make-up kit after it went missing from JFK airport.

Mario Dedivanovic, who boasts four million followers on Instagram, took to social media last week to reveal that his supplies had been swiped, and issued a public plea for their return.?

'I flew home to NYC yesterday on JetBlue and my make-up kit was stolen from JFK airport. This has never happened to me before and I don’t know what to do,' he wrote.

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Star power: Make-up artist?Mario Dedivanovic is offering a $10,000 reward for the return of his make-up kit after it vanished from JFK airport

Star power: Make-up artist?Mario Dedivanovic is offering a $10,000 reward for the return of his make-up kit after it vanished from JFK airport

'That kit is my life': The artist was left devastated after he arrived back in New York without the 80lb kit

'That kit is my life': The artist was left devastated after he arrived back in New York without the 80lb kit

Reaching out: He took to social media to plead with the public to help him find the bag

Reaching out: He took to social media to plead with the public to help him find the bag

He added: 'That kit is my life.?[It is full of] so many brushes that I’ve had for 15+ years.

'I’m offering a $10,000 reward for the return of my kit. Whoever has it please find it in your heart to return it. Please. It’s a brown Rimowa luggage/80lbs.'

Mario tagged JetBlue in his post, pleading with the company to help him find the bag.?

The airline responded swiftly with some advice.

'We kindly ask you to continue to work with our Central Baggage Services team as all baggage claims must be handled by them,' JetBlue wrote on Twitter.?

Working it out: Mario is best known for being Kim Kardashian's go-to make-up artist

Working it out: Mario is best known for being Kim Kardashian's go-to make-up artist

Working hard: According to Mario, the kit included brushes that he had been using for more than 15 years

Working hard: According to Mario, the kit included brushes that he had been using for more than 15 years

'One of our crewmembers will contact you once they locate your bag. We hope that you and your bag reunite soon! Sorry!'

Kim Kardashian herself also pitched in, sharing Mario's plea with her 57 million followers in hopes someone might have information.?

In addition to Kim, Mario has done make-up work for the likes of Demi Lovato, Kate Bosworth, Naomie Harris and Megyn Kelly. ?

A few days after the loss, Mario returned to Instagram with a video update, revealing that the kit had not yet been found, but that he was hopeful.??

Lending a hand: Kim herself tried to assist by sharing the plea with her millions of followers

Lending a hand: Kim herself tried to assist by sharing the plea with her millions of followers

Popping in: A few days later Mario shared a video update explaining how he was continuing to work with JetBlue, but the bag had yet to be found

Popping in: A few days later Mario shared a video update explaining how he was continuing to work with JetBlue, but the bag had yet to be found

'JetBlue has been pretty amazing, they’ve been working with for the last five days in trying to figure this out and get my bag back,' he said.?

'So, I still have hopes that I am going to get my kit back. I’ve been trying to rebuild it slowly for the past few days.'

He revealed that he was already heading to a job using his newly stocked kit, saying: 'So it’ll be the first time that I’ve worked without my set of brushes that I’ve had for 17 years.?

'I’m going to be okay, I just still have hope that I am going to get my kit back. It’s not over yet, but I do have hopes that it’ll be found.'

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