Beyonce's makeup artist, Sir John, reveals his best makeup tricks

Sir John breaks down some of his best beauty tips.

Beyoncé is arguably one of the best entertainers of our time, and when she performs, she's usually all glammed up with a fierce makeup look that leaves us with our jaws dropped.

Many of the "Flawless" singer's makeup looks can be credited to her longtime go-to makeup maestro: Sir John.

Sir John has created everything from shimmery eyeshadow to neutral-toned sunkissed looks for Queen Bey, and he also has an A+ roster of others he's worked with such as Kim Kardashian, Joan Smalls and Ashley Benson.

As if that wasn't enough, he also is a consulting celebrity makeup artist for L'Oréal Paris, and a mentor on the "American Beauty Star" television show.

To say the least, Sir John is a thought leader in the makeup industry and when "Good Morning America" was given the opportunity to get the inside scoop on some of Sir John's tips and tricks, there was no hesitation.

Luckily, the makeup guru had lots of practical advice to share and we are spreading the wealth.

Ahead, read and take note from these five tips, tricks and amazing gems that Sir John so graciously dropped.

Tip #1: When in doubt, go for a doe foot shaped applicator

"It's really great for getting the corners and edges of the mouth," he said. "When it comes to a lip that's going to stay on for eight hours, I want precision when I'm applying, so this works for me."

Tip #2: Use your eyeliner cheat sheet

"Lean your head back almost like you are looking up your nose," says Sir John. "That's the most flat your eyes are ever going to be."

He also suggests trying a deep brown eyeliner as opposed to a black one as its a more approachable look that's less aggressive. "It's like a demi-cup [bra], it's softer."

Tip #3: Avoid using shimmery products in the middle of the face

Tip #4: Stop putting highlighter on the tip of your nose

Tip #5: Sculpt cheeks with a matte bronzer

Sir John suggests that the deep matte texture really allows you to sculpt cheeks as well as the sockets of the eyes for greater dimension.