Colored Mascara: Alluring, intriguing, attractive! Enjoy the colorful, festive eyelash feast!

Mascara Fun Fact: Mascara is a cosmetic commonly used to enhance the eyelashes. Mascara may darken, thicken, lengthen and define the eyelashes. Normally in one of three forms – liquid, cake or cream – the modern mascara product has various formulas; however, most contain the same basic components of pigments, oils, waxes and preservatives.

Colorful eyelashes that make your eyes say “wow”!

Nancy Mangano’s Colored Mascara Fashion Tip: Although most people apply black or brown shades of mascara, wearing colorful mascara that either highlights or matches your eye color is beautiful and fun! This accentuates your eyes and causes them to pop, much like a gorgeous picture frame sets off a photograph!

Mascara Fun Fact: Mascara is defined as a cosmetic substance for darkening, lengthening, curling, coloring and thickening the eyelashes. Mascara is applied with a brush or a rod and can be used on the eyebrows as well.

Colored mascara will make your eyes look swell!

Cosmetic Fun Fact: Aesthetic adornment is a cultural universal and mascara can be documented in ancient Egypt. Records from around 4000 BC refer to a substance called kohl that was used to darken eyelashes, eyes and eyebrows. Often composed of galena, malachite and charcoal or soot, honey and water was added to keep the kohl from running. Through Egypt’s influence, kohl usage persisted in the Babylonian, Greek and Roman Empires.

Following the fall of the Roman Empire, kohl fell into disuse on the European continent, where it had been considered solely a cosmetic, however, it continued to be widely used in the Middle East for religious purposes. Ingredients in modern mascara include pigmentation, oils and waxes. Which ingredients are chosen relies on how the mascara is manufactured.

Types of oils used to make mascara are mineral oils, linseed oil, castor oil, eucalyptus oil, lanolin, oil of turpentine and sesame oil. Waxes usually found in mascara are paraffin wax, carnauba was and beeswax.

Be the queen in eyelashes so colorful you’ll stand out and be seen!

Let loose and have some fun wearing colored mascara whether you have an easy day or a hectic day on the run!

“I love the color of your eyes, so gorgeous and green.”

“I believe it’s my green mascara that makes my eyes so cool and serene.”

“On closer inspection, I do believe that it is your colored mascara that caught my eye.”

“The eyes always have it when you color them up. You should give it a try.”

“Glamorous, decorated eyes are a beautiful sight to behold.”

“Colored mascara adds oomph and wow to the eyes, I’ve been told!”

Colored Mascara: Mesmerizing, breathtaking and bold!

Nancy Mangano is an American beauty/fashion/style influencer, fashion journalist, screenwriter and author of the Natalie North murder mystery book series. Visit Nancy on her global online fashion/style/beauty magazine Strutting in Style! at, her Facebook page Nancy Mangano at Twitter @ and her author website




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Nancy Mangano resides in Orange County, CA. She has blended her love of detective work and style in her novels, A Passion for Prying and Murder Can Be Messy.
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