Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of paint used for the eyebrows and eyelashes by actors.
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“Apply the mascaro to the upper lashes with the brush that comes with the mascaro, or any fine brush will do.”
“Broadway, as some of the ladies of the cast keep the mascaro on till the evening performance.”
“A very little mascaro must be brushed lightly on to the eyebrows, following the curve of the upper eyelid.”
“If you wish to you can leave the mascaro on the eyelids, working over and under it in removing the rest of the makeup, and so use the mascaro on the street.”
“No. 60 black mascaro; dark brown for light blondes.”
“Fix the eyebrows carefully about three-quarters the size of the mouth, using black or brown mascaro according to whether your type is dark or light.”
“A touch of mascaro about my temples and I shall look as young as I did yesterday.”
“If your eyebrows and hair are dark, you can tinge them gray by rubbing the hair with mascaro and then combing.”
“Lisa Mascaro can be reached at (202) 662-7436 or at lisa. mascaro”
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