Definition of 'mascara'
Example sentences containing 'mascara'
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Use before you apply mascara, or on its own. Times, Sunday Times (2017)DON'T Just apply mascara to the ends of the lashes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The furthest I've gone in public so far is wearing mascara. The Sun (2016)Why do some women sneeze when applying mascara? Times, Sunday Times (2006) Wear mascara and it will be running when the lights go up. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Lashes which tend be short or straight should be curled with an eyelash curler before applying mascara. The Sun (2007)There is more in our brains than following the crowd and worrying over which mascara brand to wear. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It stung at first and did make my mascara run but was just as good as an expensive eye drops. The Sun (2016)The only other items you will need in your kit are tinted moisturiser, mascara and lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Don't make your mascara work harder than it has to! The Sun (2013)A good mascara should easily be able to handle all three requests. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I like smudged lipstick and cracked mascara. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nail varnish is used by six per cent of blokes, and eyeliner or mascara by five per cent. The Sun (2010)My essential make-up item is mascara. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Instead, curl lashes, sweep on a clear mascara and brush up brows. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If your mascara doesn't make a difference, bin it and buy a new one. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Simply pour a small amount of the oil into a clean cosmetics bottle, dip in a disposable mascara wand and brush through your lashes before bed. The Sun (2014)She washed me, dressed me and got me to the stage on time, albeit lacking mascara or brushed hair. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Occasionally. mascara is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'mascara'
British English: mascara /mæˈskɑːrə/ NOUN
Mascara is a substance used to colour eyelashes.
- American English: mascara
- Arabic: مَاسْكَارَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: rímel
- Chinese: 染睫毛油
- Croatian: maskara
- Czech: řasenka
- Danish: mascara
- Dutch: mascara
- European Spanish: rímel
- Finnish: ripsiväri
- French: mascara
- German: Mascara
- Greek: μάσκαρα
- Italian: mascara
- Japanese: マスカラ
- Korean: 마스카라
- Norwegian: mascara
- Polish: tusz do rzęs
- European Portuguese: rímel
- Romanian: rimel
- Russian: тушь
- Spanish: rímel
- Swedish: mascara
- Thai: เครื่องสำอางค์ใช้ทาขนตา
- Turkish: rimel
- Ukrainian: туш
- Vietnamese: mascara
Definition of mascara from the Collins English Dictionary
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