Black to Basics: Make-Up Designory’s Squeezable Tube Mascara


Most women have a love-hate relationship with mascara. They love that it transforms their appearance but hate that it clumps and flakes lashes. Fall in love with the right Mascara from Make-Up Designory (MUD), world-renowned professional make-up school and its new cosmetics line.

This award-winning pigment-rich mascara provides even coverage lush with fibers to maximize and lengthen lashes for super-volumizing results. Available in a black cream and volumizing formula, MUD’s Mascara comes in a pewter gray squeezable tube that lessens waste.

MUD’s Mascara is less likely to dry out or spoil. The squeezable tube is perfect for a professional make-up artist and heaven-sent for at-home use.

Mascara myth number one: Pumping the mascara wand in-and-out the tube will catch more cream on the wand for an even application. Truth: Pumping the mascara wand actually fills tube with air and dries out mascara, ruining the product. That’s why the tube is a beauty-blessing.

Tip: For thicker lashes apply 1-2 layers and glide brush from inner to outer corner of bottom lashes. The full-bristled brush allows for a smooth and easy application control for individual users, whether creating a subtle daytime look or glamorous evening eyes. Use MUD Make-up Remover Towelettes to gently wipe away.

MUD takes it a step further with an innovative outer packaging that tells the consumer how to correctly use the product with illustrations and symbols rather than words. MUD’s Mascara has a suggested retail price of $14 for a .40 ounce tube and is available at select MUD shops and boutique locations or www.mudshop.com.

About Make-Up Designory (MUD):
Make-Up Designory is a private post secondary institution that provides training every year to hundreds of students from around the world to work in fashion, film, and television. Specialties include beauty make-up artistry, hairstyling, portfolio development, character make-up, and special make-up effects. The school has two locations, one in Los Angeles (founded in 1997) and one in New York. In addition, the school has its own cosmetics line, that range from $8 – $26, with retailers and distributors in the US, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Japan, Australia, West Africa, Mexico, Guam, and the Dominican Republic.

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