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Many of us use makeup to accentuate our features, to transform ourselves, to put paint on the beautiful canvas that is us, but we all have one thing in common, and that is our psycho killer look when we apply mascara.

Some of us bulge our eyes out like someone’s about to kill us. Some of us make the clown frown and stretch our face in ways we didn’t know we could. Some of us have mastered the art of application with no movement. Regardless, we think our mascara face deserves recognition for the hard work she puts in.

Get to know your mascara face; invite her to lunch, have a drink. Don’t judge — she only comes around every so often. She may seem crazy at first, but underneath that wildness, there’s a meticulous mastermind who saves your life everyday through your makeup routine. Show your mascara face some love, and next time you see her, give her a smile!

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Name: Brooke Hoops

Hometown: Beaver Dam

Year: Sophomore

Mascara of choice: BADgal BANG! by Benefit Cosmetics

Mascara face: Looking to the stars


Name: Kimberlyn Bussey

Hometown: Louisville

Year: Freshman

Mascara of choice: Professional Super Thick Lash Mascara by CoverGirl

Mascara face: Crazy and proud of it


Name: Allyson Murrey

Hometown: Beaver Dam

Year: Senior

Mascara of choice: Lash Princess by essence makeup

Mascara face: The struggle

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Name: Macey Montgomery

Hometown: Mount Vernon, Indiana

Year: Sophomore

Mascara of choice: BADgal BANG! by Benefit Cosmetics

Mascara face: Recreating Edvard Munch’s painting “The Scream


Name:  Briah Floyd

Hometown: Louisville

Year: Freshman

Mascara of choice: Professional Super Thick Lash Mascara by CoverGirl

Mascara face: Scaredy cat

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