Kendall Jenner Wore This £10 Triple-Threat Mascara For The Vanity Fair Oscars After Party

Kim Kardashian famously said: “Nobody wants to work these days”, but the beauty look her sis, Kendall Jenner, served up at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party is proof that that’s not entirely true. Her mascara was putting in a shift to create the sultriest, flutteriest lash look with a triple-threat combo of length, definition and volume.

The model chose to wear her hair scooped back with a single strand left loose, fresh skin, gently groomed brows and a red lip. But despite the statement lip colour, we couldn’t help zooming in on her immaculately voluminous lashes.

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Luckily, Kendall’s makeup artist, Mary Phillips, was on hand to spill the details on every product she used to create the look, including the £10 mascara responsible for that flutter. And, it should come as no surprise that Mary tapped up the new L’Oreal Paris Panorama mascara, given that Kendall’s the latest global ambassador for the brand.

L’Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes Panorama Mascara

Even so, in a previous video on Mary’s TikTok, Mary explained that Kendall’s lash look is carefully curated, and she takes her mascara game very seriously.

“The question I get asked the most is about Kendall’s lashes – ‘what lashes is she wearing?’ – she doesn’t wear [false] lashes,” Mary revealed, “it’s all thanks to this guy,” she said, showing the Panorama mascara, “this is our trick” agreed Kendall.

Mary also let slip that mascara is the one part of her makeup that Kendall does herself, explaining: “I feel like everybody is better at doing their own lashes,” which Kendall confirmed, saying it means you can “really get in there.”

To complete the eye look, Mary used a sheer brown eyeshadow from the L’Oreal Paris La Palette Nude to create a neutral base and the Infallible Grip liner for extra definition along her lash line.

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