Makeup Artist Mary Phillips and Kendall Jenner Share the $13 Secret to Model-Inspired Long Wispy Lashes

The reality TV star showed off just how she uses the affordable, transformative mascara.
Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner.


We can’t name a better duo than Kendall Jenner and her trusty makeup artist Mary Phillips, who is the queen of the underpainting technique and the reason the reality TV star and BFF Hailey Bieber always look like they are glowing from within. 

The glam guru, who is responsible for creating the 28-year-old’s signature natural look, has also put together some super colorful makeup moments for the 818 Tequila founder. The two teamed up recently for a L'Oréal campaign and revealed the mascara that Jenner loves and always uses to get her desired wispy, feathered lashes.

L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Panorama Mascara, Volumizing and Lengthening Mascara, $12.97 (amazon.com)

The product, also approved by TikTok sensation Alix Earle, is on sale on Amazon right now for $12.97, but can also be bought in stores at Target, Ulta, CVS and Walgreens. Earle, who has been a fan of the Too Faced Better Than Sex Volumizing & Lengthening Mascara ($29) forever, said she loves the “clean” and “fanned-out” look that the Panorama mascara gives her lashes.

“The question I get asked the most is about Kendall’s lashes,” Phillips began in an Instagram reel, adding that people always ask what false lashes her client uses. Phillips clarified with some lighthearted sass that “Kendall doesn’t wear lashes.”

The MUA noted that despite doing the rest of Jenner’s makeup, she feels like everyone is better at being able to do their own eyelashes.

“I’m able to really get in there,” Jenner added with a laugh and demonstrated how just one coat added natural-looking length and definition, while two coats created just enough drama.

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Ananya Panchal

ANANYA PANCHAL

Ananya Panchal is a NYC-based Lifestyle & Trending News writer at SI Swimsuit. Before joining the Swim team, the Boston University Alum worked for culture & entertainment beats at Bustle, The San Francisco Chronicle and the TODAY Show. When Ananya is not writing or doom-scrolling on social media, she can be found playing sudoku, rewatching One Tree Hill or trying new restaurants. She's also a coffee and chocolate (separately) enthusiast.