Eye Want That Wand

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The Ellis Faas black mascara has become our client's favorite beauty product (coming up second is the Kevyn Aucoin Precision Brow Pencil).  By the end of this article, you too will be saying, "'Eye' want that wand!" 

This mascara deliver's longer, thicker, "false-like" lashes.  Many beauty brands that claim to give the same results, do not fully deliver.  The Ellis Faas mascara has our stamp of approval!

Packaged in a sleek silver pen-like container, the twist top reveals a stylish long wand with a medium size brush applicator. The brush allows those with shorter lashes to get close to the lash line and sweep up with ease.  The tightly packed bristles are evenly distributed, which allows the mascara to properly separate, define, lengthen, and add volume.  

Although not waterproof, it does offer flexibility which allows for multiple touch up applications throughout the day.  You can go from a one-coat application, perfect for daytime, and kick it up a notch with two more coats for a nighttime glam look.  

Interested in something more than mascara?  Scroll down for a link to our article "Lash Out," to learn more about Latisse.

Testimonials from www.EllisFaas.com:

I love the Ellis Faas mascara. My lashes look fantastic, full and long. It is really the best mascara I have ever used.
— Marilee
This is the very first non-waterproof mascara that does not streak when I’m crying, which I do frequently.
— Caroline
Mascara by Ellis Faas, $34, sold at the Timothy Pamment Salon

Mascara by Ellis Faas, $34, sold at the Timothy Pamment Salon

Do you have more than one Ellis Product? Ask about this modern compact holder.  It has space to contain a foundation and powder, along with your own customized selection of: concealer, mascara, eye shadows, or lip colors.

Do you have more than one Ellis Product? Ask about this modern compact holder.  It has space to contain a foundation and powder, along with your own customized selection of: concealer, mascara, eye shadows, or lip colors.


Interested in reading Ellis Faas and her brand?  The LA Times published an interesting article on April, 5, 2015.

Click Here.