mascara trend : TikTok users have recently taken to referring to their significant others by the codename “mascara.” Many people are perplexed and unsure of what to make of this tendency.Follow our website, Blingsnews for the latest update
The term “mascara” is being used on TikTok as a synonym for “significant other.” Their “mascara” is their significant other, whether they are only dating, engaged, or married.
Some users say that their “mascara” has “put its wand into other tubes,” referring to their male companions, who are the primary focus of the videos and comments on this trend (meaning that their partner has cheated on them). Other people have pointed out that their spouse is non-binary or transgender because their “mascara” doesn’t have a wand.
For what purpose is “Mascara Trend” a code name?
Why “mascara” has become a secret code for “significant others” on TikTok is unclear. Some users have hypothesised that this is the case because mascara is used on a daily basis and so becomes a sort of “love anchor” in a person’s life. Some have hypothesised that this is because to the paradoxical effects of mascara: while it can enhance one’s appearance and boost self-esteem, it can also inflict physical harm.
Many people on TikTok have posted videos and captions about their “mascara,” or committed relationships, sometimes including references to the ways in which one partner has injured the other.
‘I’ve had my mascara since I was 14,” one person commented their video. I’m now 24. The only brand of mascara I’ve ever used, but I’m sure it’s widely available elsewhere.
Another user said, “The only mascara I’ve ever liked severely destroyed my eyelashes, therefore I’m afraid to try any new mascaras for fear of the same thing happening again.”