Blinc mascara is formulated to create a tube around each lash as you apply. So unlike conventional mascaras which are painted or coated on, which eventually rubs off, Blincâ€™s water resistant â€œtubingâ€ formula actually binds to your lashes and once applied, does not run, smudge, clump or flake. It comes off when you are ready. And unlike conventional waterproof mascaras, which can be quite difficult to remove, not to mention harsh on the gentle eye area, to remove Blinc mascara, you simply need warm water and pressure. So you’ll just have to dampen your face cloth/cotton pad with water, apply a light pressure with your cloth/cotton to your lashes and wipe away. You will see the tubes slide off effortlessly. Only the combination of water and pressure will remove it, water loosens the mascaraâ€™s adhesion, but the light pressure is needed to remove the tubes.
Apply Blinc Mascara to clean, dry lashes. Wait one-two minutes then reapply mascara to your desired length and thickness. Once finished, leave your lashes untouched for two-three minutes to let them set.
So, a mascara that’s voluminous, lengthens, water resistant and stays – even after having a cry, a sweaty workout at the gym, or just rubbing your eyes?! Sounds like a dream, and again, Blinc stays and only leaves when you want it to. This is added bonus is that it is also great for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.
It is available in six shades and there is even a trial size available (in black only) if you want to test it before purchasing the normal size.
Blinc Mascara Â£15.40/$25.04 Trial size (black only) Â£2.56/$4.16
Iâ€™ll be giving this one a go very soon, ladies, but if you get there before I do, let us know what you think!
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