Brush It On...Slide It Off
blinc is the original eyeliner invented to form a water-resistant "layer of color" that contours your eyes. Since blinc is not a cosmetic paint like conventional eyeliners, it cannot fade, smudge, run or flake, even if you cry or rub your eyes. The intense layer of color creates a dramatic look that lasts all day. Only when you are ready for removal, the layer of color will effortlessly slide off your skin into your hand without the use of a harsh makeup remover.
- Forms a water resistant layer of color on skin.
- Cannot clump, fade, flake, run, or smudge.
- Stays on when crying or rubbing your eyes.
- Does not require rubbing or makeup removers.
- Is not a cosmetic paint.
- Does not penetrate the skin.
- Leaves no tint or residue buildup.
- Does not come off with oily skin.
- Ideal for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.
Tip: With blinc, you will not have to re-apply eyeliner throughout the day. It will stay on until you are ready to remove it.
blinc Eyeliner Brown
Best Eyeliner! -
8/17/2013 7:16:23 AM
I love this eyeliner because it "stays put" all day and comes off easily, but the most important thing is that the brush is a fine sable type and I can control the width of the line very easily, which is important because I want a very fine line. I have been using Blinc for several years now because both Chanel and Lancome stopped making their eyeliner with a fine brush.
Directions For Use:
Application: Apply blinc just like a regular liquid eyeliner. It is important that you do not use moisturizers, foundations, etc... before applying the eyeliner. blinc requires a dry, clean surface in order to adhere properly to your skin. It will take blinc approximately 1 minute to set.
Removal: When it's time to remove, blinc only requires a combination of lots of warm water and gentle pressure. Pressure alone is not enough, and water alone is not enough. But lots of warm water AND gentle pressure (i.e. when taking a shower or when using a washcloth), will make the eyeliner effortlessly slide off. You will actually see the eyeliner layers come off into your hand. If you insist on using a makeup remover, you must use a water-base remover NOT an oil-based remover. Nothing oily can make blinc come off...not even if you have really oily skin.
Water (Aqua) Ammonium Acrylates Copolymer Propylene Glycol Silica Triethanolamine Acrylates Copolymer Isopropyl Alcohol Sodium Dehydroacetate Phenoxyethanol Methylparaben Propylparaben. [May Contain (+/-): Iron Oxides]
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