Blinc Mascara

Published February 9, 2015 by purabeautyblogger

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For the last 20 years I have been trying to find a mascara that does not leave me with panda eyes after a couple of hours. 15 years ago I found one that was made by Colouring at The Body Shop but that got discontinued.

I have tried everything ranging in value from a cheap £2 to an expensive £25.

At a beauty show I discovered Blinc. I was very sceptical at first, but kept on hearing such good reviews, I had to try it. Am so glad I did. My hunt is finally over. This really is the best mascara I have ever used.

It comes in a cute little screw top tin, with a comprehensive instruction leaflet.

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A great brush, that can coat even the smallest lashes

This is the only mascara I will now use. No problems with flakes or panda eyes, just gorgeous long dark lashes that do not budge until you decide to remove them. Perfect for contact lens wearers. You can layer up the mascara as long as you leave 2 minutes in between for the mascara to dry.

It is so easy to remove. Just wet a cotton pad, hold it over your eyes and wipe gently. That’s it! The tubes come off in one piece, as pictured below. No tugging on the delicate eye area

Blinc Mascara - easy removal

Blinc Mascara – easy removal

The Blurb on the box – Blinc is the original mascara invented to form tiny water resistant ‘tubes’ around your lashes that add volume and length and cannot run, smudge, clump or flake, even if you cry or rub your eyes. Only when you are ready, a combination of lots of warm water and gentle pressure, from your fingertips or cloth will slide the tubes effortlessly into your hand. No makeup remover required.

Price

UK

£16 from Pura Beauty Salon (http://www.pura-beauty.co.uk)

£22 from Harvey Nichols

USA

$26 from Blincinc

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