What it is:
The famous pioneering, tube-technology water-resistant mascara.
What it does:
Blinc Mascara is the original tube-technology mascara. It's invented to form tiny water-resistant "tubes" around your lashes for maximum amplification and hold, rather than painting them like conventional mascaras. Once applied, the tubes bind to your lashes and don't run, smudge, clump, or flake, even if you cry or rub your eyes.
What else you need to know:
This mascara adds both volume and length, to give you a radiant natural look that lasts all day. Neither water nor pressure alone will remove Blinc Mascara. Only the combination of lots of warm water and gentle pressure (no need for harsh makeup removers) will slide the tiny tubes effortlessly off your lashes into your hand. Upon removal, you will actually see the tiny tubes slide into your hand.
Among the nominees in the 2008 Best of Sephora, Blinc Mascara has been clinically tested to be non-irritating, making it ideal for sensitive eyes, contact lens wearers, and active people in search of a mascara whose look, hold, and ease of removal is without compromise.
-Use Blinc Mascara on clean and dry lashes.
-Within two minutes, apply one or more coats. Keep applying coats until the desired lash volume, length, and separation is achieved before Kiss Me Mascara sets.
-Once set, additional coats cannot be applied.
-Neither water alone nor pressure alone will remove Blinc Mascara.
-Only the combination of lots of warm water and gentle pressure, from your fingertips, a wash cloth or water pressure will slide the tiny tubes effortlessly off your lashes.
-No need to pull your lashes. Just keep soaking them with warm water until the tubes slide off (like a glove coming off of a hand).
-Upon removal you will actually see the tiny tubes in your hand. Don't worry, those are not your lashes falling out.
-Upon removal, you will actually see the tiny tubes in your hand.
-If eye becomes irritated in any way, discontinue use and consult a physician immediately.
-Do not use a makeup remover. Water and gentle pressure is all it takes for removal.