Blinc's Original Tubing Mascara’s vegan formula gives you an ultra-longwearing natural look with a patent shine finish. Our pioneering tubing technology forms tiny water-resistant "tubes" around your lashes, rather than painting them like conventional mascaras.
Once applied, the tiny tubes bind to your lashes and won’t run, smudge, clump, or flake. They’ll withstand sweat, tears, eye rubbing, and oily skin.
Clinically tested to be non-irritating, the Original tubing mascara is ideal for people with sensitive eyes, contact lenses, and active lifestyles. It’s the oil-free mascara whose look, hold, and ease of removal is without compromise.
It has a better hold than waterproof mascaras, yet is easier to remove. No need for makeup removers! The simple combination of lots of warm water and gentle pressure is all it takes. This combo slides the tiny tubes effortlessly off your lashes into your washcloth or hand.
No tint or residue is left behind. No eye-irritating makeup removers needed. No harsh rubbing around your most delicate skin. Tubing mascara is the healthier alternative to traditional mascaras for your eyes, lashes, and around-the-eye skin.
Directions For Use: Apply blinc’s tubing formula like a regular mascara.
For best results, avoid using conditioners, lotions, serums, etc. on your lashes before applying. Tubing mascara requires a dry, clean surface to properly adhere to your lashes.
Keep adding coats until you are satisfied with the volume, length, and lash separation before mascara sets. Don’t let it set before applying another coat—apply your additional layers while it still looks wet. It takes blinc tubing mascara about 2 minutes to fully set and begin forming the tiny "tubes" around your lashes. Once it sets, you can no longer build.
Try blinc Amplified Tubing Mascara and UltraVolume Tubing Mascara to build an even more dramatic look.
Makeup removers, water, or pressure alone won’t remove blinc UltraVolume tubing mascara. Use the combination of warm water AND gentle pressure. Soak your lashes, then apply light pressure with your fingertips, a washcloth, or a shower. This slides the tiny mascara tubes right off of your lashes.
The tubing formula shouldn’t resist coming off when it’s wet enough. If the mascara tubes aren’t coming off easily, add more water to your lashes.
You may see the little mascara "tubes" in your hands or on your face. These are NOT your lashes. It's just mascara coming off in the shape of your individual lashes. Your real lashes haven’t been pulled out.
That's exactly what i get with Blinc. Full, long gorgeous lashes!