<![CDATA[]]> Tue, 03 May 2016 08:30:33 +0000 hourly 1 <![CDATA[Go Green this Hoiday Season!]]> Fri, 19 Dec 2014 20:52:40 +0000 nicoleteriaca SM-Look_12_19

1.     Begin by applying blinc's flesh tone eyeshadow primer to the entire lid and along the lower lash line.

2.     Place a white shimmer eye shadow on the inner corner of the eye, along the brow bone to highlight the arch of the brow, and along the outer corner of the lower lash line extending out past the eye.

3.     Apply a nude peach tone eye shadow to the inner half of the lid.

4.     Add a shimmer green eye shadow to the outer half of the lid, blending outward past the eye. Then place the same green eyeshadow along the lower lash line.

5.     Blend a brown shimmer eye shadow into the crease of the eye and then blend the shadow into the lower lashes with an angled liner brush.

6.     Create your favorite winged liner look with blinc's ultrathin liquid eyeliner pen.

7.     Swipe on a few coats of blinc's black lash primer for bigger, bolder, darker lashes.

8.     Finish off with blinc's black mascara amplified.

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<![CDATA[Trending For Fall - Smokey Slate Eye]]> Fri, 03 Oct 2014 15:27:17 +0000 nicoleteriaca SM Look_9_30-v3

1. Prime your lids with blinc's light tone eye shadow primer. Then, apply blinc's white eyeliner pencil to the lid from lash line to crease.

2. Using blinc's all over shadow brush apply a matte, cream-colored eyeshadow to the brow bone and a white eyeshadow to the inner corner of the eye.

3. Using a medium shader brush, apply a slate shade of eyeshadow to the lid, directly over the white pencil.

4. Next, using blinc’s shadow blending brush place a matte taupe eyeshadow onto the crease.

5. Create a thin winged liner look with blinc's ultrathin liquid eyeliner pen.

6. Intensify the lash line by prepping lashes with a base coat of blinc's black lash primer, followed by a few coats of blinc's black mascara amplified.

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<![CDATA[Feeling BROWbeaten?]]> Tue, 12 Aug 2014 16:26:31 +0000 nicoleteriaca Brow Blog ImageIt's time to take your brows back...

GROW THEM OUT IN ROWS
Allow the hairs closest to your existing brow line to grow in, once they have achieved a blendable length, begin growing in the next row, repeat this cycle until your desired
fullness is achieved - To keep things looking neat throughout the process use blinc’s Micro Trimmer to carefully groom beneath the new growth, keeping strays at bay!

STIMULATE GROWTH THROUGH EXFOLIATION
Thin or sparse eyebrows can be the result of over-plucking, a medical condition, or genetics.
Exfoliating with a spooly may help and doing so will slough off dead skin cells, increases blood flow and stimulate growth. After washing your face, gently “scrub” your brows using
blinc’s brow & Liner Duo Brush

APPLY PEPTIDES TWICE DAILY
blinc’s Long Lash double duties as a brow serum - the same peptides that dramatically enhance the look of lashes work on brows as well. When used twice daily results can be seen in as little as 2-4weeks!

FILL IN YOUR BROWS WHILE YOU WAIT
Just because your brows are growing out doesn’t mean you can’t have the beautiful face-framing brows you’re dreaming of.  Fill in the sparse areas and shape your entire brow with blinc eyebrow mousse, which simultaneously treats the underlying skin with a moisturizing, anti-aging peptide!

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<![CDATA[A simple Cut Crease - 5 easy steps!]]> Fri, 18 Jul 2014 15:35:59 +0000 nicoleteriaca CreaseCut_BLP

 

1. Apply a thin, even layer of blinc's light tone eyeshadow primer to your lid, extending it out past your eye.

2. With blinc's all over shadow brush apply a matte peach toned eyeshadow to your entire lid and out past the outer corner of your eye.

3. Using a mini shader brush, create a curved line along your crease. Once you've reached the outer edge of your lid, place a shadow shield against your skin from the end of your crease and angle it upwards. As you hold the shield apply the navy shadow to create a sharp angled line. Next, lower your shadow shield and create a second angled line starting along your lower lash line keeping a small space between the parallel lines. Then, shade along the outer portion of your upper lash line.

4. Apply a generous coat of blinc's lash primer to prep your lashes.

5. Add blinc mascara amplified in the color black for long, dark, voluminous lashes.

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<![CDATA[Why use a Heated Lash Curler?]]> Fri, 28 Mar 2014 20:11:58 +0000 nicoleteriaca
  • Applying heat is the most effective way to curl lashes
  • Increases the appearance of lash length by extending lashes upward and away from the eye
  • Provides superior control over curl intensity
  • Will not pinch delicate eyelids
  • As simple as applying mascara

 

Look at the huge difference using a heated lash curler makes on the eyes below!

Before & After using blinc's Heated Lash Curler! Before & After using blinc's Heated Lash Curler!

 

How To!

 

1. Begin with clean, dry lashes

2. Turn the Heated Lash Curler on; once the heat indicator turns yellow place the lash curler against the base of your lashes and slowly comb through the lashes in an upward motion for top lashes and downward for bottom. To achieve a little extra curl place the curler gently against lashes for s few seconds and repeat throughout the length of the lashes

3. Once finished it is important to apply tubing mascara to the lashes as traditional paint mascaras tend to be heavy and may weigh down the curl. blinc mascara is a perfect paring as it forms tiny tubes around each perfectly curled lash thereby creating a cast that will hold the curl until you decide to remove your eye makeup!

 

If you haven't already, pick up blinc's heated lash curler and begin to experience a whole new set of lashes!

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<![CDATA[4 Simple Steps to Create One Amazing Cat Eye!]]> Fri, 15 Nov 2013 18:32:50 +0000 nicoleteriaca Cat Eye

 

1. Start your cat eye by creating a line from the outer corner of your eye angling it up and out.

2. Continue lining straight from the higher point of your previous line moving back towards your lash line to create a triangle.

**Tip: For a thinner cat eye end this line closer to the outer corner of your eye to create a smaller triangle. The farther you end the line from the outer corner, the thicker your cat eye will be.

3. Apply the eyeliner along your lash line starting from the inner corner of your eye moving outwards creating the line to your desired thickness.

4. Finish your cat eye by filling in the rest of the triangle.

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<![CDATA[5 Simple Steps to Create a Daytime Smokey Eye]]> Fri, 30 Aug 2013 19:44:45 +0000 nicoleteriaca Daytime Smokey Eye_blog

1. Begin by applying a thin layer of blinc eye shadow primer to your entire lid for stay-put power

2. Next, use blinc’s all over shadow brush to gently apply a neutral shadow to the entire lid

3. Now apply a darker shadow along the crease; begin at the outermost corner, working the brush back and forth to blend shadow

4. Next apply blinc’s dark brown eyeliner pencil to the top and bottom waterline

5. Finish off this look using an angled liner brush to apply the darker shadow beneath the lower lash line Voila a sultry daytime eye!

P.S. - Don't forget to apply 2 coats of blinc Mascara Amplified!

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