It’s a gentle boost on your lash length, definition, volume and shape. This mascara may be the one for you if you…
✓ Want a light mascara that’s unfazed by oily skin
✓ Are a 1-layer-of-mascara kind of person
✓ Have full and/or dark lashes and don’t want extreme volume
✓ Enjoy a natural lash look
✓ Love a minimalist everyday look
✓ Need a mascara that’s kind to sensitive skin and eyes
It’s the original with more oomph. This mascara may be for you if you…
✓ Like the low-maintenance Original mascara, but with more boost
✓ Want a daily mascara that doesn’t bother your skin or eyes
✓ Love mascara that’s reliably “racoon-eye free” (no matter how oily the complexion!)
✓ Enjoy a lash look that’s more than naked lashes, but less than false lashes
✓ Want a natural look with slightly more definition and volume
This formula gives you the max volume—the liquid lash extension look. This may be your mascara if you…
✓ Love the near-falsies look without the hassle of false lashes
✓ Have fine, thin lashes that usually need multiple layers of mascara
✓ Enjoy all the lash volume, length, and definition you can get
✓ Like adding more layers later in the day
✓ Want volume, but have oily skin prone to shedding mascaras (oil doesn’t move blinc)
✓ Want volume, but have sensitive skin/eyes that can’t tolerate mascara flaking (blinc is flake-free)
How to apply tubing mascara
How to remove tubing mascara
No need for 3+ makeup removal products. No more aggressively rubbing your eyes and dealing with floating specks.
Since this isn’t your regular oil based mascara, oil and water-based makeup removers aren’t necessary.
All you need to do is thoroughly wet your lashes and apply light pressure. We recommend gently using plenty of water and your fingers, a damp cotton pad, or a damp washcloth. This loosens the tubes enough to come off. The tubes will slide off your eyelashes like a cap off a pen.
Tubing mascara encases each lash in a single tube. The tubes will slide off in a whole piece, not in flakes. In fact, removing your mascara might look like your lashes are falling out. We promise, these are just the tubes—your lashes are safe and sound.
This removal process is less for your eyes and the skin around them. It doesn’t require the rubbing that makeup removers need. Plus, the mascara doesn’t leave a tint or residue behind. No more renegade eye specks and gray tears!
Makeup removers (especially oil-based ones) don’t work on blinc mascaras. Water-based removers may work, but have mixed results.
We recommend FIRST removing your blinc mascara with plenty of water and light pressure, THEN completing the rest of your makeup removal routine.
◉ you want to condition your lashes before going to bed
◉ you have trouble keeping your lashes separated when applying mascara by itself
◉ you want to build some lash volume before applying your mascara
◉ you would like to have a nourishing layer over your lashes
We recommend the black primer if you’d like to use a black or dark brown mascara. We recommend the white primer if you’d like to use a colored mascara.
◉ you use a curler for your lashes, but it doesn’t hold its shape
◉ you can’t seem to avoid the lash “dent” with regular curlers
◉ your lashes stick out/curl too much with traditional curlers
◉ you want to achieve a specific lash-fanning shape
◉ you worry about tearing or breaking your lashes with a traditional curler (it happens!)
◉ you find that traditional curlers don’t keep your lashes separated
We recommend using a heated lash curler on clean lashes before applying any product.
The OG tubing mascara — adds both volume and length without smudging or flaking.
It’s great for sensitive eyes or those prone to watering at the most inconvenient of times.
Finally [blinc's tubing mascara], a mascara that won't irritate sensitive eyes.
[blinc Mascara Amplified] won’t pull off your lashes like many other waterproof products.
blinc's new (original) tubing mascara truly achieves the impossible.