Blinc Eyeliner

by Lisa Heath

Last month I received a sample of Blinc eyeliner.   I left it in its little package for a month because when I tested Blinc mascara back in October – it was awful.  The mascara made my lashes a clumpy mess… trying to fix it made it worse.  When I got their eyeliner I scrunched my nose and set it aside in my “don’t want” sample box.

I lost my normal black eyeliner… still not quite sure where it went.  So i brought out Blinc eyeliner and opened the packaging and I am really glad I did.

Blinc eyeliner comes in 4 shades – Black, Brown, Gray and Blue.  I received black to sample.

The brush is very thin and easy to control.  I got a nice thin line with it – one thing I hate about brushes on liquid liners is that sometimes the line gets thicker in random areas of the eye and it can be difficult to control (and fix!).   I put it on at 7:00 am and its 7:30pm now and the eyeliner hasn’t smudged, budged, flaked, transferred, faded or anything!  Love it!

Blinc’s website says that this eyeliner is ideal for those with sensitive eyes, contact lens wearers and active people in search of an eyeliner whose look, hold and ease of removal is without compromise.

This product claims:

“Only when you are ready for removal, the layer of color will effortlessly slide off your skin into your hand without the use of a harsh makeup remover. It’s better than waterproof!”

Removing this eyeliner is extremely easy, a little warm water and light pressure and it just slides right off!  I really doubted it would be that easy – but it really is!

Would I purchase again?  Yes i would!


Blinc Eyeliner comes in a .21 oz tube and retails for $24.00 at Sephora

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Sairsyfairy January 4, 2012 - 8:01 pm

This looks really good, I have never used a liquid eyeliner before, but may give this a try!

Lisa January 4, 2012 - 8:34 pm

I prefer liquid liners because pencils tend to transfer into my crease or give me raccoon eyes :( I want to use this for a bit and see if it thickens up (some do and become hard to work with). If it doesn’t do that – I will definitely buy a full tube!


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