Blinc Cosmetics invented tubing mascara technology over 30 years ago. Tubing mascara is a type of mascara formula that creates tiny polymers that wrap around each individual lash. Unlike traditional mascara and waterproof mascaras, it’s not an oil-based paint. It's water-resistant, ultra long wear formula is smudge-proof and can't run, flake, or smear for ultimate staying power.
It is easy to remove and doesn’t require a makeup remover to come off. All you need is plenty of warm water and light pressure. This loosens the tubes and they slide off your lashes.
It’s a great option for people with sensitive eyes, contact lenses, oily skin, humid hometowns, and busy lifestyles.
How Do You Use Tubing Mascara?
Applying tubing mascara is similar to applying traditional mascara. Use the wand to distribute the formula from the base of your lashes up to the tips. Apply extra on the tips if you like a lengthened effect using Blinc's Lash Extension Tubing Mascara. Or build more layers if you’d like to boost volume with Blinc's UltraVolume Tubing Mascara.
How Do You Take off Tubing Mascara?
Tubing mascara removal process is fast and easy, making it one of its most popular benefits. All you need is warm water and pressure.
Start by thoroughly soaking your lashes with water through the shower head or as you're washing your face. Then, gently apply fingertip pressure to your lashes. The water loosens each tube and the pressure slides them off the lashes. The individual tubes will slide off your lashes in a single piece.
Do not use makeup removers as they don’t effectively remove a real tubing mascara.
What are the Benefits of Tubing Mascara?
- Tubing mascara has significant health benefits compared to regular mascara.
- It's safer for your eyes because it can't flake and cause irritation.
- It's safer for your eyelids and under-eye skin since it's easier to remove without the need for harsh eye makeup remover or rubbing. This helps protect the delicate, sensitive skin around your eyes.
- It's safer for your pores and tear ducts because there's no residue that can clogg them over time.
- If you’re prone to eye infections, styes, and eye sensitivity, then Blinc Tubing Mascara is an excellent option for you.
How can you tell if a mascara is a real tubing mascara?
Just because a brand calls a mascara a “tubing mascara” doesn’t mean it uses true Blinc tubing technology. Some mascaras that aren’t real tubing mascaras will use similar names like tubular mascara or tube mascara.
Here are a few ways to determine whether a mascara is real tubing mascara technology:
- Does it require a makeup remover to come off? If it does, then it’s not authentic tubing technology. When you apply makeup remover, tubing formula doesn't break down like traditional makeup.
- Does it run or smear after you've applied it? If it does, then it’s probably a regular oil-based formula. Once it dries, a genuine tubing mascara sets, and you can't smear or make it run even if you try!
- Can it flake throughout the day? If so, then it’s not tubing. Tubing technology sets as a single tube, rather than as a paint that can flake off layer by layer.
- Are polymers in the ingredient list? If so, then it's a tubing mascara. This ingredient creates the casing for each lash.
- Does it leave raccoon eyes? When you remove a tubing mascara, it won't turn into gray or black residue. Instead, it comes off in tiny tubes.
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