Blinc Lash Primer Review

Although Blinc is virtually a no name by some it doesn’t fail at creating an amazing lash primer that I simply love!

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Personally I don’t see Blinc as playing ball with the big league mascaras out there however they make a solid line of products that deliver on their promises.

One such product would be the Blinc Lash Primer. I’ve been using Blinc Lash Primer for over a year now and I simply haven’t found a better primer and I’ve tried alot!

I noticed in my primer travels that most cause spiky lashes, cake my mascara, and just generally make a mess and by the way what the hell is the point of a lash primer anyway! Seems like another endless step in the beauty routine!

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Blinc’s Lash Primer has changed my mind completely about lash primers and made me realize how beneficial it is to use one prior to to mascara. As I said most primers have just created a mess for me however this one succeeds at making lashes longer while conditioning them and causing less breakage.

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One key benefit to the primer is the fact that it adds both length and volume to my lashes. Yes, I can achieve both with a curler and a good mascara however the primer does add at least 2 to 3 times the amount of volume and length I’d get by solely using my curler and mascara plus it offers protection against breakage. I find I lose alot less lashes in the eye makeup and mascara removel when I’ve used a primer prior to my mascara. I felt like this would be extremely beneficial if you’re Asian as Asian girls tend to have smaller lashes with alot of breakage and this might protect against breakage and also offer extra length and volume for short, stubbier lashes!

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The formula is simply wonderful as well. Unlike other primers I tried it doesn’t sport that strange elmer glue style texture that makes my lashes clumpy and spiky. Although the formula is white it goes on clear and smooths on as if I’m just using simple water on my lashes!

All in all it’s become a part of my daily beauty routine and a real staple product. The primer is $16 USD and used to be available from Sephora however they have since stopped carrying the primer but you can find it on the Blinc website.

I’m on my 2nd tube of this since discovering it over a year ago so it definately gets a Muse Approval for purchase!

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Works a treat and does what it promises makes it a staple product for the Muse! Try it out the Muse thinks you’ll love it as much as I do!

If you wanna nab a steal and a deal head over to Dermstore to purchase it and using code TOTALBEAUTY92 to get 10% off your purchase!

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Too Faced Lash Injection Pint Point Mascara

I’m busy testing out a majority of the Too Faced Smoke & Mirrors Fall Collection but I did notice that Too Faced happened to extend the line to include Too Faced Lash Injection Pin Point Mascara.

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I’m not too much of a fan of the regular Lash Injection however I am slightly curious about Lash Injection Pin Point as it does sound promising!

At $19.50 USD it’s a nice rounded price for mascara plus it promises precision application to lashes and looks like it might be able to come through on those promises with the tiny brush it sports.

It is a fiber mascara which does turn me off as I’m not a big lover of fiber mascaras however it does look very interesting!

Anyone try it yet?

Want to?

Tell the Muse!

If you’re lemming it it’s available now from Sephora.

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Benefit B Spot Winners!

Hey there, Hi there, Happy Monday!

How’s your day going so far? Mine is complete stress! One of the seven fans in my gaming box went boom last night so I’ve been going NUTS trying to locate a new one! Anyone know where I can find a 92MM M35105-58 with ball bearings and frames? I figure it’s worth a shot asking! The worst part is it’s one of the three fans that are cooling the CPU and I’m NOT in the mood to reconfigure the box fans to blow onto the CPU so I’m aimlessly wandering gaming forums and IRC asking around for a swap! At this point I’ll take anything new or used! My CPU is overclocked so it’s either find a new fan or sit down and rip the fans out and rearrange them! Nooooooooooo!

On top of that my work load is triple today since it’s Monday so I’m quite nuts! Plus I’m behind on comments and my email box is about to burst!

Can anything else go wrong today?

Grumpy Muse am I!

But hey some good news comes out of all this! The Winners to the Benefit B Spot contest!

Yay!

I got some interesting answers to the following question: where does the name and the “concept” Babel Fish originate from? Hint: Look to my profile and you’ll notice a hint and a clue that may help you solve this little puzzle!

Watch the clip below for the correct answer:

The hint in my profile would be the fact that my location reads: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe which is the 2nd Book in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Series.

So now you know that the babel fish I was referring to was from a series of brilliant books by the author Douglas Adams.

And the winners are………

Asta
Abby
and Marta

Congrats guys!

Just send me over an email with your address and I’ll send your prize over!

Thanks to everyone who participated and if you didn’t win this round you always have next time to look forward too!

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The Beauty Ideal: Color Optional Article by the Muse

The Muse’s mate, Lilan, from The Daily Cookie was the editor of this month’s Beauty Blog Network’s Beauty Ideal articles and the Muse was asked to be a guest writer. Damn can I tell you how bloody hard it was me to write such a short article? It’s difficult not to babble on and on!

Check out my article “Color Optional” by clicking below and tell me whatcha think!

Happy Reading!

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Muse Spotlight: Good, Bad, and Great Concealers

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Over the course of the next two weeks or so I’ll be bringing you a review a day of eye concealers that I’ve tried and either hated or absolutely loved!

I’m still on the search for my holy grail eye concealer but I have run across many that are extremely good finds. Even some budget ones that work amazingly well!

Sit back and enjoy spotlight reviews on Good, Bad, and Great Concealers!

Tell me all about what concealer you’re using and loving at the moment or tell me about the ones that didn’t work at all!

Comment box is open!

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The round up so far includes reviews for all of the following concealers! Click through my reviews below! Happy Reading!

Make Up For Ever Lift Concealer Review

L’Oreal Visible Lift Concealer Review

Patricia Wexler, M.D. Instant Airbrush Concealer Pen Review

Lancome Effacernes Waterproof Concealer Review

Physicians Formula Circle RX Concealer Review

Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer Review

Lancome Maquicomplet Coverage Concealer Review

Jelly Pong Pong Nicola Roberts Dainty Doll Concealer Review

Clarins Instant Light Eye Perfecting Base

Eyeko Touch Up & Go Concealer

Cargo Blu_Ray Concealer Review


Lorac Double Feature Concealer Highlighter Duo Review


Bobbi Brown Corrector Concealer Review

Diorskin Face Pro-Styler Palette Review

Sana Make Essence Concealer Review

Prescriptives Flawless Skin Total Protection Concealer Review

More reviews coming soon! Check back!

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