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Beirut, Lebanon | Monday, 1 September 2014

Inglot Duraline: Transforming Eyeshadows

Hello beauties,

Today I bring you a product review and a how to on a product that I think every makeup addict like myself should own, Inglot's Duraline. Duraline has been on my wishlist for quite some time now but I finally managed to grab it while here in Lebanon. I honestly don't know what took me so long because this is officially my new secret weapon.

The Product:

Inglot Duraline is a waterless clear liquid that transforms any powder into an intense and easy to apply liquid. It is Paraben free and not tested on animals. It comes in a small, sleek bottle with 9ML of liquid inside. The bottle has a dropper that allows you to release the exact amount of liquid that you need.
How to:

Duraline can be used in several ways but it all revolves around the idea of turning a powder into a liquid. By scraping eyeshadow onto a mixing trap then mixing it with Duraline, you can create any liner color or extremely intense lid color you want. The intensity can be customized according to the amount of eyeshadow you add. 

Mix the eyeshadow and Duraline, with a liner brush or a flat shader brush, very well so you get a smooth, clump free formula.

Avoid adding it directly on top of your eyeshadow pan because the consistency of the eyeshadow will change.
Scraped eyeshadow - 'Betrayal' from Urban Decay Vice 2 Palette
Duraline can also be used as a base for your other eyeshadows, allowing the colors you are working with to be vivid and intense.

Another way that you can use Duraline is by mixing a drop of it into your dried gel eyeliner. You will extend the life and staying power of your gel liner. It will literally be as good as new. If it dries out again after a couple of uses just add another drop, you'll be able to actually use up your gel liner. Don't overdo it with the amount of drops you add, I added an extra drop into my gel liner and now it takes too long to dry when I do my winged liner, one drop is just enough to get you the right consistency.
Before (Left) - After (Right)
I hope you enjoyed this quick post.

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6 comments

  1. Great post. I suggest you to try the ELF makeup lock and seal. Get it from iHerb. I have 4 bottles of this and I Love it. I have never tried Inglot Duraline but can say from your description that is ia just an expensive version of ELF lock and seal. Try it and let me know.

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    1. Hey Ayesha! It is in my iherb cart so I'm definitely going to try it out, I heard good things about it. The Inglot Duraline is not that expensive, its for 9$ in the US but not sure of how much it costs here in UAE.

      x

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  2. Sounds like a great product and perfect for a makeup lover like you, Sarah :)

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