Inglot Duraline is f*cking awesome and you need it. NOW.
“What can Duraline do”, you ask? What CAN’T it do?!?!
Inglot Duraline can:
- Breathe life into your crusty old brow pots and gel eyeliners
- Create waterproof liquid colors out of powder pigments
- Make sure that glitter remains stuck to your eyelid no matter what the hour or temperature is
- Send all of your exes into a deep depression for leaving you
- Make your mother get off your back about everything
- Fix your allergies
Ok, fine, maybe I made the last three up. (I did.) But it does the first three, and more!
Inglot humbly describes Duraline as follows:
Waterless clear liquid that can intensify the color of any powder and transform it into an easy to apply, water resistant liquid.
You get 9 ml/0.30 US FL OZ for $13 (or Rs. 1300 if you are in Pakistan).
How I like to use Inglot Duraline
1. To revive dried up cream products
Inglot Duraline is a great way of getting dried and crusted up brow pomades and gel liners to work again. I simply add a drop or two into the pot, and mix with a brush/toothpick/back of a spoon. You can add more if you think two drops won’t cut it, but this method works great, especially with Inglot AMC Gel Eyeliners. (Those are the f’ing bomb; review coming soon.)
2. To create waterproof liquid colors out of powder pigments
Here’s what I do: I take a bit of loose or pressed pigments, add them to a mixing tray, and add a drop or two of Inglot Duraline (a little goes a loooong way with Duraline). I mix them with a brush (like an eyeliner brush) and voila! A creamy, waterproof, smudge-proof, highly pigmented liquid version of the powder is created. In the pop art look I did below, I used Duraline and a blue Colourpop pressed eye shadow to create the tears.
Note: To use pressed powder with Duraline, simply take out a tiny portion of the powder using a cosmetic spatula, and place it on a mixing tray. Both are available from Amazon.
3. As a base for glitter pigments
To make sure loose or pressed glitter pigments stay where you want them to (such as the eyelids), and don’t stray, you can dispense a little of the pigment into a mixing tray and add one to two drops of Inglot Duraline. Use a brush to mix, and then apply where you fancy.
Do I recommend Inglot Duraline?
Hell yes! I think it is priced reasonably for how unique and useful the product is, and how little of it is needed to work wonders with makeup . A word of caution: do not keep adding Duraline to a product. You need only a tiny amount. My advice is to add a drop, mix, and then add more accordingly.
Inglot US online ($13), Macy’s online, and Inglot stores in Pakistan (Rs. 1300)
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