CHEAPER THAN MUFE AQUA SEAL
And does the same thing. What I like about this product is that it contains less ingredients than its contender, which I'd like to believe might be better for your eyes or any other place you use it. And this is a better value, allowing you to get 1 1\2 times the amount for less than the price of one MUFE aqua seal bottle (retails for $21, last time I checked). The only slight difference I find between this product and the MUFE is that MUFE dries a bit quicker and very hard. You have a little bit more time working with Duraline. I don't use this to "rehydrate" my gel liners though. I purchased isododecane, a top ingredient in many water proof cosmetic formulas, at very low cost ($4 for 4 oz). This works like a charm with any cracked, crumbly, dried out gel liner. A few drops added to marinate in the gel liner for less than ten minutes, and it's amazingly brand new and almost better than before. I get more pigmentation out of my gel liners, surprisingly. It's very simple, and the bottle I have will last for decades, as it has a very long shelf life.
Fab multi-tasking product
As everyone else has said, this turns powders into liquids and revived dried-out gel liners. I've used this as a base for glitter and custom matte lip colours. It is lip safe (make sure the pigment you're using is too!) and it lasts throughout a shoot, making it a great alternative to lip gloss.
Duraline (Mixing Medium)
Hey dolls! As you all know (and if you don't you will now) I work for Inglot Cosmetics... I wanted to review this products because I feel like its a MUST HAVE! Why? Well for starters it's super affordable. Sadly, my stores is always selling out of this stuff, lol. If you don't know what a mixing medium is, well it pretty much turns anything into liquid. Pigments can now be used as a liner.. it also helps a dried up product come back to life. Awesome awesome awesome stuff.
Turn any pigment into liner
This is a great product it does a fantastic job in turning any pigment into a liner. I have even used this product to bring my MUFE gel liner back to life (bc if dried up) I love it and think it's a must have
This is my one and only HG of mixing mediums. It makes my pigments like liquid metal, it has massive staying power and a drop really goes a long way. Not to mention the price is amazing and beautylish carries it now yay xxoo
A must have!
Get your mitts on this once you can. It's truly amazing. It's a mixing medium that can be applied to any powder or gel to make it into a liquid. Great for when your liner has dried out. Must have!
Duraline is something we are ALWAYS sold out of at INGLOT Aventura!!! This is an awesome mixing medium that not only waterproofs what it comes in contact with but also keeps the product true to color and finish. This product is also great for those of you who do NOT use INGLOT gel liner (which is a shame cause it is by far the best gel liner ever) but another company's such a black track from MAC that tends to dry out due to poor packaging or maybe you accidentally left it open. Mix in a drop or two and your gel liner will be good as NEW!!!
Holy Mother of Mixing Mediums!
I heard great things about this product, but I didn't have much of a reason to get it until recently. I bought Inglot's AMC Gel eyeliner in 77 (black) and loved how pigmented and intense it was. However, it seemed to dry out quite quickly, less than a month after I got it to be exact. It would apply in a chunky fashion, was draggy on the skin, and dried too quickly to apply in the thick, dramatic cat-eye look that I like. But then I bought Duraline, applied just a drop to the gel eyeliner, gently mixed it in, and like magic it turned my AMC gel eyeliner into almost a liquid eyeliner formula without changing the intensity of the pigment. Basically, it turned it into the blackest black liquid eyeliner which easily creates sharp but smooth lines and dries to an almost bulletproof finish! I am floored! I haven't tried it with any lose pigment yet, but I have high hopes. Since you only need a drop, this little bottle should last ages; plus I love the button on top of the cap that helps dispense the liquid.
Make whatever you want!
This is my favorite mixing medium. I use it professionally and personally. I have used it to make blood, paint body designs, mix eyeliner, revitalize a dry product, and I once used it to make colored mascara. Duraline is so affordable and so useful that everyone should have a bottle. I more recently used it at a comic book convention to make a "Forgotten Doll" look. I did a test run on myself and it came out wonderful.