As far as I know, Inglot Duraline is a one-of-a-kind product. I haven’t come across anything quite like it myself (though of course there could be a similar product somewhere on the market).
Inglot Duraline comes in an unassuming clear bottle– the price tag is equally unassuming, considering it’s about $12 a bottle, and a bottle will last you a lifetime. Inglot is a professional makeup brand, so it isn’t heavily marketed to the average consumer. Duraline isn’t exactly makeup– it’s more like a makeup accessory. This elixir is intended to freshen up your dried-out cream products (or transform a powder product into a long-wearing liquid).
You could use Inglot with anything your heart desired, but I find it to be ideal for rejuvenating my dried out gel/cream eyeliners and my Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade. No matter how dedicated you are to your gel liner, it’s pretty much impossible to finish the whole jar before it dries out (even if you are a dedicated lid-closer). Inglot is the perfect solution– just one drop is plenty to revive the gel (or make it better than ever, when paired with certain drugstore formulas). A little goes a long way, and it can be helpful to mix it in (or add it as needed). Play around, and know that Inglot Duraline will help you get the most out of your makeup.
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