Create intensely curled and lifted lashes with this enriched, 100% natural vegan mascara from INIKA.
With the smudge-resistant formula and the specially designed curling brush, every eyelash is evenly colored and lifted at the same time. From the hairline to the very tip of the eyelashes.
Caring carnauba wax and vitamin E separate your eyelashes, ensure that they stay in place and are richly colored.
- Lift, gives length and curl.
- Specially designed brush to lift, separate and curl each lash.
- None - few lumps
- Long lasting
- No aggressive synthetic ingredients
- No animal-derived ingredients (certified vegan)
- 100% natural, not tested on animals.
- Packed with nourishing and protective ingredients for more vital and healthier eyelashes (carnauba wax, castor oil, vitamin E, vitamin C, magnolia bark extract, sunflower oil).
- Mineral pigments for intense, richly colored eyelashes.
Most water resistant
Our experience: Waterproof in pure mascaras does not (yet) exist. Of all the mascaras in our range, the INIKA mascaras are the most water resistant. An alternative is a Dr Hauschka's mascara in combination with Dr Hauschka's Brow & Lash Gel that fixes
- Apply the mascara in an upward motion from the root to the outer tip. To lift and curl your eyelashes.
- If necessary, apply several layers on top of each other for more curl and volume.
Tip from the make-up artist: do you want a 'doll eye' look? Then first apply a layer of Long Lash mascara to give your eyelashes extra length. Then apply the Curvy Lash mascara for extra lift and curl.
Aqua (Water), Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax*, Stearic Acid, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil*, Propanediol , Pentylene Glycol (Sugar Cane), Glyceryl Stearate Se, C10-18 Triglycerides, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Honokiol (Magnolia Bark Extract), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Hydroxide, Galactoarabinan, Iron Oxides (CI 77499). *Certified Organic
NB: Propanediol has been marketed as a healthy alternative to propylene glycol (PG) , which is an irritating ingredient and also potentially toxic to organs. It is used as a solvent or to promote the viscosity (thick fluidity) of a product. In addition to cosmetics, it is also used, for example, in printer ink or antifreeze. Propanediol for organic/natural cosmetic products is made from corn or sugar. There is also a variant made from petroleum. As is now known from research, propanediol is safe to use, but more research is needed to confirm this definitively.
The EWG Cosmetic Database indicates that the ingredient alone poses a low risk (score 2 out of 10). There is enough data available to conclude this. It can possibly irritate the eyes, skin or lungs, but given the score 2, this does not happen very often. Partly depending on the concentration of the ingredient used. Our experience so far is that customers with high allergy/skin irritation sensitivity tolerate INIKA mascaras, which contain propaleniol, very well. Even if they can't stand any other brand. The 'stacking' effect of long-term use of multiple products containing propaleniol remains to be investigated. We keep an eye on new research into the ingredient.
Our advice: limit the use of products with propaleniol to one or two products where the ingredient is not one of the first three ingredients in the ingredients list. And alternate with products without this ingredient.