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Lashliner

What it is:A lash line enhancing and conditioning treatment.What it does: Lash addicts beware: Buxom Lashliner is highly habit-forming. This may look like just a liner, but it's also a thickening and conditioning treatment that instantly takes the appearance of your lashes from hardly any to very many. This mineral-rich, paraben-free, whipped gel formula glides on like a liquid liner and dries to a long-wearing smudge proof eyeliner. The formula is made with natural ingredients, including vitamins A, C, and E Honeysuckle Jojoba Oil Soy Protein Tourmaline and Biotin (vitamin B), which support healthy lashes. In one fluid stroke, you can fill in the base of your lashes—making them appear lusciously longer and fuller. This product is ophthalmologist tested and safe for contact lens wearers. The result: Healthy, lust-worthy lashes that have no limits.What this product is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- PhthalatesResearch results:- 88% of women agreed Buxom Lashliner stayed put all day- 76% of women claimed Buxom Lashliner made their lashes more dramatic.-88% of women agreed Buxom Lashliner stayed put all day.-76% of women claimed Buxom Lashliner made their lashes more dramatic.
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Questions & Answers for Buxom Lashliner

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Does anyone know how this compares to MAC Blacktrack liner?
asked 8 years, 7 months ago
kittycatthunder
[ greensburg pa ]
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
application and texture's about the same. mac's stayed on better for me personally though. buxon has a glossier finish.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
lazyasian
[ brooklyn, ny ]
answer 2
This product is a little bit drier than MAC trackliners but stays on longer.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
travelgurl52
[ Yadkinville, NC ]
answer 3
I find it's very similar. I feel like this maybe a little more creamy. This product is 15.00 and I'm not sure what MAC is but I have used both and they are very similar. You may want to check amount of product you get also because I feel like MAC's you may get more product.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
cwild
[ Minneapolis, MN ]
answer 4
Just like it, without all the horrible chemicals. The consistency is somewhat different, I can tell b/c I used MAC for so long, but its just a getting used to kind of thing. It is just as bold, long wearing, and water proof.
answered 8 years, 6 months ago
buxomme
[ Santa Ana, CA ]
answer 5
Mac fluidline is a lot better in terms of application, because it is a lot smoother and creamier. However I recommend this because of the conditoning and natural ingredients in this. Especially since its liner, you will be using it around the eyes, so why not go for something that is less harmful
answered 8 years, 6 months ago
luvluvmakeup23
[ Vancouver, BC ]
answer 6
Blacktrack has a more matte finish. This is more glossy, and a little harder to apply. It needs more time to set and dry than blacktrack but it will last all day, just the same. AND it has made my lashes fuller, where blacktrack did not.

Overall, the application and finish of the MAC was better, but I really want long, full lashes so it's worth it to me to use this.
answered 8 years, 6 months ago
candice3511
[ White, GA ]
Question
What's the consistency?
I've only seen the testers in stores and they seem kind of firm and it doesn't seem like they would be easy to apply. Is this the actual consistency or are the testers just dried out?
asked 8 years, 6 months ago
bobblann
[ Virginia Beach, VA ]
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
I believe that the testers dried out. I keep my lids on tight so mine are creamy.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
travelgurl52
[ Yadkinville, NC ]
answer 2
The testers may be a little dried out but it is a firmer consistency. However, it still spreads very easily and stays in place once applied.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
netsirk1026
[ Columbus, Ohio ]
answer 3
That is the consistancy, but it goes on very nice. And blends beautifully.
Use a good brush.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
charstar
[ Prescott, AZ ]
answer 4
The testers may be a bit dried out. If you are familiar with MAC fluidline, UD Ink for Eyes or Maybelline gel liners, they all have a firmir consistency than this one by BUXOM. IT's really easy to use!
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
mermadelove
[ Newport, VT ]
answer 5
Very creamy, and smudgeable. mine hasn't dried out at all but a lot of people have said that theres has dried up fairly quickly.
answered 8 years, 6 months ago
selise
[ CT ]
answer 6
It is actually really rich and smooth. It just melts right to the brush.
answered 8 years, 6 months ago
ladylynx
[ Seattle,WA ]
Question
In your opinion, is this easier to apply than liquid eyeliner?
asked 8 years, 5 months ago
jackadoodledo
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
Yes, because it's a creamy consistency you have a lot more control applying the liner. My suggestion is to apply it with a thin angled eyebrow brush (which is a bit bigger than a regular eyeliner brush) for even more control. Just go slow at first and you'll get the hang of it. It took me a lot more time to put on liquid than a cream liner for sure!
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
lillypie2
[ Toronto,ON ]
answer 2
Much easier to apply than liquid liner and I like using a brush as opposed to using a pencil.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
rsmith451
[ PHX, AZ ]
answer 3
I use the Buxom lashliner brush and I find it so much easier than liquid liner. The formula is thicker and easier to apply. I think the formula looks better than liquid--not as harsh.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
travelgurl52
[ Yadkinville, NC ]
answer 4
Yes, by a long shot!
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
charstar
[ Prescott, AZ ]
answer 5
This is easier to apply than liquid liner because it has a thicker consistency and since it's smudgable, you have time to correct before it sets if you make a mistake.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
mermadelove
[ Newport, VT ]
answer 6
To be it is because with some liquid eyeliners you don't have much control of the brush but with this you can control the amount of product you use and where it goes. It is also a little thicker so it doesn't go on as quickly and doesn't smidge.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
cwild
[ Minneapolis, MN ]
Question
Is this precise like liquid liner?
I've never tried gel before, only liquid. I don't want a smudged raccoon eye look with this like regular pencils can do. I want it to be neat.
asked 8 years, 5 months ago
Anonymous
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
This does not come with an aplicator you would have to get a very small brush and work with it, at first it can get messy but I think is easier than liquid if you have the right tool of aplication :)
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
fatsimax
answer 2
No it is not precise like liquid. It is more blendable, and smokey. If you like a real defined line, it may not be the best for you.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
charstar
[ Prescott, AZ ]
answer 3
This can draw a precise, crisp line with the right tool ( I use an angled liner brush when I want this effect) or a softer line.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
mermadelove
[ Newport, VT ]
answer 4
Not as precise as liquid eyeliner as it does not go on as smoothly; better to apply in shorter strokes.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
avwh
[ NY, NY ]
answer 5
With anything that isn't pencil you have to be careful to let it dry a little but this is easier to use then liquid because it's not as wet and you can control the amount of product you can use. You may also want to try some of MAC's eyeliners. They look like pencils but they go on creamy and smoothly they work like a pencil but you get a better result.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
cwild
[ Minneapolis, MN ]
answer 6
YES! Since it's a pot of eyeliner if depends on your eyeliner pencil. I use a angled eyeliner pencil and I love that because you can just press down on the lash line instead of having to draw a straight line.
answered 8 years, 5 months ago
cwild
[ Minneapolis, MN ]
Question
This or That?
I haven't had a gel liner before and am wondering if I should get MACs BlackTrak FluidLine or the Buxom Lashes gel liner. Also, what eyeliner brush would you recommend for a first-timer?
asked 8 years, 3 months ago
Anonymous
[ Salem, OR ]
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
I prefer the buxom lashliner because of the the formula. It has thickening and conditioning treatment. Mac F. is just as good but not the natural ingredietns. I would also use an angel liner brush. Not the pointed one because I've been unsuccessful with the water line and it hurts.
answered 8 years, 2 months ago
prettyflower
[ Antioch, ca ]
answer 2
Honestly, I'd say go with the MAC blacktrack for your first gel liner. Any angled brush will do, but the smaller the brush, the more control. Mine is actually from an art store, it's a super tiny angled brush that works beautifully and cost much less than most makeup brushes.
answered 8 years, 2 months ago
damnitsasha
[ Chicago, IL ]
answer 3
Thanks! So many people say MACs gel liner is the best but I guess they haven't tried this one!
answered 8 years, 3 months ago
chrissylovesmu
[ Salem, OR ]
answer 4
Hi there --

This eyeliner is great, and it is due in part to the brush I use. I definitely recommend the 'Slanted Eyeliner Brush' from bare escentuals. Perfect.
answered 8 years, 3 months ago
veronicab33
[ Kansas City, MO ]
answer 5
Buxom is Best...and this is coming from a MAC girl. Use Sephora's bent liner brush for flawless results with even the shakiest hand. It's easy to find...it's bent just before the brush starts. Always clean the brush or the bristles will start to fray making liner application a nightmare. :)
answered 8 years, 3 months ago
popofcolorlover
[ Western MA ]
answer 6
Buxom Lashes gel liner!!!
You will definitely need an angled eye liner brush. It takes a little practice, but well worth the effort.
Make sure you use a good eye makeup remover at night as well.
answered 8 years, 3 months ago
prncpsademili
[ Peoria, Il ]
Question
How do you apply this?
I was wondering how you would apply this on your eye lashes? Also, when using it as an eyeliner, can you use a brush to apply, in/outside the eye? How long does it last, and does it dry out in the pot? Thanks for the help!
asked 8 years, 2 months ago
trekbuff
[ Gales Ferry, CT ]
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
You don't apply this to your lashes directly, as it is a gel eyeliner. However, I can see where you might think that, since it is supposed to help eyelashes grow. Mostly where that comes from I would imagine, is conditioning the roots of your lashes while applied as eyeliner. As far as application goes, you just need a good eyeliner brush, I prefer the hooked kind.
answered 8 years ago
laurenbelle
[ Midland, TX ]
answer 2
Use an eye liner brush. I use a be thin skinny brush and a thicker smudger brush on the outer corners. It lasts all day if you do not have allergies or constantly rub your eyes. If you do, try tartes liner pots. If you rub your eyes OFTEN, it will smudge eventually (tarte and Bobbi Brown will not). It does not dry out quick if you keep the lid closed properly (had mine about four months/still creamy like the day I bought it). Tarte pots dry out easier but like the color and way it applies the best. Bobbi Brown lasts forever and is the best one for very sensitive eyes that are always watering, it sticks better than teflon.
answered 8 years ago
quesoluvr
[ Bethlehem, PA ]
answer 3
I personally like to use an angled eyeliner brush (I use one by Sigma, but an good angled brush will do) and dip it into the pot. A little goes a long way with this product since it is creamy, but it's very easy to work with. I would definitely recommend it to a beginner. It stays very well for me (I usually use it to tightline my upper lid, but it works well on my lid as well). I have had mine for a year and it has not dried out. I hope this helps!
answered 8 years ago
Anonymous
answer 4
To apply this product, I use a liner brush. I bent it at the tip for easier application. I just "dip" it into the lashliner & it applies smoothly :)
answered 8 years ago
mamadoll33
[ Timmins, ON ]
answer 5
I've used this for a while, no drying in the pot, although I guess other reviewers have had this problem. I have had my pot for at least 6 months, probably longer though. I apply it with a slanted brush, but if you look on youtube you will find a TON of different videos that show you how to apply liquid or gel liners. I would suggest picking a day when you don't go out and just playing with it! Gel liner is really the best, IMO, but I only use it on the top lid (it is really difficult to apply to the lower lashline).
answered 8 years, 1 month ago
fortheloveof38
[ San Francisco, CA ]
answer 6
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answered 8 years, 2 months ago
1877SEPHORA
[ San Francisco, CA ]
Question
Do the Buxom brushes work well with the other BE mineral/powder shadows & vice versa?
I was wondering if anyone has used any of the Buxom brushes with the BE minerals shadows and liners, and, if so, how did they do? I'd hate to spend the money on the brushes if I can ONLY use them on the Buxom liners/shadows. I'm just getting started with the Buxom eye make-up, with the exception of the mascara, so I'm not sure how much I will use it. I LOVE the BE minerals/powders for EVERYTHING, so I'm a little leery about stepping away from them. They're all I've used since the very 1st time I tried BE 12 years ago. I threw out everything else the very 1st day I tried BE and have never looked back. I've never really used cream shadows/liners, but since it's BE, I thought I'd give it a try. Any advice re: Buxom shadows/liners and brushes? I'm a "blinded by the white" ;) pale redhead with blue eyes if that helps with suggestions. Thanks for the help and taking the time. It's much appreciated!

PS Sorry about the length :)
asked 8 years, 2 months ago
trekbuff
[ Gales Ferry, CT ]
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
Don't buy into the sticking with brands hype. Brushes are interchangeable.
answered 7 years, 5 months ago
lenajc
[ Austin, TX ]
answer 2
Don't be afraid to use them, they are great. i have used them and they are great. I use them for all eyeshadows and mineral foundations, so keep it up, you/ll love it.
answered 7 years, 6 months ago
arytata77
[ paterson ]
answer 3
I interchage my brushes with good results. Just be sure to wipe them clean after each use.
answered 7 years, 6 months ago
organizedmayhem
[ Bridge City, Texas ]
answer 4
Yes! You can absolutely use that brush with your minerals. Like you, I began using BE 12 years ago and I used a liner brush much like the Buxom brush. You can get your liner as thick or thin as you like, wet or dry, top or bottom lashes. This little brush is great, easy to hold, and short (but not too short) so you can get close to the mirror. I'm very happy with it and am picking up spares!
answered 7 years, 6 months ago
msrose
[ Memphis, TN ]
answer 5
I am very pale too (the fair be foundation is almost light enough for me, I use it but have to add a matte white loose powder shadow to get it lighter...yup that pale) with auburn hair and green eyes. I like the buxom cream shadow brush, but I actually like the be wet/dry shadow brush with them too depending on what I am going for. The buxom brush puts a good amount of product down while the be wet/dry puts it down semi sheer. I like to use the buxom cream shadow brush in my crease. The wet/dry everywhere else. I wish I remembered the color you said your eyes were, do not like that you cannot look at the question as you type. As for colors I love; mutt (looks dark but goes on nice and sheer/beautiful color for any eye color but especially blue), schnauzer (pretty purple great for brown/green eyes); I cannot remember the bright green colors name but that is a great one for brown eyes (my mom has brown eyes and loves it can be sheer or saturated depending on how you apply), love collie (brow bone, love this color with mutt), chihuahua (goes on sheer and is great under brow bone/can be applied more intensely...love this color with the green or purple)
answered 8 years ago
quesoluvr
[ Bethlehem, PA ]
answer 6
The liner brush for the Buxom Lashliner is really a fine line brush. I have the BM liner brush and it is a lot thicker. I think you will be very happy with this liner and brush. I have used BM eyeliner for years and I am using the Buxom Lashliner w/brush and LOVE it. Go for it and you will be glad you did.
answered 8 years, 1 month ago
girly16
[ Morristown, TN ]
Question
Brush?
Is there a brush included with this? I just received it by mail, and I feel the box is to big for the liner only. Like something was missing...Might be a stupid question but, as I bought in online, I want to be sure.
asked 7 years, 4 months ago
jesszzz
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
nope, no brush. It should come with a brush though! i had the same problem
answered 6 years, 7 months ago
gnf128
[ Yonkers, NY ]
answer 2
No, it doesn't come with a brush. I use Smashbox's eyeliner brush with the bent head. It works great!
answered 6 years, 8 months ago
demogirl
[ La Mirada, CA ]
answer 3
No. They do not include a brush with this product. It comes in a cute silver box that holds a product brochure that tells you about Buxom, and your eyeliner but overall is way too small to hold a quality brush.
answered 6 years, 9 months ago
shyuehwa
[ Cleveland, OH ]
answer 4
No, they don't come with a brush the boxes are just big with a lot of extra space.
answered 6 years, 9 months ago
Jenn1988
[ Gainesville, Fl ]
answer 5
Nope. No brush... I was lucky enough to have eyeliner brushes from other products.
answered 7 years, 3 months ago
lmmom
[ San Diego, CA ]
answer 6
No, it does not. The box is just a strange shape.
answered 7 years, 4 months ago
beckersd
Question
How do you apply this? Does it come with a brush?
asked 6 years, 9 months ago
princess829
[ Bronx, NY ]
on Lashliner
6 answers
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answer 1
It does not come with a brush.

I use it as a "tight liner". I apply it with a straight edged, stiff brush.
answered 6 years, 5 months ago
rdarec
answer 2
it does not come with a brush, but it should! Use a liner brush (super thin 'pointy' brush) smoths right on
answered 6 years, 7 months ago
gnf128
[ Yonkers, NY ]
answer 3
No, the brush is sold separatly for an additional price of $15. Not worth it.
answered 6 years, 7 months ago
TerryBaby
answer 4
You apply with a brush. I use a Smashbox brush with a bent head which makes it very easy to apply!
answered 6 years, 8 months ago
demogirl
[ La Mirada, CA ]
answer 5
It doesn't come with a brush :(. You need to get one-- but Sephora has plenty available at good prices, and the product is really good. I don't think _any_ of the cream liners come with a brush.
answered 6 years, 8 months ago
lmmom
[ San Diego, CA ]
answer 6
No brush, but I use a plain old eyeliner brush, and it works just fine.
answered 6 years, 9 months ago
nana
[ west nyack ]
Question
Brushes?
Do you have to use the special BE brush for this to work? Anyone used their own brushes?
asked 9 years, 8 months ago
cortney
[ St. Louis, MO ]
on Lashliner
5 answers
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answer 1
nope, any liner brush will do
answered 6 years, 7 months ago
gnf128
[ Yonkers, NY ]
answer 2
I use a brush that came with a Smashbox kit. Works fine.
answered 6 years, 8 months ago
lmmom
[ San Diego, CA ]
answer 3
I use a brush i gt from a Laura Mercier powder eyeliner kit. I love that brush but hate that powder liner. The brush works fantastic because you basically can't mess the liner up. Very easy with that brush.
answered 9 years, 5 months ago
britt8baby
[ Pittsburgh, PA ]
answer 4
use which ever brush you want...very user friendly!!
answered 9 years, 5 months ago
lynn907
[ GALLATIN, TN ]
answer 5
Yes, you need to use the BE liner brush. It's perfect because it's got short bristles and cut flat so it makes the perfect line.
answered 9 years, 8 months ago
LeaP3
[ Bremerton, WA ]
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