You may have heard about inika, the all organic, vegan and cruelty-free brand, if you haven’t don’t worry as you’ll get a little taste of what they’re about in this inika long lash mascara review. (obviously not literal taste, you know what I mean).
If you’re looking to lengthen and volumunize your beautiful lashes but with ‘100% plant-derived and natural ingredients‘ then please continue reading to find out if this, inika long lash mascara is your long-lost friend as well as my favourite features and the not so smashing side of this product in my opinion.
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Let’s start with the obvious one, packaging. I’m not sure how many of you consider packaging as important but I know I definitely do.
What I mean by packaging is how eco-friendly they are and other little things.
The design isn’t so important but is just an added bonus for me, knowing that I’m not going to keep a nicely designed packaging after I’m done, (or maybe I will) although there is a slight importance to it because it’s what kinda attracts you to pick up a product and buy it.
Okay where was I, oh yeah, the packaging of inika is great help to the environment as it’s recyclable as well as the plastic tube. YAY!
I don’t know why I feel happy when recycling instead of chucking it in the bin. The design of the box isn’t bad either, simple matte black with golden printing.
100% natural-does it help?
Obviously it being 100% natural, containing no harsh chemicals and synthetic preservatives makes it apparent your eyes are safe and will benefit from it but I want to address a little problem of my own which I think inika helped solve.
So basically, whenever normally I apply eye products like mascara my eyes start to water instantly but with inika that was only a tinie tiny problem, in other words no problemo!
Inika does state that it’s suitable for ‘sensitive eyes’ thanks to the natural ingredients so that’s probably why.
As I mentioned above the ingredients are quite impressive. They are one of the main reasons why I decided to give this item a try.
Inika’s ingredients include a wax called carnauba which boosts volume and lengths as well as vitamin E from magnolia bark extract which softens and protects your lashes which I definitely need and maybe you do too!
Clump-free and how long-wearing?
You know when you wear some mascaras and then after a while you look to see your lashes have sticked together or clumps have formed, well you’d be pleased to know this mascara did a great job of keeping my lashes clump-free.
As for the lastage, that too was quite impressive lasting at least 7 hours probably longer if I hadn’t took it off.
Length and volume
You’re probably wanting to know this as this products main purpose after all is to achieve long lashes.
Well for me already having medium to long lashes I can still confirm that the outcome was noticeable.
Overall, the inika mascara is great for both long and short lashes, especially short lashes as the results are more obvious. They really do elongate the lashes!
I really liked the brush because it coated my individual lashes and untangled most of them as having long lashes often they get all messy and tangled.
The reason why I said most but not all is because beforehand I had to curl them to make them more manageable and straighter, making it easier for the mascara brush to untangle.
The thing which I didn’t really like is it became a little harder to take off and was a little clingy at the end.
But above all I’d buy this mascara again due to the large amount of benefits and the positive results. You can get this mascara in two colours, black and brown.
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Thanks for reading and as usual if you have any problems drop then down below in the comment section, and I’ll get back to them!
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I think the choice of Mascara to use is an important one, after all our eyes need to be looked after. A vegan mascara is a new one on me. I like it when they separate the lashes and make them look longer. I also have long lashes like you and that can be a problem. If the effect is as good as you say, then i’m very tempted to give it a try. Thanks for the recommendation.
It’s ok you are welcome! Are eyes certainly are precious and delicate.
I love a mascara that fans out the lashes, it’s beautiful.
Let me know how it went if you give it a go!
I have not come across Inika before, so it was interesting to discover this vegan, cruelty-free and organic brand of make-up. Finding a mascara that is 100% plant-derived and made with natural ingredients, is not easy.
So to find that there is a mascara made with natural ingredients, that are suitable for sensitive eyes, and also long-lasting, is awesome. With sensitive eyes, I will be giving this Inika mascara a try.
I have the same problem with most types of eye products causing my eyes to burn or tear up. I am hoping Inika will work as well for me as it has for you, but having all natural ingredients, I can imagine it shouldn’t cause problems for sensitive eyes. I also like the fact that it has carnauba which helps the lashes to look longer, as the older I am getting, it seems the shorter my lashes seem to be getting.
Thanks for this recommendation, and I am definitely going to give it a try.
Hey Michel thanks for the comment!
Hopefully you too will have a pleasant experience and help your lashes too as the inika does seem to be gentle with sensitive eyes probably due to the addition of natural ingredients.
Have a great day!
I think I’ve seen this make-up tool but I just couldn’t figure out how it’s being used. So many at times I get confused differentiating among these ladies make-up kits. So much for looking beautiful and I must say I appreciate every effort a woman puts in to look beautiful.
Thank you for your review of this product. I found it to be very informative.
With the world of beauty becoming more and more vegan-friendly, I was excited to discover Inika’s plant-derived mascara that blends natural ingredients into an organic formula. It promises longwear for those with sensitive eyes – a combination difficult to come by! As someone who lives with easily irritated eyes, this cruelty free brand will be put through its paces soon enough; here’s hoping it passes my review test in flying colors!
I think my fiance would be interested in make up like this. Do you know much about make up products using bad toxic ingredients that arent good for humans skin? It seems like alot of popular and expensive make up are made from the worst ingredients and people dont realize they are consuming that stuff on there faces causing long term harm. Do you promote make up with organic ingredients and natural products? Thanks
Hey Korey thanks for stopping by!
As for your question regarding toxic ingredients and organic products, you can check out these makeup brands that use totally natural and organic materials by tapping here!
Have a great day!