Thursday, 19 February 2015

Benefit Roller Lash Mascara

Benefit Roller Lash Mascara Packaging

Benefit Roller Lash Mascara Brush & Packaging
Benefit Roller Lash Mascara Before & After Results

With this month's ELLE magazine I received a free sample of the highly anticipated Benefit Roller Lash. Considering They're Real! is the UK's No1 Best Selling Mascara, Benefit certainly had a lot to live up to with this launch.

It's claimed to create instant curl, with the curve setting formula lasting up to 12 hours and  I can confirm, it does what is says on the tin, as they say and well you can judge for yourselves from the before and after photo..

The packaging is just fabulous of course, I wouldn't expect any less as Benefit always have such lovely packaged collections and I'm a sucker for anything appealing to the eye. With the full size mascara, it's lid is rubber coated to create the illusion of a curling roller - so retro glamour. 

The curved "Hook 'n' Roll" brush is perfect and makes it super easy to reach every lash and create the maximum impact. I just love the rubber comb style mascara brushes and would never go back to any other style, so I was thrilled that Roller Lash was this type of brush. It's so lightweight and doesn't feel at all crispy or heavy on the eyes which is just the best thing, there's nothing worse than revolting feeling eyes. It has it's similarities to They're Real which is an added bonus if you're a lover of that too, I wouldn't say there's much difference between them both however I would probably swerve towards Roller Lash if I had to make a decision. Overall, it most definitely creates a noticeable difference in terms of curling and lengthening and I one hundred percent consider myself a fan. 

Bravo Benefit, you've done it again. 

*Heads to Benefit to buy the full size* 

Roller Lash is available at retailing at £19.50.  


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