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Saturday, 25 June 2016

Benefit Roller Lash


A few months ago I purchased what is said to be the #1 mascara of the moment, Benefit RollerLash. With good ratings from every corner of the globe I had to give this a try so thought it was about time I gave it a review.
So.. is it good?? YES, definitely!! It makes your lashes look longer, more curled and more voluminous with just one coat. Then with another, and another, and another coat.. they just don't clump! It still turns out looking gorgeous!
From previously using Urban Decays Perversion Mascara, one I adored for the first couple applications but grew to hate! - this was a giant improvement.
With no fall out from the mascara crumbling over time this is defo a mascara i'm going to stick to for a while.
So, does it do what it claims to? Well it definitely lifts and makes my lashes more curved than they would be without, this making my eyes appear more open and makes me look so much more awake, what not to love?!

With a curved small brush you can get in all the little bits of your eye, without making a mess over your eyeshadow and f***ing the base up completely haha! This brush completely separates all your lashes, and makes it look like you have so many more than you do in reality! Here are my results from this gorgeous mascara...
No mascara..
One coat..
Three coats!
This mascara does wonders for my lashes and is one I can see myself using for a long long time! A definite repurchase!! Would recommend to everyone to try this out!

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2 comments

  1. Nice review, love the mascara. Great work there, thanks for sharing.

    Osiarah xx

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  2. Hiya, I've nominated you for the Liebster award because i've been loving your blog lately. You can check out the post here: http://mollylouisaa.blogspot.co.uk/2016/07/liebster-award.html
    :) xx

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