Saturday, 7 February 2015

Benefit Roller Lash - First Impressions!





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When I saw that the latest edition of Elle Magazine had a sample of the newest Benefit mascara I could not resit to grab it too. I am pretty fussy when it comes to a mascara therefore I don't tend to get drawn away from what I know, I cant actually remember when I brought a different mascara. As this was free with the magazine I thought it was a perfect way to try something new and as benefit is on the more pricey side I knew I wasn't going to be wasting money if I didn't end up liking it.

The new mascara is called the Roller Lash Mascara and I don't think it has actually been released in stores yet. The wand is really interesting it is a plastic curved shaped wand with different lengths of comb all the way around. I am not usually a fan of the plastic ends as I have longish eyelashes they tend to get really clumpy and apply too much product. I have to say though I have been quite surprised using this. It didn't apply too much product at once and I was able to brush through the lashes a couple of times without getting all clumped up. I like to use the longest side for the top lashes as I find it really fans and separates them out. I then use the shorter bristles to comb through the bottom lashes as I can get right to the edge and the little lashes without product transferring onto the skin.

I found it dried really quickly and it is really comfortable to wear. I know that the They're Real mascara is so popular however I find that quite uncomfortable and irritating during the day but I have had no problems with this at all. I am overall really impressed and the shape of the wand does help you get the best result from the mascara. It would be great for people with short and long lashes it makes them look longer and thicker and lasts all day with no topping up.

have you tried it yet?

Zoe x 


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