Benefit Roller Lash – Why didn’t I try it sooner?

Hello beauties,

In today’s post, I decided to talk about a mascara that’s not new, but as they say, ‘it’s not important to be late to the party, the important is that you are there”.

And like you read in the title, I’m talking about the Benefit Roller Lash…

A few years ago, when this mascara, was launched, I remember seeing YouTuber’s such as Laura Lee or Jeffree Star praising how good this mascara was. At the time, when I saw the brush, I didn’t like the hook design/position, because I always was drawn to fluffy, big brushes. But…I have to say that I tried this mascara last week, and now I understand perfectly why every person loves it!

What it says:

  • Hook ‘n’ Roll™ brush
  • Grabs, separates, lifts, curls
  • Curve-setting formula holds for 12 hours

‘It’s a roller for lashes! The eye-opening Hook ‘n’ Roll™ brush grabs, separates, lifts and curls…while the instant curve-setting formula holds for 12 hours. Contains provitamin B5 and serin, ingredients known for their lash-conditioning benefits. Available in two stunning shades, original ink black or brown.’ (Benefit cosmetics)

I like it, a lot! The brush grabs the exact amount of necessary product, and it catches every lash but also lifts and curls them beautifully. The lashes look so elongated that almost appear that I am using false lashes! And if I’m a fan of how my upper lashes look, then I’m a super fan when it comes to the lower lashes. They look so good when I apply this mascara they stay separated, elongated, and don’t look clumpy (at all)!

The black pigment is there, and it’s evident when you look at the photos of the before/after:

I know that every day, we are bombarded with new mascaras in the market, but if you never tried the Roller Lash and you are looking for a new mascara, then give it a chance because I think you will not regret it.

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