Benefit Roller Lash Mascara|Review

 Benefit never fails with the cute and retro packaging of their products, not to mention their quality. I purchased the deluxe sample size to test out however I actually like these smaller sizes of mascara because the shorter wands are easier to control. I love trying new mascaras so let’s see if this can help my stick straight lashes!  
The product: This is the Roller Lash Mascara ($24 full size, $12 sample) it comes in a unique 60s’ mod looking  packaging with a curved brush and short rubber bristles. As the website states: 

It’s a roller for the lashes! The eye-opening Hook n Roll brush grabs, separates, lifts and curls… while the instant curve setting formula holds for 12 hrs.


Application: I applied this to one eye without using an eyelash curler as this is supposed to do that for you. It instantly lengthened, separated, and curled my lashes. With just 1-2 coats it gives a more than natural look and with 2-3 coats it gives you a voluminous, dramatic falsies look. Even better when you use an eyelash curler. I’m very pleased with this mascara I can see this quickly becoming my favorite! 

  (With no eyelash curler used and 1-2 coats of mascara)

 (With an eyelash curler, 1 coat than 2-3 coats of mascara) 

🌷 As with any mascara no matter the claims, the more coats you apply it will clump. Even so, Roller Lash is worth the try because it as you can see from the pics, it does an amazing job with giving you natural falsies!

Thanks for reading!


4 thoughts on “Benefit Roller Lash Mascara|Review

  1. Thanks for the review! It’s the first time I really notice the difference that mascara makes in pictures – other people’s pictures are usually not this ‘informative’! ❤

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