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Beauty Fans Can't Get Enough Of Benefit's Roller Lash Mascara

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Beauty Fans Can't Get Enough Of Benefit's Roller Lash Mascara

At Pretty52 we're all for multi-tasking make-up that cuts minutes off our everyday routines. And beauty fans are currently raving over a mascara which lifts your lashes without the need for an eyelash curler.

The Benefit roller lash mascara is being hailed as a lash lifting miracle, and the product has garnered hundreds of glowing reviews online following its launch in 2015.

With the combination of Hook 'n' Roll brush and a curve-setting formula, lashes are supposedly 'separated, lifted and curled'.

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The formula, which contains lash-conditioning ingredients like B5 and serin, also promises to last for 12 hours (unlike your lash curler which work for less than five minutes).

"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," reads Benefit's product description. "Contains provitamin B5 and serin, ingredients known for their lash-conditioning benefits."

The roller lash comes in either inky black or brown, both in a satin finish, and is priced at £22 from Benefit, online and in stockists.

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And if the results and reviews are anything to go by, this mascara is pretty mega.

Leaving a five star review on Benefit, one person gushed: "This is my favourite mid-high end mascara! It really lengthens & curls my lashes & is very buildable. I find one coat is perfect for an everyday natural look & if I want to amp it up I use 2-3 coats. It doesn't get clumpy - it builds really well."

"Held curl for the whole day, no flaking or smudging," praised somebody else.

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Echoing the above sentiment, another added: "The Roller Lash mascara has a great formula that is not clumpy, does not smudge and is long-lasting.

"It makes lashes look longer and the well-designed wand curls and lengthens lashes, making them longer after the mascara is easily removed."

The product has an average rating of 4 stars on Benefit's website, although some leaving reviews explained that they found the formula smudged.

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Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Benefit

Topics: Hair and Beauty

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