Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara vs. Benefit BADgal BANG! Volumizing Mascara

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*Essence is certified cruelty-free according to Cruelty-Free Kitty but Benefit is NOT. Makeup Maven, Kristin, says: These two mascaras are certainly both favorites of a lot of people, but I didn't find them to be a similar product. The Benefit mascara has a VERY lightweight, wet formula, almost making the tube feel empty even when opened for the first time. The mascara goes on smoothly and gives you very lengthened, black lashes. The formula is very 'sleek' and keeps your lashes from clumping up, although it doesn't provide a lot of volume for your lashes at all. The Essence mascara basically provides the opposite - it gives you a more volumized, curled, fluffier lash that isn't as long or as dark. While the Essence is a nice, very afforadable option, it isn't a dupe for the Benefit.

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