BENEFIT

Roller Lash Mascara

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ESSENCE

Super Curl Volume Mascara Eye-Opening

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Similarity Rating: 87%

Some small differences but similar overall.

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*According to Ethical Elephant, Essence is cruelty-free but Benefit is NOT. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Benefit Roller Lash is $25 for .3 oz while Essence Super Curl is $4.99 for .28 oz. I found the Essence mascara is AWESOME. I feel it has a similar style wand as the Roller Lash and the same look. It was extremely hard to tell them apart. Both brands wore well with no smudging or flaking through out the day. Save your money! Buy Essence!

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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I love benefit roller lash but not the price! Cannot wait to try out essence.

12/05/2019

I love benefit roller lash but not the price! Cannot wait to try out essence.

12/05/2019

I love benefit roller lash but not the price! Cannot wait to try out essence.

12/05/2019
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