Some small differences but similar overall.
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*Neither brand is certified cruelty-free. Makeup Maven, Kristin, says: Both of these mascaras gave me similar results - long, long lashes that didn't clump up but without a lot of volume at the bottom of my lashline. Both of these products are lightweight (the Benefit is VERY light) and have a formula that is almost wet looking. The result gives you separated lashes, nothing spidery or flaky. The packaging here is similar, with plastic wands with very short bristles, although the Maybelline wand has a bit of an angle to it allowing you to really coat each lash along the curve of your eyelid. Both of these wore well throughout the day and didn't flake off, but I will say that I found the Maybelline mascara quite difficult to remove. I think these formulas are really comparable, and there is no reason to purchase a $25 mascara from Benefit when the Maybelline is a fraction of the price.
Can’t wait to try the Maybelline!!!
This is such a great comparison. I cannot wait to try the Maybelline!
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