Wowza! Benefit they’re real mascara

I don’t know why it took me so long to try Benefit they’re real mascara, I love most everything they make. I received a little trial size from Sephora and let me tell you this is one eye popping mascara. The brush has lots of bristles that make full coverage a cinch. The formula makes my eyelashes look so long and it adds thickness without clumping.

Keep reading to see what a difference one coat makes.

You can see from the photo below even without any other eye makeup the mascara really opens my eyes up.  Just one coat was enough to coat all my lashes and add major length. The best part is, the mascara lasts all day without any flaking or fading. If you are looking for a new mascara that will make your eyes pop, be sure to check out Benefit they’re real!

 

 

Benefit they’re real! mascara beyond mascara $23.00
They’re real! lengthens, curls, volumizes, lifts & separates. Our jet black, long-wearing formula won’t smudge or dry out. A specially designed brush reveals lashes you never knew you had!
What else you need to know:
94% saw dramatic length & volume*
90% saw base-to-tip curl*
94% saw visible lift*
100% saw long-wearing results*
*Results observed in a consumer panel survey

Who else loves it!
Star Beauty Awards, best mascara 2012
Teen Vogue Beauty Awards, editors’ pick for best mascara 2012
Cosmopolitan, UK, Cosmo’s 10 Best Mascaras 2012
Power List, Glamour UK, [Best] Lash Lifter 2012

How to apply
Position wand horizontally & wiggle brush from side to side, base to tip, to achieve maximum volume, length & lift. Hold wand vertically & stroke upward to curl & separate. Layer generously as desired.

Details
8.5 g Net wt. 0.3 oz.

Beauty tip
Want a big, doe-eyed look? Fan corner lashes outward with the custom-domed tip. The precision bristles make it easy!


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