Benefit Roller Lash vs Lancome Ôscillation Mascara, which one wins at the end?
There are a ton of mascaras to choose from and the only way to find which ones work for you is by narrowing it down by the look you’re trying to achieve and finding mascaras that help you achieve it. Most of the time I use my mascara by Too Faced that gives me thicker lashes but other times I go for a lighter lengthier look. Benefit Cosmetics launched the Roller Lash Mascara last month with a social media campaign that you couldn’t miss.
Product Face Off
Round 1 – Price
Benefit Roller Lash $29
Lancome Ôscillation $39.50
Round 2 – Product/Results
Roller Lash Facts:
This mascara is inspired by hair rollers and gives you curled long lashes for a wide-eyed look. The brush has a patent-pending Hook ‘n’ Roll™ brush. They’re tiny little hooks that catch, lift and curl all lashes. Even the shortest and straight lashes. The curling effect from this mascara is good enough to replace your eyelash curler.
This mascara has a vibrating wand to help lift, lengthen and give volume to lashes. This vibrating mascara provides 7,000 oscillations per minute! Pretty cool if you ask me, but doesn’t stop me from still moving my hand to apply the mascara. (I can’t help it!) I love that it doesn’t have parabens, sulfates and phthalates. Also free of synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes, and triclosan. Which means it’s great for contact wearers or sensitive eyes.
Round 3 – Wear
You can see below that length is mediocre and volume is non existent. I did three coats and this is what I got. I found the vibrations don’t really do much. Instead, it started to get a bit clumpy close to the base of my lashes.
Benefit Roller Lash:
Below image shows lots of volume, length and a bit of lift or curl midway. This is with two coats. No clumps.
Roller Lash! Great price comparatively, true to its facts and winning results.
Have you tried the Roller Lash or the Lancome Ôscillation mascara? Which do you prefer? Comment below 🙂