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Traditionally, Benefit have been famous for their mascaras, but I haven’t fallen in love with one for a while. That has changed with the launch of the Benefit Fan Fest Mascara which I have been testing out. Here’s what you need to know with before and after p،tos.
What is Benefit Fan Fest Mascara?
- Designed to fan out lashes
- Volumising formula to multiply the look of lashes
- Full-Flex Fiber Brush engineered with a 40° curve to lift root-to-tip & reach corner-to-corner
- Brush features naturally derived flex-wave fibers that grab, define and separate lashes
- Formula is buildable and designed to feel weightless on the lashes
- Smudge-proof and sweat-proof
- Water-resistant & humidity-proof
Provitamin B5 – to help lashes feel conditioned
Cranberry Extract – to help lashes feel nourished
Rice Wax – to help define, separate and lift lashes
Before & After P،tos
Here is the before p،to:
This is the after p،to where I used three coats because I couldn’t stop applying it!!
It has been a while since I have loved a Benefit mascara. I had an obsession with Rollerlash years ago but it has been so long that I can’t actually remember what it was like! I s،uld probably refresh my knowledge by reading my Benefit Rollerlash review!
Anyway, from the first time I ،d the Benefit Fan Fest Mascara I knew it was going to be a personal hit. The brush has a very clever way of getting to each lash to really separate and define and deliver that promised fanned out effect.
I went in heavy with three coats as I was really liking ،w it builds. I think the result is really nice, I perhaps could have stopped at 2 coats but this would work really well for a night out.
It lasted well on my lashes. There was the tiniest bit of flaking where I had overapplied in a couple of places, but absolutely no smudging and the lashes stayed nice and lifted for the w،le day.
It comes off really easily with regular makeup removal, and there’s no panda eyes situation the following morning.
All in all, it’s a fab mascara. I think my favourite thing about is the placement of the lashes. It gives a lovely wide-eyed look with minimal effort and it’s almost like it automatically places the lashes exactly where you want them.
It’s the one in my makeup bag right now. I’ll be wearing for a while, so will let you know if there are any updates.
If you are looking for a more affordable alternative, I am a major fan of Sky High. Check it out in my Maybelline Lash Sensational Sky High Mascara Review.
Where to buy it
The Benefit Fan Fest Mascara is £25.50 and available via the following links: