Benefit 3 Piece Mascara Masters Collection

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Get ready to flutter your lashes in joy at this trio of Benefit mascaras including the volumising BadGal Bang, curling Rollerlash, and lengthening They're Real; all formulated to provide you with bigger, bolder-looking lashes that will last all day (or night) long. Mix and match these mascaras depending on the make-up look you're going for; you can't go wrong no matter which one you choose.

Don't make us choose - it's too hard to pick a favourite from this trio. For longer-looking lashes in seconds, opt for They’re Real, for super-curled lashes brush on Roller Lash, and for more volumised lashes give BadGal Bang a go. You can also try layering them to get the best of both worlds.

Full-size treats - all of these mascaras are in a full size, so you don't need to worry about running out anytime soon.

  • 1 x BadGal Bang (8.5g) in Black - features a big impact brush with 360 degree reach. Contains innovative aero-particles to help add the appearance of layers of volume without weighing your lashes down
  • 1 x Rollerlash Mascara (8.5g) in Black - grabs, separates, lifts and curls, with a curve-setting formula that holds for up to 12 hours. Contains provitamin B5 and serin
  • 1 x They’re Real Mascara (8.5g)in Black - a high-pigment, jet-black formula with a specially-designed brush that lengthens, curls, volumises, lifts and separates the look of your lashes

How to apply:
  • Hold the wand horizontally and give the brush a wiggle from side to side, base to tip, to achieve maximum volume, length and lift
  • Hold the wand vertically and stroke upward to curl and separate
  • Layer generously as you wish
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